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INDEX OF ADVERTISERS. 



A. 


H'ss Thomas D. 


10 


Armstrong James, 
B. 
Balto. Life Insurance Co. 


. 19 Hodgkinson John, 


. 81 


29 . 


V m 

Jacohsen II. G. 


28 


Bandel William, . 


. 27 Jamison Joseph, . 


. 6 


Barnes P. & Co. 


8 . 


fanvier Thomas, 


30 


Baxter A. T. 


.32. 


Jorden John M. . 


. 18 


Bayless James P. 


. 2 


K. 




Bridges William, 


. 24 


Kipp John, 


1 


Brown J. Harman, 


. 22 


L. 




Brown D. . . 


. IS 


Lee William, . 


. 18 


Browninoj R. 


. 19 


M. 




Buck & Porter, 


4 


Mason Richard C. . 


11 


Byrne James P. . 


. 16 


Maxwell JohnW. 


. 14 


C. 




McDowell George H. 


16 


Carr Henry, 


. 17 


McJilton J. Frye, 


. 10 


Carter Robert, 


. 12 


McPherson & Co. . 


23 


Cobrirn Jarnes, . 


. 23 


Morrison's Pills, 


15 


Courtols Amand, . 


. 3 


O. 




Cozine A. V. & Co. . 


2 


Oshourn J. F. & Co. . 


. 22 


Crane W. & Co. . 


. 9 


P. 




Crook Joseph, Jr. . 


1 


Palmer P. & Co. 


27 


D. 




Phoenix Shot Tower. . 


. 32 


Daffin Benjamin, 


. 21 


Potter John, Jr. . 


. 2 


Daniels Walter & Co. . 


. 23 


pope & Needles, 


31 


Denison, Conain,& Co 


. 24 


Price Augustus M. 


. 21 


Dorman Thomas, . 


. 16 


R. 




E. 




Randall John K. 


3 


Egenton & Morris, 


. 17 


Ridgaway William, 


. 3 


Eichelberaer George S. 


. 25 


Ridijely Noah, . 


5 


Elder Francis S. 


» 7 


Robinson's Institute . 


. 20 


F. 




Ruckle & Vansant . 


12 


Firemen's Insurance Co. 


26 


S. 




Foxcroft &. Clark, 


. 16 


Simms Joseph, . 


8 


French John C. 


. 30 


Sliver & Faringer. 


. 17 


Fryer Elijah S. . 


. 27 


Smitfi Andrew, 


5 


Fulton Thomas H. . 


7 


Spear, Mudge, & Co. . 


. 13 


G. 




Sutton J as. L. & R. Hall, 


5 


Gade John, 


. IC 


T. 




Gardiner Francis, 


. 28 


Tavlor John J. 


2S 


George James B. » 


c 


> Thomas, & Mills,. 


. 19 


Gray Henry W. . 


. 2£ 


> Thompson Wm. & Co. . 


14 


Gray James, . 


1 


Titlle Jeremiah, . 


. 2S 


Green Wm.H. . 


. 1( 


) Towson William, . 


34 


H. 




W. 




Hartman Isaac, 


^ 


1 Walsh Thomas, 


2f 


Hasson &. Hanlan, 


. 1 


^WatkinsA.W. . 


. « 


Hays Simeon, . 


i 


i White John & Son, . 


2< 


Hay ward &^ Friend, 


. 


5 Wnitson David, . 


. ' 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JOSEPH CROOK9 Jr. 

78ft BALTIMORE SREET, 

Between South and Calvert, 

IMPORTER OF 

UPHOLSTERY GOODS AND PAPER HANGINGS. 

Has in Store, and offers for Sale, on pleasing terms, Wholesale 
and Retail, a large and extensive assortment of 

GOODS IN THE ABOVE LINE. 



JAMES GRAY, 

No. 33, South Calvert street 

Keeps constantly on hand at his 

A general assortment of 

Thomsonian and W»otamc JfTedicines, 

At Wholesale and Retail prices. — Dealers in those articles ^re in- 
vited to call. 



Keeps all kinds of 

MOROCCO AND FANCY LEATHER, 

Buckskins, Binding Skins, Boot Cords, Boot Web, Braids, 
Galloons, Chaise^ kc. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



A. V. coziins & CO. 

J\o. 22, Harrison Street, near Marsh Market space. 

AND DEALER IN LEATHER. OIL. &C. 

Offers for sale: Black and Colored Morocco, Coach Linings. 
Book Binders' and Hatters' Leather, &c. of tlie very best quality. 



JAMES. P. BAYLESS, 

Tanner and Currier, 

MANUPACTUBER OV 

Slaughtered Hide, Sole Leather and Calf Shins, 

NO. 1, CHEAPSIDE 

N. B. Patent Currying Knives, and Patent Bark Mills, constanily 
on hand for sale. 



TX27 ASffB rnSET ZB.OE7 'WOTLSLHTL, 

S. W, corner of Calvert and Water StreetSy 

Offers for Sale, Wholesale and Retail, a general and extensive as 
sortment of 

TIN WARE OF EYERY DESCRIPTION, 

at the lowest prices. — Also, 

Iron (Hollow ware) Castings, 

of various capacities. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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AKD AQENT FOR THE 

CHARLESTOX .AJVD S^VAJS^J^TAH 
Line of Packets, 

No. 104. Smith's Wharf. 



Distiller and Rectifier^ 

Corner of Second street and TripoleWs alley, 

cS'All kinds of Cordial, Cherry Bounce, Brandy, Gin, Wine Bit- 
ters, Colourin;^ for Liquors, &c. &c. constantly for sale. 



WIImImIAM, rxdgaway, 

JVo. 52, Market Space, corner of Water Street, 
Has constantly on hand a general assortment of 

C\otV\s, Cass'imeres and VesUngs, 

Which he will make up in the most approved style at the shortest 
notice. Also an extensive assortment of 

READY mADE CLOTHINO, 

S'Mfable for all climates, Wholesale and Rft»" » 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MERCHANT TAILOR, 

NO. 3, SOUTH GAY STREET, 

Thankful for past favours, solicits a continuance. He is deter- 
mined to exert himself to please ail who may favour him with;, 
heir custom. 



SIMEOir BATS, 

Respectfully annonnces that he has opened his establishment in 

One doorfrwn, Light, in the vicinity of Beltzhoover*t Hotel, 

Where he is prepared to furnish every delicacy of the season in 
the best style. 

Private Parties furnished with handsome rooms. 

JNeat and comfortable Chambers for transient lodgers. 

Travellers ivill find every attention and convenience. 

BUCK & PORTER, 

Importers of Hardware, 

Manufacturers of 
and dealers in 

IRON'STEEL,SHOVELS,SPADES,GASTiNGS,&C 

JVo. 33, Pratt Street. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



HAYWARD Sc FRIEND, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

7. MOORZS'S PATEZO'T 

NO. 19, LIGHT STREET. CORNER OF MERCER. 

All kinds of Sheet Iron, Copper and Tin w^ork done to order. 




Tobacco, Segar and Snnfi' IXTarehonse, 

Wholesale and Retail, No. 22, Howard Street, 



JAMES L. SUTTON & R. HALL, 

DRAPERS Ain> TAIXiORS, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Office of the Baltimore 



3 

JVo. 38, JVorth Frederick Street^ 

The Baltimore Gun Powder Company have constantly on hand 
and are continuing to manufacture 

OF THE VARIOUS SORTS. 

Which they respectfully offer to Merchants, Shippers, Contract- 
ors upon Public Works, and dealers fjeneraily, at very reduced 
prices. Orders received at the Office, North Frederick Street, 
and promptly attended to. It will he put up in kegs or canisters, 
and delivered free of expense to any part of the city. 

JOSEFH JAZKEZSOSr, President 
Baltimore Gun Powder Company. 



So justly celebrated in all parts of the U. States, for many years. 

PREPARED AND SOLD BY THE SOLE PROPRIETOE 

ZffOAH RID^EIi'Sr, Baltimore. 

Lee's Famous Anti-Bilious Pills, for the prevention and cure of 

Bilious Fevers, &c. 
Lee's Elixir, for violent Colds, Coughs, &,c. 
Lee's Infallible Ague and Fever Drops, warranted to cure. 
Lee's Worm-destioying Lozenges. 

Lee's Itch Ointment, warranted to cure by one application, with- 
out mercury. 
Lee's Nervous Cordial, grand restorative for nervous disorders, 

inward weakness, &c. 
Lee's Indian Vegetable Specific, for the Venereal. 
Lee's Persian Lotion, for tetters and irruptions. 
Lee's essence and extract of Mustard, for the Rheumatism, Sac. 
Lee's Eye Water. Lee's Tooth-ache drops. Lee's damask Lip 
Salve. Lee's Corn Plaster. Lee's Anodyne Elixir, for 
the cure of Head-aches. Lee's Tooth powder. 
Country merchants and all others by applying to the proprietor 
N. E. corner of German and Howard Streets, 
Can obtain them on such liberal terms as will insure them a larflre 
profit. Q^Caution. — None are genuine Tvithout the makers 
name to them, "Noah Ptidgely, late Michael Lee 3c Co. 

Hundreds of cases of cures performed by the above truly valu- 
able medicines, could be given, did our limits permit. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



BLACKSMITH & WHEELWRIGHT, 

Corner of Columbia and Paca Streets, 

Near 3 Tuns Tavern, where he is prepared to furnish 

€ar(s5 l¥ag^ons5 D&'ays &> Jjlsht Carriag^es. 
FRANCIS S. X3X.D1SR, 

Manufactory, IVholesale and Retail* 

THREE DOORS NORTH OF LOMBARD. 

WADDING MANUFACTORY. 



SSTo. 149, FREZirCH STB.SBT, 

lu front of the City Cotton Factory, 

Informs his friends and tlie public in genera!, that he continues to 
manufacture of the best materials, both 

WHITE & BLACK COTTON WADDING. 

H is prepared to keep a constant supply of the above article al- 
ways on hand, and would respeclfMliy invite Dealers and others 
to give him a call, as he is determined to sell as low as it can he 
procured in this market, and of a better manvfacture. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 

4. 



BRASS AND WOOD CLOCKS. 



i>. BARNES & CO. 

Keep a constant supply of Brass and Wood Clocks, Wholesale 
and Retail, which they will dispose of on ihe most pleasing terms. 

JOSEPH SinilllS'S 

BALTIMORE 
WARE MAXUFACTOnr, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

S. E. Corner of Light and Lombard Streets. 
NEW AND CHEAP 

BOOT AND SHOZS FACTORY. 



Ac- Wo WA^EmS, 

Respectfully informs his friends and the public generally, that he hut 
commenced the Boot and Shoe making business in GERMAN STREET, 
No. -2, between Hanover^and Sharp, where he intends keeping on hand 
and making to order work at the following prices, for cash. 

Gentlemen's CALF SKIN BOOTS, • . $4.00 

do SEAL SKIN do . - . 4.00 

do MOROCCO do . . 4.00 

For Footing Boots, . . . . 3.00 

Gentlemen's NULLIFIERS, . .2,00 

do JACK DOWNINGS, . . 2 00 

do LIGHT DRESS SHOES, . . .1.75 

Boys' Shoes of all descriptions made in the neatest and most durable 

manner, proportionably low. 

He flatters himself from his long experience in his line of business, he 
is fully prepared to meet the moderate expectations of those who may &- 
ror him with their cu8tom« aud respectfully requests a call. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 

■ ..A 



GROCERS 

AND 

COIOnSSZON MERCHANTS, 

Pratt Street, head of BowIy's^Wharf. 

W. CRANE & CO. 
Hide and Leather Dealers, 
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Corner of South and Water Streets. 

Connected with W. & J. C. Crane & Co. Richmond. 

References; 

G. Lee & Co.—JVew York. 
W. W. KY.Y.vr-Philadel'phia. 
Hewlett & Jones, —Baltimore. 

JJAMMS IB, ©MOIEO-Ii, 
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER, 

J^o. 46^ Centre Market Space, 

Has on hand, and intends keeping a good assortment of boots and 
shoes, both fine and course, of his own manufacture, with a good 
selection of Eastern make. Also, 

Trunks, Gaps and Blackingi 

Of which he will dispose of at the lowest prices for cash. 



10 ADVERTiSEMENTg. 



1^ ^^ 

NEW BOARDING HOVSZS, 

JVo. 37, Water Street, opposite Commerce^ 

(near page's hotel,) 

Is now open for the accommodation of permanent and transient 
Boarders. 

Announces to the public generally, that he continues the 

CABINET BUSINESS, 

In all its various branches, at 

ITo. 47, Pratt Street, 

Between Hanover and Sharp. 



la Jua 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STAPLE AND FANCY 

DRY GOODS STORE, 

tA^o. 51, JVort/i Howard Street, 

(4th. door above LEXINGTON.) 

He keeps constantly on hand a complete assortment of French, 
English and American Dry Goods, together with a large assort- 
ment of 

Straw and Leghorn Bonnets? 

Umbrellas and Parasols^ 

Which will be sold Wholesale or Retail upon the most accommo- 
datins terms. 



ADVERTISEMENT?. 



11 



Richard C. Mason's 

WHOLESALE AND KETAIL 
BISCUIT AND CRACKER 

JVo. 7&, F'rait Si. 

3d door E. qf South Si... Baltimore, 
Where is kept constantly on hand, 
a largo assortment of Bread.... viz. 
Pilot and Wary, TVater and 
Butter CiacitersJ also i^oda &. 
IVine Biscuit, Medford «fc Su- 
gar Craclters, all of wliicln 
are manufactured of the best Flour, 
and sold at as low rates as they can be 
purchased in this or any other city. 
Thv« subscriber returns his thanks 
to his friends and the public, for past 
favours, and most respectfully in- 
vites them to call and examine for 
^hemselves. 

R. C. MASON. 



WOOLEN DRAPERS & TAILORS, 

JVo. 41, Pratt Street 

('OPPOSITB THE AMERICAN HOTEL.) 

Richard Vansant, 
Nicholas D. Ruckle. 

SOIBEIEl' SJAIB'fflBK, 

PAPER MANUFACTURER, 

Ware Rooms — Xo. 37, Water St 

Paper of all kinds— Writing, Printing and Wrapping. 
Bonnet, Press, Box, Binders', and Trunk Boards. 
Blank Cards of various kinds. 
The liigiiest price given for Rags. Orders promptly executed. 

TaOMAS & MILLS, 

LUMBER MERCHANTS, 

Head of Union Dock, near Pratt St, BridgCy 

Respectfully inform their friends and Builders in general, that they 
have on hand a large assortment of every description of well sea- 
soned Lumber. 

Cabinet, Coach and Chair Makers, will fiad il their interest to 
call on us, as we have a general assortment of Lumber, suitable 
for their purposes. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 19 

DEAFi^ESS CURED. 



The Columbian Restoratives for Hearing, Prepared and Sold by 

Corner of Szeter and Salisbury Streets, 

Baltimore, Md. 

Havinff within six years p'JSt proved their curative effects in 
several hundred cases, he is desirous to give as general informa- 
tion to the afflicted as practicable, and tenders to those defective 
in hearing, a handbill containing Certificates of Cures affected, 
and attested by the then Mayor of the City, of their credibility, 
shewing them effectual, from infancy to persons eighty years of 
age. (see handbill.) All letters (post paid) will be promptly at- 
tended to, and if $5 enclosed, and case described, a package of 
5 vials, sealed, stamped D. B. and carelully put up will be sent 
as directed, and 25 per cent discount for cash, by the dozen 
packages allowed. 

Editors of newspapers copying this advertisement to the amount 
of $5 and sending a copy will entillelthem to a package of 5 vials, 
such as requested, labelled thus: A, where a variety of sounds. 
B, a sensation of fullness in the ears. A. and C, where a gath- 
ering, use A first. D, where a discharge of cannon or other 
severe noise. E, where a dryness of the ear. F, where nerves 
are weak, &c. &c. 



COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 



WUOLESALE DEALERS IN 



mK^s ^^^^h ^^'^h ^®» 

JVo. 21, South Charles Street. 



Otis Spear, ^ 

Abner B. Mudge, > 
Jacob F. Grove, ) 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 




MARBLE STONE CUTTER, 

Successor to Towson & Bell,) at the oltl established stand 

Lexington Street near Calvert, 

Having purchased their extensive stock of Marble Mantles, Sec. 
w- uld resj-cctrully inform their pat ons, his friends, and the pub- 
lic generally, that he continues the said business in all its varie- 
ies, and manufactures some of the neatest and most fashionable 
Mantles of American, Italian, Egyptian and Irish Marbles, in a 
superior style of workmanship and finish, embracing every variety 
of pattern and fashion. Likewise in addition to the purchased 
slock, he is now manufacturing of very superior marble, Head 
Stones, Tombs, Mantles, Monuments, &c. as well as every other 
article in said hne pertaining to house work and building, which 
he offers to the public on as fair and accommodating terms as any 
other manufacturer in this city. All orders in his line thankfully 
received, and neatly and promptly executed at the shortest notice. 



Take the liberty to inform Merchants "and Masters of every port, that they 
have opened 

A SHIPPING OFFICE, 

•f « J%*o. 27, Bond Street^ f. JR. 

Thejf will be thankful for a cM, and promise punctuality and faithfulaest. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 15 



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CLOCK AND IP\ m WATCH MAKERS, 



Respectfully invite their city and country friends to call at their 
oid stand, 

Where they repair all kinds of 

WATCHES AND JEWELRY. 

They keep constantly on hand an assortment of Gold 
and Silver Watches, Chains, Seals and Keys; Musical Boxes, 
Breast-pins and finder rings of all patterns. Also, 

Silver Table and Tea Spoons^ 

All of which wi'.l be sold on moderate terms. 
The highest price will be given for old Gold and Silver. 



MORRISON'S PXIiIiS. 



R. FEiVIVER, General Agent, 
JOHIV JUcKECHrVIE, Suto Agent, for 

CM/u)oU6ofv'6 ^iJcacta&fe iADnw^i^ (MADt^icme^j 

for the state of maryland, &/c. 

(nearly opposite the post office.) 

Where the medicines may be obtained in their genuine purity. 
Removed from No. 1, Light Street. 



16 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

GEORGE H. M'DOWELL, 

JVo. 47, South Calvert Street y 
opposite Lombard, 
Has constantly on hand a large and general assortment of 

ALSO 

for Sale at Factory prices. 
%*All orders thankfully received and promptly attended to. 

Cabinet Manufacturer, 

Respectfully infjrms his friends and the puhlic generally, that 
he continues his business, at 

Corner of Frederick and Second Streets, 

Where he will promptly attend to orders in all the branches of 
his business. 

J. p. B. hopes that the faithful execution and finished style of 
his workmanship, will insure for him a share of public patronage. 

N.B.Orders for COFFINS promptly attended to and executed 
on the most reasonable terms. 



Respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he continues his 

SHOE AND BOOT STORE, 

At JVo. 4, East Baltimore Street, 

Where he will be happy to attend to all orders in his line. La- 
dies' and Misses' Morocco and Lasting Shoes and Boots, Gentle 
men's and Boys' shoes and boots, pegged and sewed, made in 
the neatest manner and on the most reasonable terms. He has 
always on hand Eastern Work, at various prices. He takes this 
oppcytAinity of returning his grateful thanks to his friends and the 
pu^ic for the patronage heretofore bestowed, and hopes by his at- 
tention to business a continuance of the same at his new stand. 



ADV^ERTISEMENTS. 17 



BISNR7 CARR, 

JV. E. Corner of Gay and Pratt Streets, 
Has constantly on hand a general assortment of 

CAolhs, Cassimeves and VesUngs, 

Which he will make up in the most approved style at the shortest 
notice. Also an extensive assortment of 

READT JTIADE € i:< O T H I IV G , 

Suitable for all climates, Wholesale and Retail. 



SOAP AlTD CAZTDZiES 



The Subscribers 'are manufacturing and will have constantly for 
sale at the Manufactory, in 

Constitution Street near Beuren, and at 

store, JV*o. 81, SmitWs wharf. 

Mould and Dipt Summer Candles. Also, Soap of various quali- 
ties, which they will sell on the most reasonable terms. 

SLIVER & FARINGER. 



FAEltrCH SU&B. nZXLLSXOXVES. 



HO-HFT^aH & M(D)IEIEII§s 

At the old stand, W. Fall's avenue foot of Pratt Street bridge, 

and Corner of Paca and Saratoga Streets, 

Continue to make to order French Burr Millstones of all dimen- 
sions, which they will warrant to be of best quality, being made 
from Burr Blocks of their own importation, and selected by them 
from the best quaries in France. They keep for sale: 

Dutch or Cologne Millstones, all sizes. Cocalico and Eso- 
pus, do. French Burr Blocks, and Calcined Plaisier of Paris, 
Orders from any part of the country, promptly atteaded to. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 




WII.I.IAM Z.Z313, 
•IVo. 79, Jflarket Sireet, Baliimorej 



DEALER IN 




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He keeps constantly on hand, a handsome assortment of 

Strato area aeflhorn MonmtB, 
Figured and riain Ribbands, 6lc, Ac. 



ADVERTISEMENT?. U 



COACH LACE AND FRINGE MANUFACTURER, 

(next door to odd fellows' hall.) 
Respectfully informs his Friends and the Public, that he has on hand and 
ofifers or sale a variety of Patterns of Lace and Fringes. 

Goach Makers, Country Merchants & Store Keepers 

Are invited to call and judge for themselves. 
iKf-Purchasers dealt with on the most liberal terms, and the goods sold as 
lowTas any of the same description in the United States, either for cash or 
approved paper. Orders from a distance complied with as precisely as if 
personal. 



BROWNING'S IMPROVED PATENT 

For preserving perfectly cool, fresh and clean. Butter, Milk, Meat, Eggs, 
Fruits, Liquors, &c., during the Summer season, and also from Ireezing du- 
rin*' the Winter, any article deposited in it.— Made by 

J%\}, 17, Commerce (Street, near JPratt^ 

Also,— The much approved BUTTER BOXES, in which Butter may 
be transported with perfect safety, by Land or Water, as in the latter case, 
course alum salt will answer as aood a purpose in it as ice, and is admirably 
calculated for the use of Steam Boats or other vessels. 

All orders Uianfefully received and promptly attended to 



JAMXSS ARMSTRONG, 

SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, 

Takes the liberty of informing his friends and the public general- 
ly that he has Removed from No. 18, S, Calvert Street, to 

Formerly occupied by Mr. Thos. Mackenzie » 
Where he is prepared to manufacture every article in his line, in 
the newest and most approved style, on the most pleasing terms. 
He offers his graiel'ul thanks to his friends, for the generous sup ; 
port already received, and confidently anticipates a concmuance 
thereof, ae his best'efforts will be used to merit confidence. 



20 ADVEIITISEM^.NTS. 



COMMERCE AND THE ARTS. 



For Teaching 

DRAWZITG AND TAZNTZNG, 

Is permanently located and always open for the reception of pu- 
pils by the Quarter, or "The Course of Lessons," 

XVO. 33, FAYETTE STREET, 

Between the Post Office and City Hotel. 

ASSEMBLY READING ROOMS. 

The subscriber anounces to his frijnds and the pubhc, that he has onened 
the above establishment, (corner of Holliday and Fayette sts) for the recep- 
tion of visiters, where will be kept the best WINES, LIQUORS, &c and 
OYSTERS served in the various ways, to suit customers, families and for 
exportation. He hopes his attendance to business will secure him a share 
of public patronage. In the eastern wing of the same building is his 

Where he has on hand and will constantly keep a supply of the best 
Baltimore ALE and PORTER, Alexandria ALE, Philadelphia PALE ALE 
and a BROWN STOUT, of a superior quality, which, with a regular sup- 
ply of choice CIDER, will enable him at all times to accommodate tavern 
keepers, masters ot vessels and others, by the cask or dozen, on the most 
reasonable terms. The subscriber takes this method to return his sincere 
thanks to his friends and the public, for the patronage they have so liberally 
bestowed on him during the short time he has been engaged in the bottling 
business and hopes that the exertions to please will secure for him their 
continued encouragement. 

THOMAS WALSH. 

0C|- Agency of **Irwin'8 Alexandria Ale," which he considers equ«l to 
any in the city. 

" Cash for EMPTY BOTTLES. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 91 




The Subscriber would respectfully return his thanks to his friends and the 
public in general, for the very liberal support that has been conferred on 
him. since his commencement in business, and he will again assure them 
that all goods bought of him and warranted, he will exchange if afterwaras 
found to be not as good as represented. r^^n^i. 

On hand, balance ivory handled table knives with or without French 
forks, plain black tips do stag and buck handled do. steel carving knives, 
&c a superior assortment of pen-knives in the greatest variety, razors, 
plain and ornamental, razor straps, &c &c. ladies' scissors, bank scisssors, 
paper hangers', crooked, do. for trimming horses, barbers' do. tailors shears 
and pointsfdry goods do.— Also tailors' large crooked shears, a handsome 
article, in short every variety of goods in the cutlery line, at prices lower 
than the same quality can be had elsewhere. Vo„^i»« 

N. B. Jobbing attended to as usual, blades put m penknife handles, 

^' ^''' BENJAMIN DAFFIN. 

JVo. 1 Holliday street, Baltimore. 



TBJUZT Am> COMTBCTIOHAB.Y STOB.Z!. 

JVo. 189 k Baltimore Street, 2 doors above Hanover. 



AUGUSTUS M. PRICE & CO. 

Keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of 

Together with an extensive assortment of CONFECTIONARY, 
o? iheir own manufacture. All of wliich are offered at the most 
reduced prices. 

N. B. Country merchants, dealers and families, are invited to call. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JVo. 52, South Frederick Street, 

CfOURTH door from PRATT.) 

Has constantly for sale the following articles, on liberal terms: 



Tin Plate 
Block Tin 
Bar Tin 
Tin Rivets 
Tinners^ tools 
Saucepan Mis 



Tea keltle ears 
Iron Wire 
Round Iron 
Hoop Iron 
Hand Iron 
Sheet Iron 



Eng. Bar Iron 
Sheet Lead 
Bar Lead 
Pig Lead 
Lead Pipe 
Sheet Zinc 



Spelter 
Sheet Brass 
Pearl j^sh 
Pot Ash 
Salaeratus 



N. B. — J. H. B. has made arrangements to keep a swpply of 
articles in the JSIelal Line, and looks to the liberality of the trade 
for the patronage which is necessary tor such an establishment. 



AUCTION AND COMMISSION ROOMS. 



No. 58, BALTIMORE STREET. 



J. F. OSBOURN & CO., 

Respectfully anounccs to the citizens of Baltimore, that they still contin- 
ue their Auction and Coaimission Business, at their old stand, No, 58 
Baltimore street* and are fully prepared to make advances to any amount, 
on all kinds of Property, Furniture Merchandise, &c. Their ROOMS ON 
THE SECOND FLOOR, are well situated for the sale of light and valuable 
articles, for whiah they will be reserved. 

Limited goods received for private sale only. Correct Accounts in all 
cases will be rendered as soon as practicable after sales. Families and 
others Belling off at their dwellings or places of Business, can receive liberal 
advances at any time previous to the sale. The regular 

Sale Days at the Hooms will be Tuesday and Friday. 

al ten a. m. J. F. O., & Co. solicit a share of public patronage, pledg^in^j 
themselves that no exertions on their part will be wanting to give general 
satisfaction. Having given ample security for the faithful performance of 
their duties, they trust they will always be found deserving that patronage 
which will be their principal study to merit by strict attention and underia- 
tiag integrity. 



ADVERTISEMFNTS. 23 

JAMLS COBURN. 

No. 77 Ealtimore Street, 

{A few doors beloio South Street,) 
Has on hand and intends keeping a general assortment of 

Which he will sell wholesale and retail, very low for cash. 
New Goods received almost every day. 

He respectfully solicits the patronage of his friends and 
the pubiic generally. 



MiLLS' MACHINERY, CAST IRON, &C. 

THE SUBSCRIBERS, AT THEIR WORKS, AT 

LAUREL FACTORY, 

Prince George's County, Md.; and equally distant from Baltimore and 
Washington, on the Rail Road, having their Iron Foundry and Machine 
Shop in complete operation, are prepared to make all kinds of Heavy 

Cast \rov\ •Mac\V\uev^ ?ov M'lWs, E.ugmes 

or FACTORIES, being provided with large heavy lathes for boring or turn- 
ing, heavy Iron Cylinrl.-rs or shafts, of any kind; and are particulary calcu- 
lated for making LARGE SCREWS, from 3 to 25 feet in length, of any 
size or pitch, and warranted true. All kinds of Millivrigtx* work done at 
the shortest notice.— The business is conducted by practical Millwrights and 
Machinists, and the public may depend on having';fali orders promptly at- 
tended to. All kinds of patterns made, and castings furnished to order. 
All work done at this place will be sent to Baltimore or Washington free of 
charge for transportation. 

Addresi WALTEB. BAIffI£ZsS dL Co. 

Laurel, Prince George^s County, Md. 



LOTTERY AND EXCHANGE BROKERS, 

Office JVo. 19, Vralt St. near Market Space^ 

Respectfully inform their friends and the public, that thej 
buy and sell all kinds of stocks. — Gold and uncurrent money 
bought and sold at the lowest rates. Any business intrusted ta 
their care will be thankfully received and promptly attended to. 

Tickets and Shares in all Lotteries, for Sale, 



24 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

, ■■ " ' ' ■ ■ — — — — ^ 

WILLIAM BRIDGES, 

Wholesale and Retail 

FRUIT & CONFECTIONARY STORE, 

JVo. 217, Market St. between Liberty and Sharp, 

Keeps constantly on hand a general assortnnent of articles, such 
as Oranges, Lemons, Raisin>$, Prunes, Figs, Dates, Citron, soft 
and hard shell Almonds, sheli'd Almonds, English Walnuts, Fil- 
berts, Palm Nuts, Cocoa Nuts, &c. 

ALSO: in all its varieties, first rate confectionary of his own 
manufacture, such as will keep to transport to South and West, 
and a choice assortment of Preserves, such as Limes, Pine Ap- 
ples, Ginger, Guava Jelly, &c. 

Country merchants and others who buy to sell again, are invi- 
ted to cali and examine his stock before purchasing. 



THE CELEBRATED 

Baltimore Patent Floor Cloths, 

(OIL CLOTH CARPETS) 

Are manufactured of all dimensions, without seams, and in a great 
variety of splendid and plain patterns, at the establishment 

Comer of Pratt and Market Streets, F. P, 

and for sale at the warehouse, in 

S, High Street, between Baltimore and Water, 

where they may be had at all times ready for use. Also, Car- 
riage and Portrait cloth. DENISON, CONAIN & CO. 

No. 79, PRATT STREET, 

Between South Street and Bowley's wharf, Baltimore, 

Are constantly supplied with a full assortment of 

W^ines^ JLiquors, and Groceries^ 

Which they offer to coruntrv merchants and the public gennerailj 
on accommodating terms. Families supplied as usual with fine 
TEAS, SPICES, &c. Liquors and Goods sent free of charge 
to any part of the city. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 25 

H E N R Y W. GRAY, 

AT HIS WAREHOUSE 

Lower end of Camden Street, head of the Basin, 

AND AT THE CITY FISH HOUSES, 

Receives Storage of every description at the most reduced rates, 
and every attention is paid in receivintr and delivering articles 
stored with him. He has constantly for sale, Family and other 
Herrings, selected with great care. And he also carries on the 
manufactory of Fig Blue, warranted of a superior quality. At- 
tends as Justice of the Peace, to all kinds of conveyancing and 
other instruments of writing, with accuracy and despatch. 

His charges being very moderate. He solicits a continuation of 
favors from the public generally. 



MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE. 

The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he 
continues his ofBce in 

Second Street opposite the Marine Bank, 

four dooi s from the corner of Gay Street, 

TVhere he will attend to any business in the above line that be may be 
favoured with, without delay. Persons applying for the benefit of the 
Insolvent laws, will find it to their advantage to give him a call. 

Deeds, Powers of Mtorney, Bills of Sale Indentures, 
Leases, 

And all papers relative to his office, executed with punctuallity and despatch, 
on the most reasonable terras. He takes this opportunity of retumino- his 
grateful thanks for the patronage heretofore received, and hopes hy his 
attention to business a continuance of the same at his new office; — the officers 
in attendance are known to be active, attentive and faithful in the discharge 
of their duties, 

GEORGE S. EICHELBERGER. 



JZSRSMIAH TITTZiS, 

JVo. 21, South Street, 
Respectfully announces to his customers and the public gener- 
ally, that he has an extensive assortment of extra Super Cloths 
of all descriptions and shades; Super, extra Super, London Check- 
ed, and Ribbed Cassimere and Vestings, which he will make up 
in the most fashionable style. 

Orders thankfully received and punctually attended to. 



26 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



The Fireman's Insurance Company, 

Continnes to insure Dwelling Houses, Warehouses, Merchandit-* 
Household Furniture, Ships in Port, their Cargoes, and oth( r 
descriptions of property generally, against loss or danuage by Fire 
— Ot3"but are not permitted by the charier to insure out of the 
new limits of the city. 

From the peculiar construction and material of this Association, ■ 
lounded as it is known to be, on the best interests, and supported i 
by the surest guarantees, backed by an ample capital, and promis- 
ing a safe and cJieap protection — it has received an extensive p; 
tronage. 

For forms of application, and any other information on the sub- 
ject, please apply at the Company's Office, 

Corner of South and Second Streets. 

PRESENT BOARD.— JOHN REESE, President. 

Director$ from the 

5 Thomas Edmundson 
i John H. Ehien 
J Matthew Smith 
^ Lot Ensey 
Frederick Seyler 
John Hines 



New Market Company 



Liberty 
United 



do 



do 



Uni^n 

Washington 

First Baltimore 

Patapsco 

Mechanical 

Friendship 

Independent 

Vigilant 

Deptlbrd 

Columbian 

Franklin . 

Howard 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



< George Valliant 
I Nathan Tyson 

< Jesse Hunt 

I Jacob Albert 

J William E. George 

I Samuel Keerl 

5 J. h Cohen, Jr. 

I James L. Hawkins 

^ George Rogers 

( James Hance 

^ Benjamin C. Ross 

I Charles Diffenderflfer 

C Samuel Wilson 

I HughBohon 

J William Reany 

I Benjamin Buck 

\ Jacob Bier 

\ William Wallace 

J F. S. Litting 

) Samuel Wilson 

J John P. Stroble 

I J. J. Benroan 

J Peter Sauerwin, Jr. 



THOMAS G. RUTTER, Secretary. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 27 



LOOKING GliASS STORE 



CARVER AND GILDER, 

No. 2 NORTH GAY STREET, 

Informa his customers and the pablic, that he has for sale and mannfactures , 
Gilt, Mantle and Pier Looking Glasses, Portrait and Picture Frames. 
Drawings and Prints framed at short notices, of every variety of size and 
pattern. Old Looking Glasses framed or taken in exchange; CURTAIN 
ORNAMENTS, such as Poles, Rings, Ends and Centre Ornaments at the 
shortest notice; and Genendoles, Pier Tables, Brackets and all articles of 
fancy in my line of business of th» latest and most approved patterns. 
Gentlemen wishing t o kave'their piers %nd mantles furnished with superi- 
or FRENCH PLATES, will please to leave their orders and they will be 
prOBtptly attended to. Steamboats, Packets, &c. fitted with Looking 
Glasses in pannels or frames, at short notice. 

Looking Glass Plates of all sizes by the box or single plate. , 



Wishes to inform his friends and the public, that has recommen- 
ced business, at 

No. 30; Centre Market Space, 

Near Second Streets 
Where he means to keep a i^ood assortment of 

rOoobdj cTftoei, a\Dat^j ^aM cwvi «J tafv&6, 

Which he means to sell as cheap as any in the city. 



LOOKINCi <SLAS$ ANn 

FANCY HARDWARE STORE, 

And importers of 

French and German Looking Glass Plates. 

In all its varieties. 
No. 108» Baltimore Street* 



2S ADVERTISEMENTS. 



^^l/J^^^ale ana ^^e^at/ S^ai fSrcoze. 



Merchants and others visiting this city to purchase goods are 
respectfully invited to call at 

H, G. JACOBSEN'S 
Fashionable Hat Manufactory 

No. 217 BALTIMORE STREET, 

Near the Eutaw house, 
And examine his extensive assortment of 

Which will be disposed of on the most reasonable terms. 
N. B. Orders thankfully received and faithfully executed. 



Cheap Furniture Store, 

CORNER OF FREDERICK & SECOND STREETS. 



FRANCIS GARDINER, 

Begs leave to inform his friends and the public in general, tkat 
he has on hand an extensile assortment of 

;kew axd secojtd-haj^d furj^itube; 

Consisting of Side Boards, Bureaus, Book Cases, Glass Cases, 
Mahogany and Walnut Dining and Breakfast Tables, Pine 
Kitchen Tables, Ladies' Mahogany WorK Stands, Ward Rolers, 
Window Blinds, High and Low Post Bedsteads, Feather Beds, 
Bolsters and Pillows, Mattrasses, Toilet Tables and Work Stands, 
Candle Stands, Cane Seat and Common Chairs, Rocking Chairs 
of different sorts, Settees, Office Desks and Stools, Mahogany 
and Poplar Cradles, Pier, Mantle and Toilet Looking Glasses, 
Mantle Clocks, Parlour and Kitchen Shovel and Tongs, Stove, 
and Coal Grates, Flat Irons, Pots, Skillets, Ovens and Griddles 
hot Barks, Safes, Coffee Mills, Andirons, Imported and Domestic 
Carpeting, Candle-Sticks, Snuffers and Trays, waiters, Hobby 
Horses, Guns and Pistols, &c. fcc. &c.— all of which will be 
sold at auction prices. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 2^ 

THE 

BALTiMOBE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

MAKES INSURANCE ON LIVES 

For one or more years or for li(e — contracts similar in principle 
to insurances on ships and houses, by which families or creditors 
are protected from loss by the death of a parent or debtor. Sells 
or purchases. 

ANNUITIES; 

Contracts by which a^ed persons especially are enabled to receive 
a high rate of interest durinor iheir lives 

RECEIVES MONEY ON DEPOSITE, 

Permitting it to accumulate for any number of years at compound 
interest, or paying the interest semi-annually. 

EXECUTES TRUSTS, 

Where the intervention of a Trustee is necessary; thus avoiding 
the danger from death or insolvency of a private Trustee. 

niA&XSS ALL SISTDS OF CONTRACTS, 

In which life or the interest of money is involved. 

Office JVo 21 Second Street, JBattitnore, 

JOHN I. DONALDSON, 

President. 
WILLIAM MURDOCH, Sec. 



FASHIONABLE READY-MADE 

CLOTHING EMPORIUM, 

'Mo. 8C) ^azdei ^iuei, 

Two doors West of South Street, 

BALTIMORE. 

N. B. Clothes made to order on the shortest notice and 
lowest terms. 

Ready made Linens, &c. always on hand. 



30 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




No. 33 SOUTH STREET. 



JOHN C. FRENCH, 

Continues his Manufactory at No. 33 South Street, two 
doors below Jacob Rogers^s Hat Store, where he expects 
to be permanently fixed, and takes this opportunity of 
returning his thanks to the pubhc generally for the liberal 
patronage v/ith which he has been favoured, and he hopes 
by diligence and attention to business still to merit a share 
of the same. He will endeavour to keep on hand at all times 
a first rate article of his own manufacure, wholesale and 
retail — all repairs executed with the greatest despatch. 

N. B. He is a regular agent for the sale of Morrison's 
Hygean Pills. 



THOMAS JANVIER, 

No. 87 SMITH'S WHARF, 

AGENT FOR THE POIiliOWlNG MANUFACTORIES, VIZ, 

1. Chain Gables, at Boston 

2. Gunpowder, at New- York 

3. Burden's Patent Wrought Spikes, Troy, N. Y. 

4. Burden's Patent Horse Shoes, at Troy, N. Y. 

5. Fire Proof Iron Chests, at New- York 

6. Crown Window Glass, at Redford N. Y. 

7. White Lead, at Philadelphia 

8. Glue, at Philadelphia 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 31 

D. S. POPE & NEEDLES, 

JVo. 47. South, near Pratt Street, 

Are prepared to execute orders in the above line — and to furnish 

GOFFER STEMOILS, 

or letters cut in copper, for marking Barrels, Boxes, SfC. and 

SBeivt 4^046- fot t>iiifo-tm/ii/aotu^5 slvem-co^^j 0)c. 

They have on hand an assortment of those 

/Splendid French Polished Plate Glass 

of large sizes for store windows; 
of various sizes, lettered to order, either 

TXlAlNSPAZlESiS'T OH OFAQ17S, 

with Gold or Silver ground aud Coloured letters or Transparent with Black 
letters; the latter kind shew the name very distinctly at night from the light 
of an ordinary passage lamp. 

55namclleti CKilUino,2il?ttering on Class, 

For Professional Cards or Signs... unsurpassed for beauty and durability 
by any other stile. 

BLOCK LETTER AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF SIGNS 

furtiished at the shortest notice and in the best manner. Their former 
experience ia 




STEAMBOAT ^^^^ PAINTING, 



enable! them to assnre the public of entire satisfaction in the execution of 
orders in that line. 

in all its rariety, promptly attended to. In fine by a strict attention to 
every department of tbeir bufliness, they will endeavour to merit public 
^probation. 



32 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



A. T. BAXTER, 

JVo. 67, Pratt Street, near Bowhfs Wharf 

Keeps constantly on hand, a general assortment of 

Single and Double Barrel Guns, 

Flint and Percussion; also, Rifles, Pistols, Percussion Caps 
Shot Bags, Powder Flasks, and every article for the Sportsman- 
use. 

He has in his employ the best workmen, and his customers may 
depend on having their work executed with neatness and despatch. 

N. B. Captains of vessels bringing work, are requested to leave 
it as soon as tliey arrive, so as to give as much time as possible. 
This will prevent. disappointment. 




PHCEWIX SHOT TOWEK, 

CORNER FRONT AND PITT STS. 

An assortment of Shot all sizes, may always be had at the tower. 

AlsOf Bar and Tig Lead. 

DAVID T. McKIM, President 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



33 




ALL ORDERS FOR 



IB(D(DIE^IBIlKril>IlP(B5) 

¥ill receive the utmost attention, as it respects execu« 
ion of stile or promptitude in time, at this little es- 
:ablishment; and the prices will be commensurate with 
he depressed state of business. 

A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF 
CONSTANTLY FOR SALE. 



JOHN HODGKISrSOir, 

Manufactures and keeps on hand 

a fi-iuiffliiisj 



Of every description, at 

JVo. 32, Hanover Street, 



«?4 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JVo. 1, Sa%aar, Harrison Street. 
DOCTOR KAXiPH'S PILLS. 

THE UNIVERSAL DOMESTIC VEGETABLE MEDICINE. Price 

2o cents a Box— Also in packages at $1; and family packages at «3— ia 
which last IS a considarable saying of expense. To be had wholesale and 
retail at No. 30 LIGHT STREET. ] 

These Pills are founded upon the-Qiily principle on which a Unircrsai 
Medicine can safely and sonscientiously be recommended to the world] 
Ihey are a corrector of that faulty state of the constitution out of whicj 
arises most of the disorders incident to human life.— For instance, no person] 
who preserves a healthy condition of the digestive organs can possibly bj 
afflicted with dyspepsia- and dyspepsia is itself the prevailing malJy ol 
this country, besides that it is a cause of innumerable other diseases 1 

But this medicine being founded on that intimate connexion which existJ 
between diseases aud the organs of digestion, it also becomes an active aeenfl 
and forms a necessary part in the treatment of all diseases, from whateved 
causes they may spring. Now, this is a statement, the truth of which is 
deeply interesting to society, and therefore merits the clearest explanation 
It can have Moreover, it is a truth which forms the basis of " TLfamilA 
Physician,"-"Dr. Ralph's System of Domestic Medicine,"-a volumS 
which has now become the guide of many thousand families, and which is^ 
another reason for stating it in as clear a light as possible; fortunately alsoj 
It artmits of easy and convincing- explanation. 1 

With regard to persons who advertise pills to cure all diseases-I do not^ 
hesitate to say of such, and I appeal to the understanding of the reader for it.^ 
truth-thut no set of men are deeper branded with the mark of infamv ' 
1 hese persons are generally known by serotfing at Colleges and men of learn^ 
ing and experience. They also aim at ridiculing exery remedy even such 
as bleeding, although in many cases the omission of it for a single dav 
IS certam death It is true these people frequently get rich -nd bo^, but. 
let It never be forgotten, their riches are obtaind with the blood ol families 
and they know it! I speak with earnestness, but I speak with truth and 
much experience, and I feel I ought to be believed. And having thus pre- 
sumed to claim the public confidence, the writer thinks it proper iS this olace 
to make the following statement of himself. *^ ^ 

P«"^i'n*n*^'*^'"!-^c^*'y'''''*'V~^/^''^*^"*^^ of Edinburg and a member of the 
Royal Col ege of Surgeons, London. He has also been a Lecturer on Mid- 
wifery and diseases of women, &c. and is the author of a popular and well 
received book upon Domestic Medicine. In addition too, besides an exTen- 
ZS?-"^*/^^''*''*'*'^ u- ut'°u^\^V^''^y y^*''^' he has been physician to 
SJ^iS^a'd^dlserse^^ '^ ''' *'^ '^' '"^'^^^ ^^^^^^'^ '^ ^ '"^^ -<>-* 
fn fhltl"": ^^ •''^' letters from the higliest .^ledical Authorities in England 
to the most emmcnt Physicians m America, which testify to his integrity aSd 
professional advantages, and to these he can at any time appeaL-HTdoe. 
not however deem this necessary, for in making m appeal, he would ratheJ 
do so to the good sense of the people of Amerh^a, and he feels safe in the 
^ o,?Z-"? «»PPort which they will give him while he endeavours to 
expose the intamy of those men who strive to bring into contempt the well 
known and necessary means of saving life, under the trick word of * ^!r 
one disease." m order to sell their pills. Let me intreat thrpublk thore^-^ 
fore to believe, not only that there are many diseases which differ essentt 
anyone from ano her. but that the same medicine which h useful a oao 
fn'Z^J^Lt'nrT^ »a another; and that purging pills is one of theJe!ai 
in the case of inflamation of the bowels. It is Sne of those disorder, ia 
which so many deaths have happened from Purging Pills 1 have been cSlS 
to two cases of this kind within the last ten days^ Pu%i„f without oth^ 

•ole cause of it. JOSEPH RALPH. M. D. 



MATCHETT'S 



BALTIMORE DIRECTOR, 



CORRECTED DP TO MAY, 1837. 



worn, nss^oos 



CONTENTS. 

A Plan of the City, with references to public buildings. 

Chap. 1. Topography of Baltimore, 

Chap. 2. History of do 

Chap 3. Population, Health and Mortality, 

Chap. 4. Privileges of the Corporation, City Government, ^c. 

Chap. 5. Public Buildings for civil purposes, ImprovemenU , SfC. 

Chap. 6. Public Buildings for Religions purposes. 

Chap. 7. Buildings for the purpose of Literature, Science, Charity, 

and Public Amusements, 
Chap. 8. Manufactures, 
Chap. 9. Commerce, 

Chap. 10. Literature, Benevolent Societies, Miscellaneotis, 
2%« Citizen's names, Residence, ^c. List of Streets, Lanes and 

Alleys, 



BALTIMORE DIRECTOR OFFICE, 

JV. E. corner of Gay and Water Streets. 



1837. 



TO THE PUBLIC 



On the recurrence of our 8th edition of the Baltimore Di- 
rector}- we deem it uunecessary to dwell long. We have on 
former occasions sufficiently explained the difficulties of so 
arduous a publication, the impossibility of using any rule in 
spelling person's names — the vague information given by 
children, servants, illiterate persons, and the unwillingness 
of others to have their residence known, the many persons 
who do business in one house and street, and dwell in an- 
other, both individuals and firms, indeed some are engaged 
in three or four kinds of business in different parts of the 
city, (therefore a name being repeated in such a case is una- 
voidable, as the person who calls at each place, cannot tell 
it is the same, and is no error,) almost all names, admit- 
ting of various orthography, viz. Nicholson Nicolson, Vic- 
ary Vickery, Stuart Stewart, &c. a person may look for a 
name in the alphabetical order by which he spells it, and 
not finding it, conclude it is not in the book, when he 
should use such other spelling as will produce the name un- 
til he find it, (by so doing he will find very few omissions. 
No publisher of a record of the names of householders in 
this or any other city will venture to say there are none.) 

The publisher has employed careful men to call at every 
house in Baltimore for the address of the tenant. This is 
the only correct mode of doing, and the name of an ac- 
quaintance, or an old residenter, is just as liable to be o- 
mitted as any other. In the " Catalogue of Avenues, Streets, 
Lanes, &c., as enlarged by the Commissioners, and laid 
down by their surveyor," which is the only one we could 
obtain, complaint has been made against us, that their lo- 
cation, and direction is not sufficiently plain; this we cannot 
help in any other way in the present edition than by our 
map, but if we live to issue another, we pomise to endea- 
vour to make such correction. The want of numbers be- 
ing on the houses uniformly throughout the city is another 
considerable difficulty in our way of giving exact direction, 
which we would gladly correct if it were our province, 



TO THE PUBLIC. 



Determined to give value for vi'hat vi^e receive for our pub- 
lication, we have with much labour, added to this edition a 
"View of Baltimore," giving concisely, its Topography, 
History, Population and Health — Privileges of the Corpor- 
ation, City Government, &c. — Public Buildings for civil 
purposes, Improvements, &.c. Buildings for the purpose of 
Literature, IScience, Charity, and Public Amusements — 
Manufactures — Commerce — Literature, Benevolent Socie- 
ties, and Miscellaneous — which we hope will be found both 
interesting and useful. 

The price of the book with a map of the city is but $ 1 ,50 
$1,25 without the map, and admitting that its defects could 
be magnified two fold, we consider it worth that amount. 
We have printed but a small edition, no more than we ex- 
pect to sell. For the generous and honourable support 
tendered us from individuals we offer our grateful acknow- 
iedgements. We shall ever be proud to serve such. 

We respectfully invite any of our fellow citizens who 
may detect an error in the book of any kind, to send in- 
formation to the office, where copies are permanently kept 
with blank paper to notice such corrections. 

R. J. MATCHETT. 



CONTENTS 



Advertisements, 36 pages in front, distinct from book, page 

Map of the city, with references to Public buildings, 
Address to the Public, 

Chap. 1. Topography of Baltimore, . • . 1 

Chap. 2. History of do . . . . S 

Chap. 3. Population, Health, and Mortality, . . 4 

Chap. 4. Privileges of the Corporation, City Government, &c. 7 
Chap. 5. Public Buildings for civil purposes, Improvements, &c. 9 
Chap. 6. Public Buildings for Religious purposes, . . 16 
Chap. 7. Buildings lor the purposes of Literature, Science, 

Charity, and Public amusements, . . . .19 
Chap. 8. Manufactures, . . . . .22 

Ciiap. 9. Commerce, . . . . . 29 

Chap. 10. Literature, Benevolent Societies, Miscellaneous, 34 
The Citizens' names, residence, &c. . • .43 

List of Streets, Lanes and Alleys, . . . 34& 



BALTSMORE, 



ITS GEOGRAPHICAL SITUATION HISTORY POPULATION 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS MANUFACTURES COMMERCE PUB- 
LIC INSTITUTIONS LITERATURE, ETC. 

Chapter I.— Topography of Baltimore^ 

Our purpose being to present a clear and concise view of our 
City, its present condition, its government, its manufactures, its 
commerce, its public buildings and other improvements; (togetlier 
with a variety of other information which we take not to be 
generally available-,) we intend to confine ourselves to plain mat- 
ter of fact; preferring accuracy to ornament. As we write, in 
part, for the benefit of those who are not acquainted with the 
localities of Baltimore, we propose in the first place, to give a 
brief geographical description of the City; with which the reader 
will dnd ft necessary to become acquainted, in order to have a full 
conception of some other subjects which we propose to treat of. 

Tl^ie city of Baltimore is situated on a creek or inlet of the 
Patapsco river, commonly called the basin, the average breadth 
of which is a quarter of a mile, its length one mile and three quar- 
ters. The depth of water for more than half the length of this 
inlet is sufficient to float ships of the largest dimensions, and the 
harbor which it forms is uncommonly spacious and commodious. 
As yet, the city is chiefly confined to the north side of the basin, 
but there can be no doubt that in the course of a very few years, 
it will extend along the other side also. Indeed, there are already 
many streets laid out in that quarter; manufactories and works 
of various descriptions are erected there, and every thing seems 
to promise that that district will, ere long, be the centre of consi- 
derable business. At the same time, the City is rapidly progress- 
ing along the northern side of the harbor, to which result the 
efforts of the Canton Company, aided by an immense capital, 
contribute in an eminent degree. 

The site of Baltimore is, in most parts hilly; a circumstance 
which, on some accounts, is far from being a disadvantage, f n 
the neighborhood, there are a number of streams, some oT which 
intersect the city; the principal one of these latter is Jones's 
Falls, (by some termed the northern branch of the Patapsco,) 
which, as it approaches the basin, may well be called a small 



river. It passes throuorli the city in a direction varying little 
from north and south. This fine stream is of incalculable benefit 
in affording the city a constant supply of pure and excellent 
water, which is raised by machinery, and distributed by pipes 
through every street. Nor is this the only advantage for which 
the citizens of Baltimore are indebted to Jones's Falls; — it gives 
motion to a number of mills and factories, and that portion of the 
stream which runs through the City, answers many purposes of 
a common sewer. True, the falls, are productive of one evil, 
which, at the first glance, appears almost to neutralize the bene- 
fits we have just mentioned. The ground through which this 
stream flows being of a loose mture, and havinnr a very conside^^ 
rable descent, the consequence is that, (especially after copious 
rains,) a large alluvial deposit is carried into the basin, the remo- 
val of whicli deposit is a constant expense to the city. As a remedy 
for this evil, it has been proposed to divert the course of the 
falls, by means of a canal or tunnel, to Herring Run, which is 
four miles distant from the city. The expense of ihis scheme it 
is thought would not exceed a sum the interest on wiiich is now 
expended in temporary removals of the inconvenience. It must 
be observed, however, that to this evil, so called, the City is in a 
great measure indebted for the vast improvements about the City 
Block; where many acres of good ground have been formed of 
the aforesaid deposits, raised by the mud-machines and applied 
to that purpose. The space thus recovered from the river will, at 
some time, (we have reason to think,) be as valuable as any other 
ground in Baltimore; besides the health and beauty of that por- 
tion of the city liave been greatly improved by the process of 
its formation. 

When it has been stated that there are many streams in the 
neighborhood — and that the ground is generally hilly, the reader 
wilfprobably suppose that the water power is considerable. This 
is truly the case, and in this respect Baltimore is unrivalled by 
any other city on the American continent. On this topic we shall 
enlarge when speaking of Manufactories, Mills, &c. See chap. viii. 

From those immediate topographical advantages of Baltimore,^ 
we proceed to speak of those which, though more remote, are of 
the greatest importance, as being highly conducive to her pros- 
perity. Patapsco river empties into that magnificent sheet of 
water called Chesapeake Bay, at about the distance of fourteen 
miles from the city. This bay also receives the waters of the 
Susquehanna, the Potomac, the Choptank and numerous other 
streams, and is connected at Capes Charles and Henry with the 
Atlantic Ocean. In a commercial point of view, the benefits of 
this situation are incalculable. Besides a favorable vicinity to the 
ocean which it affords, the tributary streams of the Chesapeake 
open a communication, by water, with a vast extent of country, 
including distant portions of several different States. On the 
waters of the Susquehanna alone, immense quantities of mer- 



chandise of various kinds are transported to Baltimore from the 
interior of Pennsylvania and New York. The Potomac offers a 
medium of communication with Virginia and North Carolina, 
and the Choptank, Elk, Pocomoke and several other rivers, serve 
to convey many valuable commodities from the Eastern Shore of 
Maryland, and afford a market in that section of the state for 
the manufactures and imports of Baltimore. For further infor- 
mation on this subject we refer the reader to chapter ix. 

Besides the water communication just spoken of, the trade of 
Baltimore carried on with the back country by means of rail- 
roads and turn-pikes, is very considerable. In our present divi- 
sion, we mention this fact only to show the advantages of our 
location in this respect; as our City thereby becomes the mart of 
a large and wealthy district, which the progress of internal im- 
provement continues to make more and more extensive. See 
chapter ix. 

On the whole, the geographical situation of Baltimore com- 
bines every requisite to health and prosperity, and we are happy 
to add that there exists among her citizens a spirit of enterprize 
and patriotism sufficient todevelope and improve the benefits she 
has received from the hand of nature. 



Chapter ZI.— History. 

The early history of Baltimore presents rather an unpromising 
aspect, when we consider the unexampled growth and the rapid 
mcrease in commerce and manufactures for which the subsequent 
annals of this city are particularly remarkable. For nearly one 
hundred years after the formation of the county, the progress of 
improvement was exceedingly slow, and there were few°indica- 
tions of that prosperity which, at no distant period, was to elevate 
Baltimore into the first rank of American cities. 

The county of Baltimore was formed in the year 1659, and 
just seventy years after, the legislature passed an act for erect- 
ing a town, to be called Baltimore Town, on the north side of 
ratapsco river; for which purpose sixty acres of land were desig- 
nated and accordingly laid out into the same number ol' lot's. 
From this time to 1758 the place continued, to be a very inconsi- 
derable village, and as late as 1792 the population was only 
13,503. The Avar of the revolution, during its continuance, 
doubtless had a malign effect on the growth of the town, as we 
find that after that great struggle was over, it began to make 
rapid advances towards prosperity. Much of this effect may 
also be ascribed to the removal of the old government and the 
establishment of a new one. Baltimore became the county town 
in 1798, previously to which time the courts had been held at 
•^oppa, a small village then lying about twenty-five miles Iroqa 



the present site of Baltimore. This place, which was once the 
rival of Baltimore, and was believed by many persons to be the 
future capital of the State of Maryland, has not now a single 
house standing. A few scattered bricks and stones alone mark 
the spot where the village once stood. 

Baltimore became a chartered city in 1796, and from that time 
her march has been onward, (with a few draw-backs and inter- 
ruptions,) to the present day. A few minor particulars in the 
early history of the city may be of some interest to the reader, 
and with these we shall conclude the chapter. The first house in 
the hniits of the city was built by Mr. David Jones, to whom 
the Falls are indebted for a name. This building, (probably of 
logs,) was erected near the present site of Finn's bridge, in the 
year 1696. The first brick house was built by an Irish gentleman, 
named Fotterall, in 1740. The first wharf was commenced in the 
same year, at the south end of Calvert street. In 1754 the first 
market house was erected. The first enirine company, (the pre- 
sent Mechanical,) was formed in 1769. 'J'he first newspaper was 
commenced in 1773, This publication was called the "Maryland 
Journal and Baltimore Advertiser." The editor and proprietor 
was a x\lr. Wra. Goddardof Rhode Island. 

Thus much of the history of Baltimore we thought sufiicieni 
for our present purpose, and for this we are chiefly indebted to 
Mr. Griffith's "Annals," a book with which every Baltimorean 
should be intimately acquainted, and which many others may 
peruse with pleasure and profit. 



Chapter III.— Fopulation, Health, and IMEortality. 

From the best data which we have been enabled to obtain, we 
suppose the present population of Ballimore to be at least 100,000. 
At the taking of the last census in 1830, the number of inhabit- 
ants was 80,625, of which number nearly 19,000 were colored,—- 
slaves 4,100. Tlie increase of the colored population is supposed, 
in ordinary circumstances, to exceed that of the whites, but as the 
climate of this city is rather unfavorable to the health of the 
blacks, and the deaths among them are comparatively more nume- 
rous than among the whites, it is probable that nearly the same 
proportion in numbers is preserved. Supposing this to be the 
case, the present white population will be about 76,500, the 
colored 23,500,-5,200 slaves. Total 100,000. In this estimate, 
we do not pretend to be very exact; which, at this time, cannot 
be expected; but if there is any error in the calculation, it is 
most probable that we fall short of the true amount, rather than 
exceed it. 

In 1790, the population was 13,503: in 1800, it amounted to 
26,614. the increase in ten years thirty-three and two-thirds per 



cent. In the year 1820, the population was 62,738; increase in 
ten years seventy-six and a quarter per cent. In 1830, the popu- 
lation was 80,6-22, increase in ten years twenty-eight and a half 
per cent. Averatre increase every ten years, for forty years, 
fifty-eight and three quarters per cent. Supposing the present 
population to be 100,000, the increase since the taking of the last 
census, (seven years,) would be twenty-one per cent; which is 
equal, in proportion, to thirty per cent in ten years. 

In speaking of the climate of this city, and its unfavorable 
influence on Ihe blacks, the reader must not suppose that the 
white inhabitants share this inconvenience. On the contrary, as 
it respecls tl.em, there is no American city more salubrious, as 
the weekly reports of our Board of Health are sufficient to 
testify. ^ , ,. , . 

The following is the official statement of the mortality during 
the year 1836: 

REPORT OF INTERMENTS 

In the City of Baltimore, from the first day of January, 1836, to 

the first day of January, IS^l. 







INTERMENTS. 






AGES. 




Still-born, 181 
















JMouths. 


Males. 


Females. 


Total. 


Col'd. 


Free. 


Slaves 


Under 1 year, 684 


January, 


79 


87 


166 


58 


48 


10 


Betw. 1 and 2 180 


February, 


103 


103 


206 


83 


70 


13 


2 and 5 208 


March, 


84 


77 


161 


62 


59 


3 


6 and 10, 78 


April, 


81 


78 


159 


59 


45 


14 


10 and 21, 109 


May, 


98 


77 


175 


53 


43 


10 


21 & 30,203 


June, 


67 


66 


133 


50 


43 


7 


30 & 40, 227 


July, 


103 


114 


217 


53 


47 


6 


40 & 50. 191 


August, 


179 


148 


327 


74 


65 


9 


50 & 60, 147 


Septemb'r 


125 


98 


223 


47 


42 


5 


60 & 70, 124 


(October, 


115 


124 


239 


60 


49 


11 


70 & 80, 48 


November 


97 


88 


185 


49 


41 


8 


80 & 90, 11 


December 


92 


90 


182 


51 


43 


8 


93 & 100, 11 


Total, . 


1223 


1150 


2373 


1 699 


595 


104 


Over 100,* . 8 



Total, 



2373 



I'wo wliite women aged 112 and 102 years,— also, 6 free color- 
ed women, aged 120, 111, 109, 100, 100, 100 year*. 



OF THE FOLLOWING DISEASES. 



Aneurism, 
Apoplexy, - 
Asthma, - 
Bite of a spider. 
Burn, 
Cancer, 
Casualty, - 
Child-bed, - 
Cholic, cramp, . 
Cholic, bilous. 
Cholera Morbus, 



- 1 

22 

16 

1 

11 

9 

31 

18 

6 

. 3 

2 



Cholera Infantum, 191 
Consumption, - 316 
Contusion, - 2 

Convulsions, - 86 
Croup, - - 47 
Death from blows, 2 
Diarrhea, - 2 

Disease of the spine, 1 
Dropsy, - - 50 
Dropsy in the head, 34 
Drowned, - 25 



Dysentery, - 25 

Dyspepsia, - - 4 

Exposure to the cold, 5 

*« heat and cold 

drinking cold water, 1 

Fever, bilious, 8J 

catarrhal, 77 

congestive. 

Intermittent 

■carlct, 30 

typhui, 41 



Gravel, - • 1 

Hemorrhage, 4 

Hydrophobia, 1 

Inflammation, • 3 

of the bladder, 1 

of the bowels, 15 

of the brain, 19 

of the kidneys, 1 

of the lungs, 8 

of the stomach, 3 

of the throat, 3 



Infanticide, 
Intemperance, 
Jaundice, - 
Liver Complaint, 
Lock- J aw, 



Mania, 


3 


Small-pox, 


Marasmus, 


27 


Spasms, 


Measles, 




Still-born, 


Mortification, 


- 3 


Sudden, 


Old age. 


-137 


Suicide, 


Organic disease heart 6 


Syphilis, 


Pafsy, 


13 


Teething, 


Piles, 


4 


Thrush, 


Pleurisy, 


74 


Tumour, 


Poison, 


2 


Ulcer, 


Quinsy, 


1 


Ulcerated 



Rheum, inflammatory 2 
Rupture, - - 2 
Scald, - - 3 
Scirrhus of stomach, 1 
Scrofula, - - 2 



1 , 

6 
11 

2 
30 
11 

6 

3 
12 



Unknown, adult 16 

infantile, 47 8 

Whooping Cough, 43 

Worms, - - 13 



Total, 



2373 



There is an idea prevalent in many parts of the country that 
the State of Maryland is generally unhealthy; and indeed for this 
hypothesis we have the authority of some eminent geographers, 
but as far as it concerns Baltimore, (at least,) the opinion is cer- 
tainly very erroneous. We admit that the low, level district 
which constitutes the Eastern Shore of Maryland, and several 
other counties which border on the Potomac and Chesapeake, 
partake of those inconveniences to which all regions, similarly 
situated, are more or less liable; and we are not prepared to deny 
that the situation of Baltimore did originally share, in some 
degree, in the sa-me inconveniences. But even before the hand 
of art had removed some of the former defects of the location, 
the site of Baltimore, presenting an undulated surfiice, vvas emi- 
nently superior in salubrity. to the level tracts we have just men- 
tioned. Still, however, in those early periods of our history, 
there was much room for improvement, and the present race of 
our citizens will find it difficult to believe in the extent of the 
alterations which have been made. Those parts of the original 
town of Baltimore wliich were immediately adjacent to the water 
were chiefly of a very marshy nature; and some places indeed 
were occasionally overflowed by the tide; which could not fail 
to produce effects very prejudicial to the health of the inhabitants. 
The ground on which the Centre or Marsh Market now stands, 
was a mere bog, which extended along the present site of Frede- 
rick street as far as Gay street. It is unnecessary to inform the 
residents of our city that the said bog has entirely disappeared, 
and that the portion of the City which it formerly occupied is 
now closehr covered with substantial buildings, for which the in- 
genuity of man has provided a secure foundation. At a much 
later period than that to which we have just referred, a conside- 
rable alteration, (which must materially improve the health of 
the city,) has taken place in the vicimty of what is called the 
City Block. A large portion of low marshy ground has been 
filled up and effectually secured from inundation, so as to present 
the miasma which must arise from stagnant water and vegetable 



matter, alternately overflowed and exposed to the rays oftliesun. 
The improvements about Harris's creek may be regarded as 
liaviniT similar effects in that neic^hborhood. Thus, the causes 
whicli might formerly affect, in some measure, the health of Bal- 
timore, having been completely removed, we are enabled to make 
the assertion, with confidence, that in the enjoyment of the great- 
est of earthly blessings we are not surpassed by any other city in 
the Union. 



Chapter TV, 



rrivileges of the Corporation, City 
Crovernment, dLc. 



Baltimore sends annually four delegates to tlie lower branch 
of the State Legislature; the city and county send two represen- 
tatives to the Congress of the United States. The City is go- 
verned by a Ma3''or and City Council, the latter in two branches. 
The Mayor and the Second Branch of the City Council are 
elected by the people every two years; the First Branch is elected 
annually. Tlie Mayor is required to be at least twenty-five years 
of age, ten years a citizen of the United States, and to possess 
property to the amount of $500. Tlie members of the Second 
Branch of the Council must have the same property qualification, 
and the members of the First Branch must be assessed to the 
amount of $300 each. 

The Mayor and City Council have the right of passing all 
ordinances whose operations are immediately confined to the 
city; sucli as those for lighting and paving the streets, licensing 
hacks, carts and drays, to ])rovide for the security of the City 
from fire, contagion, &c. and to regulate the police. 

The Cily is divided into twelve wards; each of which wards 
sends two members to the First Branch, and one to the Second 
Branch of the City Council. The following is a list of the muni- 
cipal offices, with their present incumbents and their respective 
salaries. 



OFFICES. 


PRESENT INCUMBENTS. 


SALiiRIES. 


Mayor, 


Samuel Smith, 


$ 2,000 


Register, 


Jesse Hunt, 


1,500 


City Attorney, 


George Gordon Belt, 


600 


Collector of Taxes, 


Samuel Brady, 


Commission 


City Commissioners and 


Wm. Robinson, Js. Cur- 


$760 


Port Wardens, 


ley, _& Jacob D. Hair, 




Clerk to do. 


Yard en. 


650 


Consulting Physician, 


Jno. H. Briscoe. 


700 



OFFICES. 

Health Officer, 

Commissioners of health, 

Clerk to do 

Harbor Master, w. dist., 

do do e. dist., 

Inspector butter & lard, 

beef and pork, 

flaxseed, 

weiglits & meas. 

]ong& dry meas. 

potSc pearl ashes, 

hme i^ charcoal, 

staves & heading, 

Assayer of silver plate, 
Weigher hay and straw, 

Superintendents streets 

and pumps, 
Superintendents chim- 
neys, 

1st district, 

2d do 

3d do 

4th do 

fth do 

6 th do 

7th do 

8th do 

9th do 
10th do 
Clerks of the markets, 

Centre, 
Assistant do., 

Fell's Point, 

Hanover, 

Lexington, 
Assistant do., 

Belle Air, 
Inspectors of Lumber. 



PRESENT INCCMBEKTS. 

Samuel B. Martin, 

Pet. Foy, Jacob Deems, 
and Wm. Stewart, 

David Harris, 

Thomas A. Lane, 

James H. Cole, 

Philemon Towson, 

Elijah P. Barrows, 

Felix Denvier, 

John Lamb, 

George H. Hall, 

Peter S. Ailkin, 

Thomas Maybury, 

McDonald, 

James Diamond, John 
Inloes, and Wm. Pat- 
terson, 

Samuel Steele, 

J. Wysham e. d. Fred. 
Messenger, w. d. 

John Lauderman, Geo. 
Milliman,Wm. Roney. 
John C. Hennick, Geo. 

Ferguson, R. H.Bradly, 

Edward O'Leary, 

Isaac Glass, 

Richard Hedrick, 

John En?-or, 

.John McCabe, 

Henry R. Musser, 

Abram Burch, 

Wm.K. Boyle, 

Edward Oastler, 

Daniel McJilton, 

George W. King, 

George S. Wimmcll, 

James P. Smith, 

John TimmonSj 

Wm. Ball, jr. 

John D. Miller, 

Thomas Mullin, 

Geo. Hall, Josh,Swann, 
Nichs. Burke, James C. 
King, J. H. Thomson, 
Daniel Metzgar, Ths. 
Earickson, John Moore, 

Geo. Ash, H. Herring. . 



SALARIES. 

500 

600 

500 
20 per cent. 
50 do 

fees 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



do 
do 



$ 750 
450 



779,24 

1118,47 

1664,40 

795,17 

1000,87 

706,18 

683,48 

634,40 

69.3,33 

295,12 

500 
350 
300 



350 
250 
150 



OFFICERS. 

Commissioners of Insol- 
vents. 

Clerk 
Captains of night watch, 



Lieutenants do 

Reviewers of flour, 
Trustees of the poor, 



PRESENT INCUMBENTS. 

E. L. Finley/F.H.Da 

vidge, S. H. Taggert. 

S. H. Moore. 

Dan'lPeregoy, &Wm. 
Tucker, e. d. Js. Mul- 
lin, & A. I. W. Jack 
son, m. d. 

Thos. Mullen, 8c Geo, 
B. vSumwalt, w. d. 



Georcre Baily, Henry P. 
Sumner, John Super, 
Hen. P. White, Isaac 
Tyson, Joseph Scott, 

Wm. Dickinson, John 
King, Matthew Ben- 
net.'Bam'l. Rankin, 



SALARIES. 

Fees. 



$30 per month. 

$20 for night 
duty, and $220 
per annum for 
additional ser- 



The Mayor is, hy virtue of his office, a justice of the peace. 
It is hic^W important to the welfare of the city tha a man of 
inVecrHtv eneri-y and abilities should fill this^office, which is by 
no^ieans a slnfcure. The members of the City Council receive 
TvTrdiem of $1 50 for their services; these a so should be per- 
sons of sound discretion, and less devoted to private interest than 
o the public welfare. We admit that it is sometimes extremely 
difficuU to discover persons who possess the latter qualification 
but hey who make \he greatest approximation to this species ot 
excellence should always receive the preference. When we con. 
skier that to the hands of these ofiicers the des inies of a city 
are almost entirely committed, those remarks will not appear to 
be either unnecessary or misplaced. 



Chapter V.-rublic Buildings for Civil Purposes; Im- 
*^ provements, Ac. 

In this, and some of the following chapters, we intend to adhere 
as much as possible to an alphabetical arrangement, which we 
presume will be best adapted lo the purpose oi reference 
^ ^/«i5-House.-This building is situated two and a halt miles 
from he courthouse, on the Franklin road. It has a very hand- 
ome appearance, and is ""der the best possible management. I 
was formerly the country seat of Dennis A. femith, Esq. but wa. 



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altered to suit present purposes. Cost, includinsr the alteration, 
$100,000. It is managed by five trustees, who, at present are 
William Dickinson, John Kin<r, Matthew Bennet, Samuel Rankin. 

Arcades. — The Arcades now in use, are two in number, viz 
the Maryland Arcade, extending: from Market Space to Frederick 
street, between Second and Water streets, and the Lexington 
Arcade, near the Lexington Market. In both are sold dry -goods, 
toys, fancy articles, &c. 

Amiistead Monument. — This is placed in a Gothic niche, be- 
hind the Caivert street City Spring. It was erected to the 
memory of Col. Georoje Armistead, as a tribute of gratitude and 
respect from his lellow-citizens, for his gallant defence of Fort 
McHenry, Sept. 13, 1814. 

-^rse«a;.— Seven miles from Baltimore, at a little village called 
Pikesyille, on the route of the Reisterstown turnpike, is ^situated 
a United Slates Arsenal; a small, but commodious establishment, 
very well adapted to the purpose. 

Bath House. — The Colonade Baths are situated in Saratoga 
street, between Calvert and North streets. This establishment 
has been fitted up with taste and elegance, but seems not to 
receive the encouragement it deserves. 

Battle Monument.— Th\s elegant structure is placed in Monu- 
ment Square. It commemorates the battle of North Point and 
the bombardment of Fort McHenry. It is of white marble, 
adorned with suitable devices of exquisite workmanship, and 
Kurnriounted by a statue representing the presiding divinity of 
Baltimore. It was designed by Maximilian Godefroy. The sculp- 
ture is by Signior Capellano, an Italian artist. 

Bazaar. — The Bazaar runs from Harrison street to the Falls, 
a Hltle north of Baltimore street. It is divided into a number of 
stalls for the sale of dry goods, groceries, lancy articles, china and 
glass ware, &c. it was built by Mr. Jacob Daley, and cost 
$28,000. 

City Hall. — This is a very plain building, hut well suited to the 
urpose to which it is now applied. It was formerly Peak's 
luseum, and is situated in Holliday street, a little south of Sara- 
toga. This building was purchased by the City from the stock- 
holders of the Museum, and cost $10,000, including the necessary 
alterations. It contains the offices of the Mayor, Register, City 
Commissioners and Port Wardens, Commissioners of Health and 
City Collector; also, the halls appropriated to the City Council, 
which are on the second floor and exceedingly handsome and 
suitable apartments. 

Court House — Is situated at the corner of Lexington street 
and Monument Square, nearly in the centre of the twelve wards. 
This edifice is of brick, ornamented with pilasters of the Ionic 
order. Being on the edge of a declivity, the base in front is 
elevated ten or twelve feel above the level of Monument Square. 
A paved court yard surrounds the building. The Court House 
was much injured by fire in 1834, but it is now restored to its for- 



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mer elegance. The orio^inal cost of this biiildin<r was $150,000. 
For an account of the different courts see chapter x. 

Custom House. — The custom house is in the south end of the 
Exchange. An ad(]itional building, intended lor a store-house, 
has been commenced, at the S. E. corner of Gay and Water st 

Dispensaries. — For affording medicines and medical advice 
gratuitously to the poor. These are two in number. See Eas- 
tern and General dispensaries. 



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Eastern Dispensary.— Th\a is at the corner of east Baltimore 
street and Harlord Run. President Wm. McDonald— Physi- | 
cians Drs. Owens, Handy and Heitzelbcrger. ^. o ■ 

Fountains.— There are four public Fountains, or City Springs, 
in Baltimore. 1st in Calvert street, east of Saratoga. 2nd At 
the corner of Charles and Camden streets. 3d At the corner of 
Eden and Pratt streets. Fell's Point. 4th At the head of the 
Centre Market House. Exclusive of these, there are several 
smaller fountains near the Point Market. The three first named 
are not only conveniences but ornaments to the city, beinor sur- 
mounted by domes and placed in enclosures, adorned with trees, 
grass plots, gravel walks, &c. The water issuing from all these 
A)untains is of the finest quality. 

Fort McHennj.—TWm celebrated fortification is on \he point 
of the peninsula which forms the southern boundary of Baltimore 
harbor. A better situation for a fort could scarcely be conceived. 
It is built on a regular and scientific plan, and its abilities for de- 
fence were well tested on the memorable 13th of September 1814. 
It belongs to the general government, which keeps there two or 
tliree companies of artillerists. 

General Dispensary.— In Holliday street, nearly opposite the 
theatre, president, Luke Tiernan, treasurer, Matthew Smith, 
attending physicians, Wm. E. Coale, G. H. Weiherall, Wm. Gricr. 

Hosjntal— The Maryland Hospital is situated on the old Joppa 
road, on a rising ground, about a mile and a half from the court 
house. This building makes a beautiful appearance, and has 
within it accommodations for the "diseased of all maladies." One 
department is appropriated to lunatics, who are sent hither fromi 
all parts of the state. The hospital is of brick, ornan)ented with! 
a cupola. The cost, including that of the grounds attached to it,; 
was $140,000. Potter's field, a free grave yard, is connected' 
with the hospital. 1 

House of Refuge.— The Legislature of Maryland, at Decem-i 
ber session 1830, passed an act of incorporation for a house of 
refuge in the City of Baltimore, and appropriated $20,000 for| 
the purpose of procuring the necessary buildings, but it seems 
the design is not yet carried into execution, for want of sufficient 
funds. 

/w^rmar?/,- -Attached to the University of Maryland, situated 
in Lombard, west of Green street. Patients are received at three 
dollars per week, attended by the best physicians and nursed by 
the Sisters of Charity. This^place is also used as the marine hos- 
pital of the port. 

Jail.— The Baltimore County Jail is placed on the northern 
precincts of the City, near Jones's Falls. It was built in 1800, 
and cost $90,000. We are told that it was modelled after an old 
Italian castle, having two circular turrets at each end. The jail 
is under the immediate charge of a warden, who acts under the 
supervision of a board of visiters appointed by the executive ol 



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the State. The present warden is Mr. John Heron, the visi- 
ters are Messrs. James Carroll, George Williams, Kobert Ham- 
ilton, John Hillen and William Pinkney. 

Law Buildings. — An extensive ran ore, occupied by the gentle- 
*nen of the bar as offices, &c. They are on the site of the Ibrmei- 
Athenaeum, destroyed by fire in 1834. 

Lazaretto and quarantine gi'ounds.— This is a lari^e building, 
with rather a sombre aspect, but answers the purpose A>r which 
it was intended; viz. to prevent the introduction of contagious 
diseases into the city. An ordinance requires that "all vessels 
arriving from beyond sea, between the last of April and the firel 
of November be detained at the quarantine grounds, if the heaJth 
officers think necessary." The Lazaretto is on the point of land 
at the entrance of the harbour, immediately opposite to Fort 
McHenry. 

Market Houses. — The principal market house in Baltimore ia 
the Centre or Marsh Market, situated between Baltimore and 
Water streets, one square W. of Jones's Falls. Jt consists of two 
buildings of suitable dimensions. 2d. Lexington Market is the 
next in importance, its location is in Lexingfon street, between 
Euiaw and Green streets. 3d. The next is the Hanover Market, 
at the corner of Hanover and Camden streets. This buildjng i« 
square, the only one thus shaped in the city. 4th. Then cotnes 
the Fell's Point Market,'in Market street," between Alice Anna 
ind Thames streets. 5th. The Bel Air Market, in Forrest street, 
between Gay and Low streets. 6th. The Richmond Market, at 
the intersection of North Howard and Richmond streets. These 
markets are generally well supplied with fruit, vegetables, meat 
ind poultry. The Fish Market is in Second street, near th« 
f'alls. The Horse Market is held in Swan street, near the Gen- 
re Market House, The market days are as follow. On Moii- 
lays and Thursdays at Hanover; ori Tuesdays and Fridays A, 
^L at Lexington and Fell's Point Market; P. M. of the same 
^ays at Bel Air Market; on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at tht 
>ntre, Fish and Horse Markets; on Saturday nights at Centre, 
!.exington, Hanover and Fell's Point. For' the names of the 
lerks and their salaries, see the preceding chapter. 

Masonic Hall. — The use of which is expressed in the nanre, 
5 a splendid edifice in Sr. Paul's street, corner of Court House 
jane. It fronts Ibrty-two feet on the former and is one htmdred 
;et in depth. The cost was $35,000, See Benevolent Socle^ 
1 chapter x. 



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WASHINGTON MONUMENT. 




Monuments. — The public spirit and gratitude of our City is 
displayed in those splendid memorials which she lias erected in 
honor of the glorious dead. There are three Monuments in Bal- 
tinnore which owe their origin to public munificence, and on this 
foundation rests our claim to the title of the "Monumental City;" 
an enviable distinction. See Aimistead, Battle and Washington 
Monuments. 

Odd Fellows^ Hall. — A very handsome and appropriate build- 
ing, in North Gay street, near the Shot Tower. See cliap. x. 

Penitentiary. — The Maryland Penitentiary is in the immediate 
vicinity of the county jail, and on the same square of ground. 
It is of brick; the main building being square, and having two 
vrings of extensive dimensions. Exclusive of these, there are a 
number of work -shops for the different trades. The wall which 



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•unrounds the Penitentiary is several feet higher than that which 
encloses the jail. The sleeping apartments of the prisoners are 
arranged in a manner very similar to the stalls of an arcad«i 
The prisoners are employed as weavers, comb-makers, shoe- 
makers, hatters, stone-cutlers, &c. The present keeper is Mr, 
Joseph Owens; directors Wm. McDonald, Thomas Kelso, Tho- 
mas W. Hall, James W. McCulloh, Dr. H. W. Barclay, Dr. 
Thomas E. Bond, John G. Proud, Wm. H. Hanson, Wm. Jen- 
kins, Wm. G. Howard, Col. S. D Walker; one vacancy by death. 
The directors are appoinced annually by the governor and coun- 
cil. At this time the Penitentiary contains three hundred and 
ninety-five criminals, three hundred and thirty-one males and 
sixty-four females. 

Post Office. — At the north east corner of North and Fayette 
streets: For rates of postage, arrival and departure of the mail, 
&c. See "Mail establishment," in chapter xi. 

State Tobacco Warehouses. — There are three in the City; Ist. 
No. 1 and 2 at the lower end ofDugan's wharf; and No. 3 at the 
intersection of Light and Conway streets. 

Telegraph. — This great public convenience is erected on a 
considerable eminence, called Federal Hill, on the south side of 
the basin. It corresponds with another station on Bodkin point 
and again with the windows of the dome of the Exchange. So 
that news of the arrival of a vessel thirty miles from the city 
may be transmitted in a few minutes to the latter establishment. 

Watch-houses. — There are three watch-houses in the city: 
1st. called the Eastern, at the corner of Market and Alice Anna 
etreets. Fell's Point; 2d. called the Middle, in North street, corner 
of Orange alley; 3d. or Western, in Paca, near Fayette street. 
The custom of bringing the prisoners confined in the watch- 
houses by night to a public examination the next morning, (a 
custom which prevails in other cities, with doubtful advantage,) 
is dispensed with in Baltimore. For trifling offences, the pun- 
ishment of a night's incarceration is deemed sufficient, without 
adding an exposure which cannot fail to make the culprit more 
hardened and shameless. They who are detected in oflfences of 
greater magnitude, of course, meet with more suitable punishment. 

Water Works. — These are situated at the corner of Calvert 
and Centre streets. Their use is to raise the waters of Jones's 
Falls, to be distributed through the city. Two spacious basins 
or reservoirs have been built near the water works, which are 
enclosed in a very handsome manner, so as to be an ornament 
as well as a work of utility. The water works are the property 
of an incorporated company. 

The Public Store. — This superb building rapidly advancing 
towards completion, is situated S. E. corner of Gay and Water 
Bts., is 98 feet fronting Gay st. by 72 feet Water st. in dimensions, 
four stories high, basement granite, and is admirably adapted for 
a convenient and safe depot for custom house stores, being eom- 
pletely fire proof. 



Obapter VI.— Public Buildings far Religious For* 
poses. 

Baptist Churches.— \ St. Baptist, at the corner of Lombard and 
l^harp streets. This building is in a circular li)rm, having a por- 
tico, with six Doric coUimns on the west side Tfie architect was 
Mr. Mills. Cost $50,000. Pastor Reverend S. P. Hill; 2d. Bap- 
tist, in Fleet street, Fell's Point, pastor, J. Healy, Sil. or Ebe* 
nezer Baptist, North Calvert, between Saratoga and Lex- 
ington streets. Mount Zion— Corner Exeter and Bah. Total 4. 

Bethel, or Seamen's Church,— On Fell's Point, fronting thfr 
harbor. This building, though not very large, is handsonie and 
convenient. 




MARINERS' CHURCH, BALTIMORE. 



The Mariners' Church is situated in Philpot Street, Fell's Point, fronting tl 
harbour. The house is free for all Seamen. 

It is opened for Public Worship on the morning of every Sabbath, at ten o'clock 
in ^nmmer, and eleven in winter; and in the afternoon, at three o'clock. 



Catholic Churches.— 1st. The Cathredra!, probably the largest 
church in the United States, is built of granite, in the form of a 
cross. It is situated near the corner of Mulberry and Charles 
streets, the principal entrance is on Cathredral street. The lenf^tli 
of the building is one hundred and filty-six feet, the breadth of 
each projection formincr the arms' of the cross is thirty-six leet. 
Tlie heioht of the dome is ninety -five feet; the height of the 
lowers, when completed, will be one hundred and twenty feet. 
The cost of the building, in its present unfinished state was 
$225,000. 2d. The second Catholic church is St. Peter's, at the 
corner of Sarato.ra and Little Sharp streets. It is the oldest 
Catholic church In Baltimore. St. Peter's is attached to the 
Cathredi-al. The pastors who officiate in both are Rev. Samuel 
Eccleston, Archbishop, Rev, R. Smith, Mr. Windright and E. 
J. Damphoux. 3d. St. John's, on the corner of Saratoga and 
Park streets, Rev. G. Barth, pastor. 4th. St. Patrick's, Market 
street, Fell's Point, Rev. N. Kerney, pastor. 5th. St. Mary s 
Chapel, at the Seminary, Pennsylvania Avenue. This church xa 
said to be a perfect specimen of Gothic architecture. 6th. St. 
James's C/iape/, north of Monument street, Rev. Mr. Gildea, pas- 
tor. It was built by the late Archbishop Whitfield, with his own 
private funds. In addition to these, w-e must meniion the Car- 
melite Institution, a large brick building for monastic purposes in 
Aisquiih street, to which a chapel has lately been added, rotal 
of Catholic churches, seven. 

English Lutheran.— In Lexington street, between Howard anT 
Park streets. Rev. J. G. Morris, pastor. 

Episcopalian.— Isi. St. Pauls, at the corner of Charles and 
Saratoga streets. Length of the building one hundred and 
tvventy°six feet, height of the steeple, the same. Cost !cJl42,000. 
The steeple is remarkable for the beauty of its architecture,, 
embracing three different orders. Rev. W. E. Wyatt, pastor. 
2d. St. Peter's, at the corner of Sharp and German streets. Rev. 
J. P. K. Henshavv, pastor. 3d. Christ Church. The present 
building is at the corner of Gay and Fayette streets. This is r 
church of large dimensions, is without a steeple, but has an ele- 
gant portico, supported by six fluted columns of the composite 
order. Rev. John Johns, pastor. 4th. Trinity church in Trinity 
street, near Exeter. 5th. St. Andrew's Church, formerly Christ 
Church, at the corner of East Baltimore and Front streets; Rev. 
Henry Johns, pastor. This building is now occupied by Uie 
former congregation of Trini^- church. 6th. There is an African 
Episcopal church at the corner of Holliday and Saratoga streets;. 
Rev. Mr. Livingetonj pastor- Total 6. 

German Lutheran.— In North Gay street, near the shot tower. 

Ger. Refprmed;— In Second st. the steeple, which is the highest 
in Baltimore, contains- the town clock. Pastor Rev. Mr.Heiner. 

German^ Evangelical Reformed.-ln Conway, between Sharpe 
liid Hanover streets; Rev.. P. Harman, pastor. 



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Jeioish Synagogue. — In Harrison street, Ibrmerly llie residence 
of Mr. B. Edes, printer. 

Melliodist Episcopal Churches.— Ut. h\crhi street, near Balti- 
more street. 2d. Eutavv, near Mulberry street. 3d. Exeter, near 
Gay street. 4th. Caroline, near East Baltimore street. 5t[i. 
Wiike street, corner of Apple Alley. 6th. corner of Sharpe and 
Barre streets. 7th. corner of Monument and SterlinjT streets. 
8th. McKendrean Ch-jpel, Lombard, near Paca street. 9th., 
Wesleyan Chapel in Sharpe, near Lee street. 10th. William's 
street Federal Hill. j^fricaUy 1st. in Sharp, near Pratt street. 
9d. in P*)tter, near Dou£^las street. 3d. In Strawberry Alley, 
near Fleet street. Fell's Point. 4th. In Saratoga, near Gay street. 
Total of Methodist Episcopal Churches. 14. 

Methodist Protestant.— l^t. St. John's, Liberty street. 2d. Al 
the corner of Aisquith and Pitt streets. 3d. Or Missionary 
Church, Harford Avenue. Total 3. 

Presbyterians. — 1st. At the corner of Fayette and Nortlv 
streets. It has two steeples and a portico supported by four pil- 
lars. Rov. Mr. Backus, pastor. 2(1. At the corner of Fast Bal- 
timore and Lloyd streets; Rev. R. Breckinridge, pastor. Sd. In 
North Eutaw, between Saratoga and Mulberry streets; Rev. Mr 
Musgrave, pastor. Associate Reformed, in Fayette, between 
Charles and Liberty streets; Rev. J. M. Duncan, pastor. 4th. 
West Baltimore street extended, Rev. Mr. Guiteau, pastor. 5th. 
Hanover street, Rev. J. G. Hamner, pastor. This is a new 
church which has been built during the last year. The associate, 
(originally Scotch Seceders) Churcli, Courtlaud, cast side, North 
Qf wSaratoga street 

Reformed Presbyterian, — Churcb, Asquith street extended, 
Rev. W. L. Roberts^ pastor, formerly called the Missionary 
Church, first Reformed Presbyterian, congregation occupy the 
church built by Mr. Warfield, St. Paul's street. 

Quakers or Friends. — 1st. In Lombard, between Howard and" 
Eutaw streets. 2d. Corner of Pitt and Aisquith streets. 3d.. 
Corner of Saratoga and Courtland streets. Total 3. 

Unittwian. — At the corner of Charles and Franklin streets. 
This is a beautiful specimen of architecture. Cost $100,000; 
5astor, Mr. Burknap. 

Universalists. — This, new and elegant structure, is corner Cal-. 
yeic and Pleasant sts. — Rev. L. S. Everret pastor, dw. High, 
street, a few. doors from Gay. St. Total number of Churches irk 
l^altimore 53._ __ ^^ 



Chapter VIZ.— Buildings for the purposes of £itera« 
ture, Science, Charity, and Public Amusement. 

Adelphi Theatre. — A very small establishment, so called, is 
placed at the corner of North and Saratoi^a streets. It is but 
rarely opened for dramatic performances, and is more frequently 
used Ibr exhibitions of paintings, &c. 

Asbury Co//fg-e.— Established in 1816; now situated at the CM"- 
ner of North and Fayette streets; it receives none but day stu- 
dents. The number of pupils at this time is sixty, M. Power,. 
Principal. 

Assembly Rooms. — This building, located at the corner of 
Holliday and Fayette streets, has lately been altered in height 
from two to three stories, and otherwise improved. The danc- 
ing rooms are on the second ffoor. Cost of the building $38,000. 
before the alteration. Jt was built in 1787. 

Baltimore College. — Nearly opposite the Cathedral, in Mulber- 
ry street. It is exclusively devoted tt) day scholars; the number 
of which at present are 130. This college is attached to the 
University of Maryland-. The dimensions of the building are 82 
feet by 50. Principal John Prentiss. 

Concert Hall. — In south Charles street. It contains a large 
room very suitable for balls, &Ci 

Commerce Street Assembly Rooms. —These are situated in Com- 
merce street, and adapted to the same purposes as the preceding.. 

Female Orphan Asylum. — Incorporated in 1808, and intended 
to afibrd shelt;^r and education to destitute orphan children. It 
i3 situated in Mulberry near Park street. 

Front Street Theatre. — This is the largest theatre in the city,, 
but very plain on its exterior. It can easily be arranged, to an- 
swer the purpose of a circus, for which, indeed, it was originally 
intended. The cost was $27,000. 

Holliday Street Theatre. — -This house is small, but very taste- 
ful; its front is ornamented with six Doric pilasters. It is the Bal- 
timore Drury, the oldest and most fashionable theatre in the city. 
The originai cost of this building was $50,000.. 

Library. — The Baltimore Library is on the lower ffoor of (he 
Assembly Uoom^, at the corner of Holliday and Fayette streets, 
entrance on Holliday street. It was incorporated "in 1796. At 
present this is a very large and valuable collection of books. 

McKim's Free SchooU — Araong the public buildings which 
ornament Baltimore, we must consider as, deserving of particular 
notice, the Free School, at the corner of east Baltimore and Ais- 
quith streets. It is. a:; superb structure, built after the model of 
the Temple of Theseus in Athens, and owes its origin to the mu- 
nificence of IsaacMcKim, esq. son of the late JohnMcKimi. 

Museum. — The Baltimore Museum is at the corner of Baltic- 
more and Calvert streets. Its external appearaiice is perhaps,, 
^u^erior ta that of any similar establishment in the United Stately. 



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The paintings, natural and artificial curiosities, and exhibi- 
tions, and other attractions are deserving of particular attention, 
and cannot fail to afford the amusement for which they are de- 
signed. The saloon, where concerts and similar performances are 
cairied on, is very spacious, and exceedingly well calculated for 
such purposes. Proprietor Mr, DeSehling. 

Public Schools. — Tliese are eight in number. Male school No. 
1, and female No. 2, are held in a very large and handsome stone 
building, 90 by 70 leet, at the corner of Greene and Fayette 
streets.'^ This building will accommodate 400 boys, and as many 
^irls in different apartments. Tiie number of pupils at present is 
160 boys and 82 girls. Teacher of the male school, Mr. McJil- 
ton, of the female Miss McConkey, Male school No. 2, is 
kept over the engine house, Fell's Point; number of pupils 136, 
teacher, Mr. Robinson. Male school No. 3, is in a convenient 
house, erected for the purpose, in Aisquith, near Pitt street, 80 
pupils, Mr. Carter teacher. Female school No. 1 , is over the 
engine house. Fell's Point, 65 pupils, Miss McDermot teacher. 
Fo" other free schools, Sunday schools, &,c. see chapter x. 

Saint Mary's College. —Incorporaited as an university in 1806. 
The buildings, which are of considerable extent, are situated near 
Pennsylvania avenue, and embrace the college aforef<aid and a 
theoloo-ical seminary. The establishment contains a library of 
12,000" volumes, a chemical apparatus, and a botanical garden. 
The present number of students is IDO of which 123 are boarder.-^. 
President of the College, Rev. John J. Chanche; Rev. Dr. L. R, 
Deluol, President of the Seminary. 

Saint Mary's Orphan Asylum.— For the support and education 
of destitute female orphans, a building for the use of this benevo> 
lent institution is situated in Erankhn street, between Charles 

and Park streets. . ,,• . . , . , 

Theatres.— Bdlhmore has three of these establishments, which 
have been already described, as the Adelphi, Front street^ and. 
Hi)lliday street theatres.. 



University of Maryland. — Situation at the corner of Greene 
and Lombard streets. The building is formed on a classic model; 
the portico, is supported by eio^ht Doric columns. It has a dome 
surmounting a rotunda, Cafeet in diameter. This institution has 
four faculties, viz. Divinity, Law, Physic, and the Arts and Sci- 
ences, To this University is attached the Bahimore College, 
and Baltimore Infirmary, which see. The University of Mary- 
land was incorporated A. D. 1812. 

Washington Medical College.— The buildings lately erected 
by this institution, are said to he on the most elevated grounds, 
within the limits of the city; they are constructed in a novel and 
magnificent style of architecture. The length is 195 feet. The 
centre building is circular, 40 feet in diameter, and four stories io 
height. At equi distant poinis connected with the main building; 




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are four quadrangular turrets six stories high, with obelisk roofs. 
There are two wings each 60 by 40 feet. On the whole, the 
college presenis a most imposing appearance. 

The reader will please to observe that there are some build- 
ings intended for mercantile and manufacturing purposes, which 
remain yet to be described, and which are highly deserving ol 
notice. But, as we have devoted the two Ibllowing chapters to 
the consideration of all topics which relate to commerce and 
manufactures, we have, (to avoid repetition and to conform with 
the plan we have'marked out,) deferred a description of the said 
buildings until we come to treat of those subjects with which they 
are more immediately connected. 



Chapter VIZI.— IVEanufactures. 

Before we commence on this division of our subject, it seems 
to be a kind of necessity to make some allusion to the difficulties 
we have encountered in obtaining the requisite information, and 
_to offer some apology for what we may have failed to accomplish. 
It was our particular wish to make this department of our work, 
as far as the nature of things would permh,perject; and certainly 
we have spared no pains for the attainment of that object. For 
our original and chief design was to aflord a fair and perspicuous 
view of the resources of our city, of which resources, the manu- 
factures assuredly form a very material part. To this point we 
have probably devoted more care and attention than any persons 
who have preceded us in similar undertakings, and we should 
wrong ourselves to hint that our labors have been wholly inefiec- 
tual. We do not, however, pause to congratulate ourselves on 
what has been done; but we rather lament tliat we have fallen 
short of our wishes and expectations. The sources from which 
we were compelled to derive our knowledge of facts, appeared 
sometimes to be unaccountably reluctant in affording us the de- 
sired information; and, in a few instances, our enquiries were 
met by decided refusals. On the contrary, numbers of persons 
seemed to favor our design, with a liberality which did honor to 
their heads and hearts. To this cause^ namely, the difficulty, 
(we may say the impossihilily,) jf obtaining correct information, 
may be attributed most of those deficiencies which we fear are to 
be discovered in this sketch of the manufactures of Baltimore. 

But, as it was totally out of our power to be diffusive, in a 
work so circumscribed in limits as the present, it must be evident 
that those manufactures which are not of a rare or extensive na- 
ture could not receive any thing more, at farthest, than a casual 
notice in this treatise. We suggest this fact, that no person may 
conceive himself slighted by an omission which circumstances 
rendered unavoidable. Having premised this much, we now prr 



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vved to a consideration of the principal "Manufactures of Balti- 
more." 

Agricultural Implements.— k manufactory of these useful arti^ 
cles is carried on, in connection with a seed store, by Jonathan 
Eastman, No. 76 Pratt street. Another extensive factory of all 
kinds of Ajrricultural Implements, &c. is carried on by Messrs. 
Moore 8c Mavnard in Licrht, near Pratt street. It is connected 
with the seed store of Mr- R, Sinclair, Jr. and also with the 
extensive nursery of fruits, flowers, and ornamental trees, under 
the management of Mr. R Sinclair, Senr., at Claremont, about 
three miles from Baltimore. 

^aArme*.— Several large manufactories of crackers and ship 
biscuit are in operation in ditferent parts of the city. The pro- 
cess of manufacturing crackers has been greatly improved and 
facilitated by recent inventions. The bread bakeries, of course, 
are numerous, the latter are carried on in this city chiefly by Ger- 
mans or persons of German extraction. 

Breweries— Ui Claggett's, in Water street, near the Falls, 
manufactures annually, on an average, beer, porter and ale to the 
imountof ----- 10,500 bbls. 

Samuel Lucas, corner of Hanover and Washington 
streets, ----- 7,000 

George French, Camden street, do. do. 1,000 

Joshua Medtart, (or Saratoga Brewery,) west end 
Saratoga street, . - - - 5,000 

Total, 23,500 
Besides these, there are several minor breweries, the amount 
of whose manufactures, we have not been able to ascertain. 

Brick Making.— 'Y\\\^ branch of business has of late years 
become one of pecuUar interest to the citizens of Baltimore, as 
it presents a mean of profitable enterprise which at one lime 
could by no means have been anticipated. Mr. Griffith, in his 
Annals of Baltimore, tells us that the first brick houses erected m 
this city were composed of the imported material. So remarka- 
ble a change has taken place in these matters, that the city of 
Baltimore mnv exports large quantities of this article, manuHic- 
tured in her immediate vicinity. The clay in the neighbourhood 
of Baltimore is so admirably adapted to this manufacture, that 
the bricks of Baltimore are 'universally admitted to be the very 
best in the countrv; and this fact is sufficiently evident from the 
circumstance that the fronts of all the best houses in Boston, 
New York, Philadelphia, and the other large cities on the sea 
are built of Baltimore made bricks. It is not to be wondered at 
therefore, that the amount of this manufacture, has greatly m- 
creased within a few years, and that it is still rapidly in the 
advance. The principal brick makers in Baltimore are Messrs, 
Berry, Childs and Phillips, Samuel Moore, Wm. Krebs, Reese, 
Burns and Russell. 



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Brush Making. — There are eight persons in Ihe city engaged 
in this line of business, and most of their establishments are on 
a very large scale. Brushes were formerly one of the articles 
made in the Penitentiary, but we believe the manufacture has 
been discontinued there. 

Cabinet and Chair Making. — ^The products of these arts are 
manufactured in large cjwaniiiies, and n)any of them, especially 
of the latter, are prepared for exportation. 

Candle and Soap Factories, — There are eight or ten in Balti> 
more, most of which are large establishments, and a« we believe, 
they produce the articles not only in abundance, but of a superior 
-quality. The Fancy and Windsor Soap Manufactory of the 
Messrs. Hyde in Pleasant street, affords some exquisite speci- 
mens of these fashionable requisitions of the toilette. 

Carpet Factories. — A large establishment for the manufacture 
of Ingrain carpeting is carried on by Mr. C. G. Conradt, in 
Granby sireei, near the Falls. This factory can produce annu- 
ally 50,000 square yards of an excellent quality. 

Castor Oil Factory, — West Falls Avenue; George W. Waif, 
proprietor; Chocolate, Ginger and Mustard are made in the same 
works. The mill is moved by steam power. 

Coach Making. — Splendid articles in this line of business are 
produced in Baltimore. In this branch of the mechanic arts we 
■do not succomb to any other place on the continent, as it respects 
beauty and durability of the workmanship. But one factory of 
this kind deserves particular attention, on account of the extent 
of its operations. Of this factory, (which is situated at the 
•corner of North and Monument streets,) Stockton and Stokes 
are the proprietors. In this establishment water power is used 
for various purposes connected with the business; it also gives 
employment to about one hundred workmen and boys. 

Coach Fringe, Lace and Cord Factories. — There are four in 
the city; one in Water street, near Calvert, one in South, near 
Baltimore street, one in South Charles street, and one in Lexing- 
ton street. 

Comb Factory. — A large comb f.ictory, the property of M. De 
Young, was in operation several years ago, at the corner of Lex- 
ington and Eutaw streets. Wliile those highly ornamented tor- 
toise shell cornhs were in fashion, this manufactory produced a 
great quantity, for tlie making of which it had all the requisite 
machinery, some of which machinery was very complicated and 
expensive. 

Chemical JVorks. — The Maryland Chemical Works, on the 
south side of the basin, near Federal Hill, manufactures alum, 
cpsora salts, blue vitriol, yellow and green chrome, tartaric acid, 
rochelle salts, and many other drugs. These works are on a very 
large scale, and are sufficient to supply almost any demand. Be- 
sides these, there are six or eight otheV establishments lor similar 
manufactures within the bounds of the city. 



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Copper Boiling. — A lar^e mill for this purpose is in operation 
on Smith's wharK It is called' the Vallona Copper Works. 

Cotton Factories. — These are very numerous in Baltimore and 
its neighborhood. The following will present a view ot' this spe- 
cies ol manufacture. 

JYames of Factories, Location, Proprietors, SfC. 

Lanvale, Falls turnpike, H. D.Evans, proprietor, 150 hands, 
200,000 lbs. cotton annually. 

Hillen street Factory, in Hillen street, J. Orr, proprietor. 

Thistle, Patapsco river, Messrs. Morris, proprietors, hands vary, 
spindles 5,000, 820 000 lbs. annually. 

Powhaton,* Gwynn's Falls, conducted by a company, 150 
hands; 5,000 spindles; 250,000 lbs. annually. 

Franklinville, Little Gunpowder Falls, James Mahool, manager, 
100 hands; 2,000 spindles; 15,220 lbs. yarn; 575,000 yards cotton. 

Maryland, 100 hands, 2,900 spindles. 

Savage, Lr. Patuxent, 5,100 spindles, 250 hands, 1,369,000 yds. 

Warren, Great Gunpowder Falls, conducted by a company, 
120 hands; 2.400 spindles, 600,000 to 720,000 lbs. annually. 

Citv Steam Duck Factory, French street, A. Mitchell, proprie- 
tor, 130 hands; 2,100 spindles, 250,000 Ihs. annually. 

Cotton Carpets.— The manufacture of this article is carried on 
so extensively by numerous individuals in different parts of the 
city, that it is impossible to enter inio particulars. 

Drugs. — See Chemical Works. 

Flour.— See Mills. 

French Burr Mill Stones. — Are made by Morris & Egenton, 
near Pratt street bridge, and Jno. McMahon, Pratt st. w. of Gay. 

Gas TVorks.— These works, by means of which not only our 
streets are illuminated, but many of the stores, the churches, 
museum, theatres, &c., occupy a building of most unprepossessing 
appearance at the south west corner of North and Saratoga sts 
The utility of this establishment is almost beyond computation, 
but it is one unpleasant circumstance attending it thai the efflu- 
via it sends forth is very disagreeable to the alfactories, if not 
prejudicial to health. Its" location, in the heart of the city, does 
not detract from this inconvenience. 

Glass {Window) Factory.— The only one now in operation in 
Baltimore, (though two others have been built,) is for the manufac- 
ture of window glass, on the south side of the basin. It is the 
property of Mr. P. R. D. Frieze. It now manufactures 4,000 
boxes o'f 100 ieet each, but the business can readily be extended 
to meet an increase of demand. 

Glass Cutting.— A large amount of Jlhis kind of work is done 
by sundry individuals. One establishment for this purpose which 

♦The Powhatan factory has one hundred power looms; it makes annually 
about 840,000 yards of brown shirtings, besides a great quantity of carpet 
chain, seine twiue, candle wick, and cottoa wrapping twine. 
3 



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is situated on the Falls, near Baltimore street, is moved by a 
steam encrine and is capable of performing a vast quantity of 
work. The proprietor is Henry Bay ley. 

Iron IVorks. — There are a number of artificers in Baltimore 
who manufacture various kinds of iron work, with surpassintr in- 
genuity and skill. Mr. Martin Mettee, in President street, near 
Pratt, is the patentee of those admirable pump irons, &c. which 
render the public waterincr places of Baltimore so vastly superior 
to any, (as we believe,) to be met with elsewhere. The excel- 
lence of these pump irons has been so well established, that their 
use bids fair to become general in this city, and, (if prejudice 
would allow it,) in every other city where they could be brought 
to the test of experiment. Mr. Mettee also manufactures fancy 
grates, railings, and fire proof doors. George Gillingham, in 
Gillingham Alley makes iron machinery of all kinds, rail road car 
wheels, &c. Besides these, there are many smiths, whose profi- 
ciency in the art deserves the highest commendation, but to this, 
as well as to many other branches of industry we are compelled 
to be unjust, (if the term will apply to us in such a case,) for want 
of room to particularise the merits of the diflerent artists. 

Iron Founderies. — Manufactories of cast iron articles, are met 
with in different parts of the city. Within a few years past seve- 
ral &love factories have been established among us; viz. The 
factory of Joseph Simms, denominated Baltimore Stove Factory, 
corner of Light and Lombard sts, John Gable, 45 Light st- and 
Oliver Parker, No. 45, S. Calvert st. See steam engine factories. 

Mills in General. — Of the immense water pov/er in and near 
Baltimore we have previously given a hint; but, not to let the 
matter rest wholly on our own authority, we quote the following 
observations, which, we think, will be sufficient to place the fact 
beyond a doubt. Mr Trimble, form.erly a member of Congress 
from Kentucky, in a speech, on a certain occasion, gave it as his 
opinion, "that there is no equal space of ground in the Union, 
that has so much natural water power, united with so many local 
facilities, as the' circle around Baltimore of thirty miles radius." 
The late General Harper, who had carefully examined the sub- 
ject, says on a like occasion, "that a circle of twenty miles radius, 
of which, Baltimore is the centre, contains water power sufficient 
to put in motion from 1,000,000 to 1,200,000 spindles, with a 
corresponding number of looms, and all the machinery necessary 
for their repair and complete operation."' The extent of this 
advantage will be better understood when the reader has become 
acquainted with the number of mills, &c. placed on the different 
streams in our neighborhood. This information we will endeavor 
to convey in the following table, wiiich we do not promise will be 
altogether complete; as some new works have undoubtedly arisen, 
since the topographical survey from which we have derived our 
information on this subipnt. 



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Table, exhibiting a view of the Water Power now occupied in and 
near Baltimore. 
On what streams Located. 



Description of 
the Mittt or Fac- 
tories. 


4 

•a 

8 
1 


1 


1? 


1 


1 
1 

1 


1 


1 

3 


1 

1 


1 


Distance from Balti- 
more. 


Merchant Mills, 
Grist do. 
Powder do. 
Paper do. 
Oil do. 
Dyewood do. 
Oottou Factories. 
Woolen do. 


9 
4 

1 



2 


1 





17 


12 

4 
2 
1 


1 
2 





22 


6 




1 

4 



3 
1 

15 


? 






1 




3 
1 

5 


2 
2 




2 



1 




7 













1 



1 









1 





1 



c 


2 
2 


1 
1 

1 







8 


31 
14 

3 

1 

2 

12 
2 

1 
1 
8 
2 

77 


On J. Falls 10 miles. 
On G. Falls 12 miles. 
On Pts. river U do. 
OnG. Gnnpowd. Jl. 
OnL. Gunpowd. 16. 
On Curtis's Creek 7 
On L. Patuxent 15. ' 
Oil Her. Run 5 1.2. 


Spade do. 
Iron Works. 
Copper do. 


Note. Several 

mills and factories 
not in operation. 



On glancing an eye over the preceding table, it will probably 
occur to the reader that notwithstanding there is much water 
power taken up, a good deal remains out of use. In this suppo- 
sition he will be right: the waters of Jones's Falls are very abund- 
ant and but little affected by drought. The head of this stream 
is SOO feet above tide water, at 15 miles from Baltimore. Gvvynn's 
Falls head about 20 miles from Baltimore, 680 feet above tide. 
On Patapsco river, there are a number of convenient mill-seats 
unoccupied; and probably the other streams afford similar oppor- 
tunities. The capital nivested in the flour mills on the aforesaid 
streams is said to be about $1,200,000. Four of these mills can 
each make 200 barrels of flour in twenty-four hours; and they 
average from 16,000 to 18,000 barrels annually. There are 
seven others which average from 11,000 to 13,000 barrels in a 
year. These latter can make from 100 to 120 barrels in twenty- 
four hours. Fourteen other mills average about 9,000 barrels per 
annum, and four others about 4,000 each. The remaining flour 
mills are various in magnitude and power; most of the mills here 
mentioned are reported to be of the most excellent construction 
that skill, ingenuity and experience could devise. 

Oil Cloth Manufactory. — By Dennison & Conain, South High 
street. See advertisement. 

Planing and Grooving Mill, — One, worked by steam power, is 
now situated near Light street wharf, in Barre street. It belongs 
to a company. 

Potteries.— This ancient and useful mystery engages the in- 
dustry and talent of a number of persons. There are eight pot- 



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teries in the city, generally carried on by men of enterprise, in 
whose hands the ai-t has attained considerable improvement. 

Rope Making. — A steam apparatus, for the making of cordage 
is conducted by Mr. Ridgaway-No. 66 South street. A very large 
rope-walk, the machinery moved by horse power, is situated near 
Market street. Fell's Point, in the rear of St. Patrick's church. 
There, are one or two others on Gallows hill and one near Fori 
Covini^ton. 

Sail Making. — This art, of course, is well cultivated in a city 
of a commercial character equal to that of Baltimore. 

Shiv Building. — At a very early period, Baltmiore became 
celebrated for the construction of small craft of extraordinary 
speed; so that the swiftness of the "Baltimore Clippers" is pro- 
verbial among the sailors. Of late years, the same superiority 
has become manliest in Baltimore made vessels of a larger class; 
and vessels of war have been built at our ship-yards for the use 
of other governments, which is a proof that the lame of our ship- 
wrights has reached foreign countries; a circumstance which 
cannot fail to have a very favorable effect on the extension of this 
branch of business. 

Steam Engine Factories. — Charles Reeder, south side of the 
basin, makes steam-enrrines, tanks and machinery in general. 
Watchman & Bratt, Williams street. Federal liill, manufacture 
the same articles, for which they have lately erected extensive 
buildings and furnished them with all the necessary apparatus. 
These gentlemen generally keep employed from 230 to 240 hands. 

The Canton Iron Works are worthy of particular notice under 
this head. They are the property of Messrs. Johnson &. Abbott. 
The power used is steam; and three engines are usually employed. 
There is said to be but one other manufactory in the United 
States, which makes the heavy work, such as piston and con- 
necting rods, walking beams, &c. Consequently this establish- 
ment does that description of work for a large portion of the 
country. The other manufactory referred to is in New Jersey. 

Stove Manufactories. — See Iron works. 

Shot Factories. — The Phosnix Shot Tower, which is 234 feet 
in height, can make 200 hags per day. Each bag contains 25 lbs., 
so that the daily quantity this factory can produce is 5,000 lbs. 
In a year, calling the year 300 days, which allows for Sundays 
and other holidays, it can turn out 1,500,000 lbs. of ghot. Shot 
Tower Company of Baltimore, John Franciscus, President, sit- 
uated in North Gay street, built in 1823, manufactures all sizes 
of drop shot, in quantity and quality equal to any in the United 
States. The Baltimore Shot Tower, near the Gay street bridge, 
was the first built in the city; the height is i87 feet. The 
Eutaw Company, was incorporated at the December session of 
the legislature, 1835, David Keener, Persident, John Myers, 
Secretary. This company prepares shot of all descriptions, and 
is especially celebrated Ibr the perfection and beauty of the buck 



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shot and rifle balls made at their works by o new patent shot 
machine. These works are in South Eutaw street extended. 

Type Foundry. -The only letter press type foundry now in 
the city, is situated in Lovely lane, between South and Calvert 
streets. It is owned by a company; Fielding Lucas, junr. agent, 
No. 136 Baltimore street. W, & J. Neale, have a Stereotype 
Foundry, No. 174 Baltimore street. 

Wooien Factories. — Messrs. Whitworth & Sons, Cove street, 
manutacture annually 80,000 yards of Linsey, the average valufe 
of which is forty cents per yard, and 200,000 yards of Satinett, 
averaging seventy-five cents per yard. These gentlemen have 
another establishment in Lexington street, extended. Another 
smaller woolen factory is carried on by Mr. Knox in Lexington 
street, above Cove street. All these factories are worked by 
steam power. Near Franklin town, about six miles from Balti- 
more, is the woolen factory of Messrs. Wethered and Brothers. 
These gentlemen have several times received the premium offered 
by the American Institute of New York for the best superfine 
broad cloths, &c. They can make ^innually 12,000 yards, broad- 
cloth, 30,000 do. cassimeres, 30,000 do. sattinetts, 40,000 do. 
Kentucky jeans. Total H2,000 yards per annum. 

Besides the Ibregoing, it may easily be imagined that Balti- 
more is not deficient in those species of workmanship which are 
common in all cities. We have already fulfilled the promise made 
in the beginning of this chapter, by noticing in a compendious 
manner those manufactures which, from their variety and indi- 
vidual extent, seemed to be of the utmost importance to the- 
reader, who seeks information. More than this could scarcely be 
expected from us; for in this city containing 100,000 inhabitants, 
tv\'o thirds of the population at least are engaged in handicraft 
employments, and it must be perceived at a glance that to enter 
into a description of those various operations would be to produce 
a work so voluminous as to be altogether inconsistent with our 
present design. 



Chapter ZZ<— Commerce of Baltimore. 

The rapid advancement of Baltimore in prosperity and opu- 
lence is a circumstance in her history so notorious and so fre- 
quently remarked, that any thing additional we can now say on 
that topic would appear entirely superfluous. But there is another 
fact which seems not lo be so generally known, or being known, 
is not so repeatedly urged on the attention of the public, and 
which nevertheless is a fact that involves too many interesting 
considerations to be passed over in silence. The fact to which 
we have reference is, that the advancement of Baltimore, for 
some years back, has by no means equalled what her former pro* 
gress, as well as her native and adventitious advantages, might 
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have given reason to expect. If the population of a city may be 
referred to as indicating its progressive improvement, the reader 
will find, by turning to a former part of this work, that the in- 
crease of inhabitants, since 1820, has been proportionably much 
less than it was for thirty years antecedent to that period. Our 
surprise will not be lessened when we reflect that within the 
thirty years we speak of, there occurred a war with England and 
several other events which might reasonably be supposed to have 
an injurious effect on the growth of the city. As to the causes 
whicli have retarded our progress for the last 18 or 20 years, 
there appears to be a difference of opinion; and we do not wish 
to advance any hypothesis which might seem to invite a contro- 
versy. One suggestion, however, it seems to be our duly to 
make; namely, that our commercial interests, ought, at all times, 
to be our primary consideration, and when these are neglected for 
any other pursuit, the prosperity of our city must languish. The 
investment of capital in manufactures and internal improvement 
is highly to be recommended; but these matters should be regarded 
in their true light, as of secondary importance, and merely subsi- 
diary to our commerce. Had this momentous truth received the 
attention it deserves, it is probable thai A''ew York, at this time, 
would not have been so far in advance of us, as we find, to our 
mortification, that she is. In order that we may reap the full ad- 
vantage of those magnificent projects which are to open for us 
new avenues of trade with distant stales, it is highly requisite 
that our commerce should be in such a flourishing condition that 
those states may find Baltimore the most eligible market for the 
purchase^ as well as the sale of commodities; otherwise, our great 
works of internal improvement will bid fair to be of as much ad- 
vantage to other cities as to our own. We must, therefore, be 
enabled, either by manufactures at home, or by importations from 
abroad, to supply amply those articles of traffic with which we 
propose to reciprocate that increase of inland trade for which vvf- 
are making such extensive preparations. Very many of these 
articles, of course, ca72720^ be supplied by home manufactures at 
least for the present, and for these we must trust to commerce. It 
is highly important, moreover, that the importation should be 
direct from those countries of which the said articles are the pro- 
ducts, and not through the medium of any other American city. 
It will be found of great importance also that the merchandise we 
receive by our rail roads, &c. if intended for exportation, should 
be exported immediately from Baltimore to foreign ports; for if 
such merchandise be carried through Baltimore and exported 
from Philadelphia or N«v/ York, our city will receive but a small 
portion of the benefit. The true interest of Baltimore docs not 
consist in making the city a thoroughfare, but a place of deposit, 
a mart, where merchandise must change owners, or be transferred 
from one mode of conveyance to another. 
We trust the time is not far distant when Baltimore will start 



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forward once more in the race of improvement with renovated 
vigor and with increased confidence in her own powers. That 
she has achieved much is not to be questioned, and when we speak 
of her short comings, we speal^ of her as one to whom much has 
been granted, and from whom very much is to be expected. We 
see no necessity for making Philadelphia or N. York a medium of 
communication witii foreign ports; no necessity for obtaining our 
suppUes of foreign merchandise, (or any part of those supplies.) 
through the aforesaid cities. By such impolitic measures, we afford 
a bad example to the western traders and others, who have some- 
times (through equally mistaken motives of interest,) passed 
through our city to seek a market elsewhere. We say mistaken 
motives, for truly most articles of foreign merchandise may be 
obtained in our market on terms as advantageous to the purcha- 
ser, as in any other city of the Union; not to s^eak of the increased 
expense of travel and conveyance which must necessarily be 
incurred in going to a more distant place. 

But we suppose it to be useless to dwell on the necessity of 
cultivating our commercial advantages; and we now proceed, 
with the same conciseness, which we have endeavored to preserve 
throughout this work, to show in what those commercial advan- 
tages consist. On the calmest and most impartial examination 
we can make, we find it impossible to discover any thing in the 
location of New York which should elevate its commercial cha- 
racter so much above that of Baltimore. On reference to our 
topographical situation, as described in chapter I., the reader will 
find that in many respects of consequence we possess an advant- 
age over that island metropolis, the boasted commercial erapa- 
porium of the United States. 

To those admirable vessels, the clipper-built craft of Baltimore, 
which have never been successfully imitated any where else, we 
must refer much of our former good fortune, and, if we are wise, 
we will look to the same source for much of our future aggran- 
dizement. The noble art of ship-building, to which a monarch 
of Russia once became a laborious and voluntary disciple, to the 
prosperity of Baltimore is not of less moment than it must have 
been considered by that imperial mechanic to the welfare of his 
own dominions. In this art, Baltimore is already pre-eminent, 
and in that pre-eminence alone, she has a mercantile advantage 
which is scarcely to be appreciated. Her situation with respect 
to Chesapeake bay, of which we have previously spoken, her im- 
mense manufacturing resources, her comparative vicinity to some 
of the wealthiest western states, her great public works, and 
numerous minor particulars, all" conspire to make ua hope that 
she will be, at one lime, without a commercial rival on this con- 
tinent. 

In speaking of tiie commerce of Baltimore, the coasiing trade 
presents itself as worthy of especial notice; it is carried on chiefly 
by means of the Chesapeake and its tributaries, (as we beforV 



32 

remarked,) with very remote sections of the country. Much of 
this business is also transacted between Baltimore and the north- 
ern and southern ports of America; via the Chesapeake bay and 
Atlantic ocean. The number of vessels employed in the coasting 
trade is said to be more than 5,000. 

The staple commodities of Baltimore are flour, ^rain, tobacco 
and cotton (roods; besides these, however, there are a number of 
articles which become every day more and more important as 
objects of our commerce. 

Imports, — Our imports from foreign countries, beyond seas, are 
of the well known productions of those regions; many of which, 
however, at this time, we receive through the medium of New 
York. From the northern ports of America we obtain domestic 
dry goods, glass ware, candles, cheese, onions, plaster of paris, 
dried and salted fish, boots and shoes, rum; &c. From the 
southern states, we receive tar, timber, pitch, cotton, rice, &,c. 
From Virginia come fire wood, ship timber, tobacco and coal. 
From the Eastern Shore of Maryland, we obtain timber^ fire 
wood, &c. By means of the Susquehanna river, which empties 
into the head of Chesapeake bay, we receive Trom the interior of 
New York and Pennsylvania, immense quantities of lumber, in- 
cluding planks, lathes and shingles; also, wl)iskey, flour, coal, pig 
and manufactured iron, magnesia and plaster of paris. These 
articles are brought in arks and rafts as far as Port Deposit, 
where they are shipped in the small bay vessels lor Baltimore. 

Exports. — Our staple commodities, mentioned before, are car- 
ried, some of them at least, to every quarter of the globe. Be- 
sides; to the northern ports of America, we send flour, corn, tobacco, 
whiskey, sole leather, articles of chemistry, &c. To tlie southern 
states we send flour, corn, pork, whiskey, gin, domestic and Eu- 
ropean goods. To the various ports on the Chesapeake and its 
tributaries, we send flour, corn meal, sugar, coffee, molasses, whis- 
key, domestic and European manufactures. At present, there is 
no return trade up the Susquehanna, on account of the rapidity 
of that stream, which is only to be passed in any direction, at 
certain seasons of the year. When the Susquehanna rail road is 
completed this difficulty will be obviated, and the commodities of 
this city may be exchanged, instead of the cash, for the articles 
we receive from the regions of the Susquehanna. 

The goods transported to the city by means of rail-roads and 
turnpikes, from Alleghany, Washington and Frederick counties 
of Maryland; from Franklin, Adams, Cumberland, and York 
counties of Pennsylvania, &c. are flour, pork, beef, pig and cast 
iron, lard, sole leather, linseed oil, flaxseed, &c. We send them 
in return groceries, plaster of paris, domestic and foreign goods. 

We will now notice the various institutions of a commercial 
character which seem proper to be disposed of under this head. 

For the officers of the custom house, the port wardens, &c. 
See chapter, IV. 



S3 



There are nine Insurance Offices in Baltimore for the insurance 
of property from loss by fire or by the seas, and two for the insu- 
rance of lives. 

Table of Imurajice Offices in Baltimore, and their Capitals, Sfc, 



KAMES OF COMPANIES. 

Maryland, 

Bahimore, 

Americau, 

Neptune, 

Fireman's, 

Bait. Fire Insurance, 

United States, 



LOCATION 



John Reese. 
Wm. A.Tucker. 



Exchange, 
do 
do. 
do. 
21 Second street. 
|l2 South street. 
iSouth street. 
Bait. Equitable Society, 18 Baltimore street 
Bait. Life Insurance. Second street. 
Amer. Life & Trust Co. 136 Market street. 
Md. Canal Insurance Co. lExchange. 

Banks. — There are fifteen banks in Baltimore, includiDg the 
Fell's Point Savings ln.slitution. See table. 

Table of the Baltimore Banks, their Capitals, Discount Days, Sfc- 



$500,000. 
300,000. 
200,000. 
200,000. 
500,000. 
600,000. 
200,000. 

50,000. 
500.000. 



PRESIDENTS. 

J. A. Wallace. 
Hry. Thompson. 
A. I. Schwartz. 
Christian Mayer. 



I. Donaldson. 
A. Wallace. 



NAMES OF THE BANKS. 

Bank of Baltimore, 
Union B. of Maryland, 
Franklin Bank, 
Marine Bank, 
Farmers & Merchants 
Com. & Farmers. 
Mechanics, 
Merchants' Bank, 
Savings Bank, 
Cohen & Brothers, 
Western Bank, 
Chesapeake Bank. 
Farmers & Planters, 
Citizens' Bank, 
Fell's Pt. Savinsrs Inst. 



SITUATION OF OFFICES 

Bait. & St. Paul's sts. 
Fayette & Charles. 
Baltimore and North. 
Gay and Second. 
North Calvert street. 
Corner Howard & Ger. 
N. Calvert & Fayette. 
In the Exchange. 
In the Exchange. 
Baltimore & Culvert. 
Eutaw & Bait, streets. 
North and Fayette 
Bait, near Calvert. 
Bait, near St. Paul's. 
Thames, near Bond st. 



CAPITALS. 

$1,200,000. 
1,500,000. 
415,000. 
235,000. 
500,000. 
666,666. 
384,000. 
2,000,000. 

unlimited. 

600,000 
1,000,000 
1,000,000 

100,000. 



DISCOUNT DS. 

Tues. & Frds. 
Daily. 
Monday. 
Thursday. 
Mous. & Thrs- 
Tues. & Frds. 
Weds. & Sats. 
Tues. & Frds. 

Dally ex. Sat. 
Tues. & Frds. 
Tuesday. 
Mds. & Thrs. 
Tues. & Frds. 
Tues & Frds. 



JVoiaries Public. — John Gill, Water street, opposite the Ex- 
change; Samuel Farnandis, S. E. corner of Gay and Water 
streets; Henry Brice, Water street, opposite the Exchange; Jame» 
B. Latimer, corner of Fayette and St. Paul's streets. 

Auctioneers for Dry Goods. — Hoffman, St Co-; Robt. A. Taylor; 
Wm. Henry, & Co. 

For Groceries. — Wm. G. Harrison; R. Lemmon, Sc Co. 

For Real Estate — Furniture, Books, and Miscellaneous goods, 
John H. Naff; H. W. Bool, Jr.; John I. Gross; Grundy & Co.; 
A. Whitely; Columbus E. Cook; Hickman &c Busk; J. F. Os- 
burn, & Co.; E. W. Sturman. 

General Remarks. — Before we conclude this article, it may 
be as well to make some general remarks on the progressive im- 
])rovement of our commerce, and the causes which lead to that 
desirable result. The rail-roads do much to favor us in this par- 
ticular, as they are the means of bringing into our market much 
merchandise, which, without their aid, would never have reached 



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us. As an instance of this fact, we may notice the granite 
brought to our city on the Baltimore and Ohio Kail Road. It is 
not only an article very useful for home consumption, but much 
of it is exported, and found to be of a better quality than the ma- 
jority of that which has heretofore been in use. 

Another benefit to our commerce is the employment of a steam 
boat, fitted up as an ice-breaker, which keeps our harbor open 
durinfr the winter. The advantage of this is easily to he con- 
ceivec. Measures have been taken to prepare another ice-breaker 
brobably against the ensuing winter. 

\ The establishment of a great number of brick-kilns near the 
city, affords us another article of trade which yields an abundant 
profit. See article brick making m the precetling chapter. 

The recent mineral discoveries in many parts of the State offer 
a fiiir expectation of future emolument. Nor must we forget to 
mention the epicurean production of Chesapeake bay those deli- 
cious shell fish which are not less ])alatable lo the gourmond than 
they are profitable to the speculator. The transportation of 
oysters westward by means of the turnpikes has lately become a 
considerable business;, and several individuals have turned this 
ingenious device to a very good account. 

In short, there seems to be a determination on (he part of our 
fellow-citizens to employ every honest means which God has 
placed in their power to extend our commercial advantages, until 
Baltimore shall be second in this respect to no other city in the 
Union. This idea may not be quite so Utopian as some persons 
might be led to suspect it. 

As for the trade of the west which the city of New Orleans 
seems now inclined to dispute with us, and which the steam na- 
navigation on the western waters has a tendency to carry to that 
port, there is little doubt that the completion of the Baltimore and 
Ohio Rail -Road will restore it to its original channel. The supe- 
riority of rail- road conveyance over all river navigation is not to 
be disputed; for, (not to speak ot its greater safety,) jts freedom 
from the uncertainty and delays of winds and tides, and from the 
suspension caused by the ice in the winter season, will always 
gain it the preference. These circumstances, and the advantages 
we possess with respect to distance will certainly obtain for Bal- 
timore the trade of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana; for this will be 
the shortest and most expeditious route from those States to the 
tide waters of the Atlantic. 



Chapter Z.— Ztiterature, Benevolent Societies, IMEis- 
cellaneous. 

But while such strenuous efforts are made by our citizens in 
those laudable pursuits which have just passed under considera- 
tion, is the cultivation of the mind neglected; or is there no pro- 



35 

vision for the dissemination of that knowledge, which we are 
taught to believe is as essential to our public welfare as it is con- 
ducive to our private advantage. We are happy to answer in 
the negative. The imporiance of education seems to be deeply 
impressed on the minds of the Ballimoreans; of which fact no 
better proof can be demanded than that which is afforded by the 
numerous literary and scientific institutions which find liberal en- 
couragement among us. The number of private schools in Balti- 
more is between fiily and sixty; in some of which the higher 
branches of learning are successfully taught. Of the public and 
free schools we have thought it best to present a view in the fol- 
lowing manner: 

Public school, Male No. 1, corner Green and Fayette streets, 
160 pupils, teacher John McJilton. 

No. 2, corner Fleet and Market, Fell's Point, 136 pupils, teacher 
Mr. Robinson. 

No. 3, Aisquith, near Pitt street, 88 pupils, teacher Mr. Carter. 

No. 4, 130 pupils, teacher Mr. Conolly. 

Female No. 1, corner Green and Fayette, 65 pupils, teacher 
Miss McDermot. 

No. 2, corner Fleet and Market, 68 pupils, teacher Miss 
McConkey, 

No. 3, 35 pupils, teacher Mrs. Ross. 

No. 4, 73 pupils, teacher Mrs. King. 

McKim's Free School, Aisquith and East Baltimore streets. 

Roman Catholic School, Saratoga and North streets. 

Roman Catholic, Mulberry near Park, 52 pupils, teacher Miss 
Rivers. 

Methodist Free School, Male, near Calvert street spring, 150 
pupils, teacher Mr. Bassfoi-d. 

St. Peter's, Episcopalian, Green near Baltimore, 181 pupils, 
teacher Mr. Kemp. 

Oliver Hibernian, Free School, North near Saratoga, Catholic, 
180 pupils, teacher Wm. Gibson. 

African Free School, corner North and Saratoga, Episcopa- 
lian, 60 pupils, teacher Mr. Livingston. 

The children educated in the different Sunciay scAooZs, attached 
to the various religious denominations in the city, amount to 
about 3,500 boys, aTid 2,200 girls. 

JVewspapers!^— The daily newspapers in Baltimore are six in 
number, namely. The American, published by Dobbin, Murphy 
& Bose, S. Gay near Baltimore streets; the Chronicle, by Nelson 
Poe, North Gay, near Favette street. The Gazette, by William 
Gwynn, St. Paul's, near Baltimore street; the Patriot, by Isaac 
Monroe, North, near Baltimore street; the Republican, by Sa- 
muel Marker, South Gay, near Water street, and the Transcript 
by Skinner & Tenney, corner Gay and Baltimore streets. 

The weekly publications are 'as ibllow: the Athenaeum and 
Visiter, by Arthur &, Cox, South Gay, near Water street; the 



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Monument, by David Creamer, North Calvert street, opposite 
Barnum's liotel; the Express, by Young & Abraham, corner of 
Bond and Thames streets, Fell's Point; the Lutheran Observer 
by Wm. S. Sherwood, Rev. B. Kurtz, Editor; Niles's Register, 
by Wm. Ogdcn Niies, Water, near South street; the Farmer 
and Gardner, by Sands & Nelson, corner of Baltimore and Charlea 
streets; The Trades Union, by Bull St Tuttle, corner of N. Gay 
and Baltimore streets; The Methodist Protestant by J. J. Har- 
rod, corner of Baltimore and Charles streets. 

Monthhj Periodicals. — The Baltimore Literary and Religious 
Magazine, conducted by R. J. Breckinridge, and Andrew B. 
Cross, printed by R. J. Matchett, corner Gay and Water streets. 

The American Turf Register, edited by J. S. Skinner, North, 
near Fayetie street. 

There is not in Baltimore, any monthly periodical ofa charac- 
ter exclusively literary, and but one weekly publication, namely, 
ihe Monument, which is devoted entirely to that pursuit. Seve- 
ral other papers, however, appropriate a large portion of their 
columns to polite learning; and the Baltimore press generally is 
conducted with judgment and ability. 

Benevolent Societies. — The Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted 
Masons, meets twice a year at the Masonic Hall. The present 
Grand Master is Benjamin C. Howard. 

The Grand Lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, 
meets every three months, commencing on the 15th of January. 

List of the Benevolent Societies, Sfc. in Baltimore. 

Maryland State Bible Societtj. — President Hon. R. B. Magru- 
der, one vice president from each county. Recording secretarv, 
Galloway Chestor. 

Prayer Book and Homily Society. — Right Rev. Bishop Stone, 
president, Edward Ridgely, secretary. 

Maryland Sunday School Union. — President, Joseph Jewett, 
secretary, Wm. Wilson; depository No. 15, South Calvert st. 

Baltimore Branch j^merican Tract Society. — Rev. Stephen 
Williams president, secretary J. H. Brown. 

Society for the Relief of ihe Poor of the Methodist Church. 

President Thomas Kelso, treasurer Thomas Armstrong, secre- 
tary James Brundige. 

_ Preacher's Jlid Socie/?/,— President Samuel Harden, vice-pre- 
sidents, Thomas E. Bond, George Earnest, treasurer James 
Brundige, secretary Thomas Armstrong. 

Seamen's Union Bethel Socief?/.— President James Wilson, 
vice presidents Capt. James Cunningham, Capt. Archibald Kerr, 
Hugh Boyle, Capt. Wm. Graham, corresponding secretary, C. 
Keener, recording secretary, Thomas Armstrong, treasurer Jas. 
Brundige. 

Maryland State Colonization Society.^? resident John H. B. 
Latrobe, vice presidents, Thos E. Bond, sr. Luke Tiernan, Peter 



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Hoffman, Charlei Howard, Charles C. Harper, R. R. Hoffman. 
Crtrresponrlinij secretary, Franklin Anderson, recording secretarj 
Wm. F. Giles, treasurer, R)bert Mickle. Agents Rev. Ira A. 
Easter, home a^rent. Rev. John H. Kennard, travelling agent. 
The bf»ard of ma nailers, twelve in number, meet regularly on the 
first Thursday in every month, at the colonization rooms, in the 
post office buildint;, Fayette street. 

Baltimore Femnle Orphan Aiylum. — Incorporated in 1808. 
President Mrs. Baynard. Asylum at the corner of Mulberry 
street and College Alley. 

Benevolent Society for educating and supporting female child- 
ren; incorp,)rared in 1799. Tiiey commonly have thirty inmates, 
who are Cei\, clothed and educated. Tliis society is attached to 
St. Paul's Parish. 

Humane Impartial Society, for the employment of destitute 
females President M-s. Pickersgill. 

Female Penitents' Refu2;e.—^ rt;s\deut, the Miyor, ex ojicio* 
Secretary R'v. S. William:^, ( li.scr>ntinued.) 

Baltimore Temperance Society. — Pi-esident Judge Brice. Sec- 
retary F. H. Smith. 

St. Andrews' Society. ^President D. Williams. Secretary A. 
Murdock, six luinaorer^. Incorporated in 1816. 

German Society ^Pres'id^iM Justus H );>pe, secretary J. C. 
Djnter, 12 mannLTfrs. Incorporalf^d in IS 7. 

Hiberniai Sici^ty — President Luke Tiernan, secretary B. U. 
Campbell, seven managers. 

Under the head of Miscellaneous, we propose to arranore some 
dlher pirticiilirs which we havf» n )t fo;!-) I ii convenient to intro- 
duce in the foreiroinir pages. We still adhere to the tabular form, 
where it is practicable. 

List of Courts held in Btltimore City. 
BiUimire City Court, for the trial of Criminal Ca-^es. — Sitson 
the first M m lay in February, June, an I October. — Judges, 
Nicholas Brice, chief Juotice, Alexander Nesbitt anJ W. D. G. 
Worthiui^ton, associates. 

Baltimore County Court. — Sits n)r city civil business, 1st o^ 
January, M ly anj Siptember; for county criminal cises, 1st 
Mondays in April an 1 November; for county civil do. 2d. Mon- 
days in April and November. E:iuiiy business for city and 
county 1st day of every month, except Mirch and August. 
Judges Stephenson Archer, C. J., Richard B. Magruder, John 
Purviance, associates. 

Orphan's Court. — Judges, James Harwood, Henry Payson, 
Benjamin C. Ridgate. 

Circuit Court of the United States, for the 4th district of 
Blarylani, sits at Baltimore on the 8th of April, and the 1st of 
November. 

Commissioners of InsohentBehtors.'^YviLViCi^H. Davidge, Eb- 
enezer L. Finley, and S. H. Taggart, 



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Steamboat Line*. — The Union line for Philadelphia, leavea 
Bowly's wharf, South street, at 6 o'clock A. M. iu summer, and 
.i6i in the full. 

.' For JVbrfolk.—StnTt from Spear's wharf, south end of Gfiy 
•Ireet, o!j Mondavs, Wednesdays and Fridays at. 9 A. M. 

For Fredericksburg. — Leaves the head of the Basin, corner of 
Pratt an<l Liofht streets, Saturday evening>s at 5 o'clock. 

For Washington y Georgetown and Alexandria.— 1^\ try Wed- 
nesday and Saturday at 4 o'clock, P. M. 

*Bnnapolis, Cambridge and Easl-'n. — The boat starts from the 
lower end of Dugau's wharf, every Tuesday and Friday, at 9 
A.M. 

Havre- de- Grace and Port Deposit. — From Patterson's wharf, 
near Commerce street, on Thursday.s and S.iturdays at 9 A. l!^. 

Cheslerlown, Rockhall, and Ceutreoille. — On Mondays at 6 A. 
M. from Patterson's wharf. 

Wliiteliaven and Sulisbarij. — Mondays at 5 P. M. from Du<ran*« 
wharK 

Fire Companies. — The fire companies in Baltimore amount to 
•ixteen, ibr the particulars ol* which see the suhjoined table. 

jSl Table of the Fire Companies in the City of Baltimore. 



WHEN 
SITDATrojJ OF HOfSES. ly^TirUTEO. 

Muikc-t St. F. Point 1^05 

(If). do. 17^2 

M-.Ck'lla.iN All. v. ISIO 

M;.rk-.-tst F. Point. IsiO 

Fivd. near Bait. St. 17S5 

Pacast. 183) 

Corner (Jay & Kiis. sts 179 ) 

— Park&. Libt. St . 16)4 

North strei-t. 17lj3 

Riuaw bt Sar. & Mlb. li.')j 

.Vorth. near Fa> tee st. H23 

N Gay st (liscintinucd. ISK) 

Hanover Market. 17S2 

Sharp n ar Lo^^barJ. HID 

(Jranby n-ar Duke 6t. 18Di 

Lombard near Sharp. 1S13 

Rail-Roads. — There are two rail-roads leadintr to Baltimore, 
which have been fiiiislied to such an extent as to admit of the 
transportation of passenirers and merchandise. 1st. The Balti- 
more and Ohio Rail-Road is completed for eighty-two miles on 
the main stream, besides the branches. Tiiis expensive work is 
estimated to have cost as follows: from Pratt street to Ellicott'a 
Mills $60,000 per mile on an averajre, and about $20,000 per 
mile for the remaininir distance. The work is intended to be 
continued to the Ohio River, a distance of three hundred and 
sixty miles from Baltimore. The ticket office of this Riil-Road, 
whence the passen/gjer cars start and where they arrive, is in 
South Charles street, opposite the city spring. The D«;pot .wh«r» 



COMPANIES. 

^Columbian, 

'D^"ptf)r(l, 

First Bilt. Hose Cj. 

Franklin, 

Friendship, 

Howar.l H .se Co. 

lud^p Mid.nt, 

Lib:irtr, 

Mechaiicnl, 

New Mtrkct, 

Patapso, 

Property Guards, 

Union tijio Co. 

United do. 

Vigilant. 

Washinsrton Hobc Co. 



PRESIDEJJTjI. 

J'>hn Glass, 
jjosh Atkinsoji. 

Sanm -1 KeerL 
!W Wickersham 

C M. Kurthouso 
:S.iinl M.;ClelJaa 
'Sa:nl. Wilson. 

Ch. !\I. K •> scr. 
iThos M. Liche. 
jJohu L. More. 

J.I. Coheu, Jr. 

Nathan Tyson. 
JA. Miiteuberger. 
|Wai. Rea.y/ 
\ioh.i\ L Reea|». 



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;iierchandise intended Cor transpM'-tafion on tli!^ rnli-rojd, must V^< 
deposited, is in Pi-ntt .street, a sriori (iist.uice Iron) Lio-lii stret't 
wharf. 2.1. The Bahiruure au i ,S isq lelumnn liiHRoa;! is to 
extend from this citv to York, Pu. a distance of Hfiy-rfme miles 
and a half Concciniu:^ tlie advaotairers of ilies:^ rail-roads we 
have already spoken. 

Post Office.— Vhe Baltimore cilv p ^st ofFice, is on the north 
cast corner of North and t'ayette streets. Tue rales of postage, 
eslablia'jed hv law, are as follows: 

On sinirle letters, not exceediiio: 30 miles 6 1-4 cents. 

D>. do. over 30 and not exceed in;L^ 80 miles 10 
Do. do. over 80, do. do 150 do. 12 1-2 
Do. do. over 150, do. do 400 do. li 3-4 
Do. do. over 400, do. do 25 

DouLle letters, or those C(msisting of two pieces of paj3er, 
charged double these rates. Triple or quadruple letters in the 
«ame proportion. 

Letters, -which weii^h an ounce or more, are charged with 
quadruple postaire, per ounce. 

Letters or packages delivered at the same post office where 
they are iodsed are charged with one^cent postage. 

Ship letters, if delivered at the office ot the port where the 
vessel arrives, pay six cents postage, but if conveyed from thenee 
T by mail to any other place, only two centu in addition to the ordi- 
nary rales of postage. 



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nXATCBEXT'S 

BALTIMORE DIRECTOR, 



DIRECTIONS TO THE READER. 



(St.) street, (ar.) avenue, (al.) alley, (cor.) corner, n. north. «. Bouth. 
e. east, w. west, (f) coloured. (Com. mts.) Commission Merchants, (fact.) 
Factory, (dw.) dwelling, (man.) manufacturer. 

The variety of ways of spelling almost every name pronounced, and 
there being ho rule in the case, renders it impossible for any individual to 
spell all names correctly; the leader will have therefore when he does 
not find the name of a householder (for they only are inserted^ in the place 
where he looks for it, to use whatever other ^spelling will pro- 
nounce the same until he finds it. 

j\AR Powles, labourer, Union st s of Ross 

Aaron Jacob, pawnbroker, 14 Harrison st 

Aaron Dorothy, Armistead lane e of Light st 

Abbee Caspar, carpenter, 28 Shakspeare st 

Abell Christian, victualler, Penn av n of Hoffman st 

Abell Lucretia, tailoress, Columbia st e of Sharp 

Abell J. S. grocer, Hanover st n of Camden 

Abbes John, furrier and cap maker, 102 Baltimore st 

Abbett Thomas M. accountant, Lexington st vv of Charles 

Abbett Saml. R. stone finisher, 85 n Howard st 

Abbot Stephen F. boot and shoe maker, Gay st near Front 

Abbott Horace, Fleet near Washington st f. p. 

Abbott Edwin A. house carpenter, Hudson st Canton, dw. Lan- 

Abbott VVm. tobacconist, 32 Market st f. p. [caster st 

Abbott Wm. carter, Strawberry al s of Wilk st 

Abbott George, cooper, President st s of Pratt 

Abbott & Hiser, grocers, 122 n Howard st 

Abbott Wm. grocer, cor Mulberry stand College al 

Abbott Benjamin, oak cooper, 2 Patterson's wharf, dw Exeter 

st near Trinity 
Abby Jacob, fisherman, Williams st near Cross 
Abercrombie Jas. Charles st s of Franklin 
Abcy Joseph, waterman, Williams st n of Cross 
Abey Wm. waterman, do do 

Abraham Mrs. Hannah, 91 Ann st 
Abraham John, ship carpenter, 145 Bond st f. p. 
Abraham Lemmon C clothier, dw 121 Aisquith 8t 
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Abrams Washington, house carpenter, 21 e Fleet st 
Abrams Mary E. cor Gough and Eden sts 
Aburn John, grocer, cor Philpot and Thames sts 
Accles Hugh, weaver, vv Frankhn st extended 
Achison Elizabeth, rear of 100 Dugan's wharf 
Ackland Jas. boot and shoe maker, 11 s Calvert st 
Ackworth Stephen, nautical teacher. Bond st s of Gough 
Acha Frederick, currier, Eutaw st s of Perry- 
Adair W. &L T. general commission house, 29 s Charles st 
Adair Thomas B. of the above firm, dw 42 n Calvert st 
Adams John, Wilk st e of Eden 
Adams VVm. mealseller, cor Caroline and Bank sta 
Adams Rev. George F. High st near Gay- 
Adams John, blacksmith, tlillen ste of Front 
Adams Mrs. Margaret, rear of 93 Dugan's wharf 
Adams Richard, ship carpenter, York &t near Charles 
Adams James, bacon merchant, Pearl st n of Lexington 
Adams Acksey, seamstress, Park lane w of Pearl st 
Adams James, prop Maypole Inn, cor German and Paca sts 
Adams &l M'Clintock, grocers, 285 Baltimore st 
Adams Mrs Mary, coffee dealer, Perry st e of Charles 
Adams Jesse, shoemaker Pitt st w of Harford run 
Adams John, dyer and scourer, East st n of Doufrlass 
Adams Nancv, shopkeeper, cor Orleans al and Thomson st 
Adams Philip, hatter, Forrest st w of Harford run 
Adams Samuel, watch and clock maker, 16 e Baltimore st 
Adams J. P. & Pi,obert A. Taylor, com mts 11 Bowly's wharf 
Adams John P. of above firm, dw s Charles at s of Pratt 
Adams Wm. captain, Pratt st vv of Gough 
Adams Wm. tavern keeper, n e cor Market space & Water st 
t Adams Adam, sawyer, short st n of Orleans 
t Adams Amelia. Exeter si n of Gay 
tAdams Ellrin, Harford av extended . 
f Adams Jane, Davis st near Bath 
tAdams Hester, washer, Perry st e of Eutaw 
tAdams Mary, Strawberry alley n of Pratt st 
Addison & Donohoe, carpenters, s Howard st near Pratt 
Addison Wm. carpenter, dw Hill st w of Hanover 
Addison Saml. S. Pratt st \j of Charles 
Addison George C shoe manufactory, 32i Pratt st dw Con- 
way e of Howard 
Addison John, carter, Camden st w of Charles 
tAddison Sarah, washer, Chosnut al e of Pinest 
t Addison Eleanora, washer, Liberty st w of Fayette 
Adkinson Abraham, labourer, Wayne ste of Howard 
Adkisson Wm. sail maker, e Baltimore st e of Eden 
Adkisson Thomas, sail maker, 9G Dugan's wharf 
Adreon Mrs Hannah, grocer, cor Franklin and Pine sts 
Adreon Wm. Grocer, cor Sharp and Barre 
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Director for 1837. ALL 

Alfrican Methodist churches, see introductory article 

Agar Alexander, clothing store, Second st near Frederick 

Agar Joseph, sawyer, Light st extended 

Ahera Lawrence, gardener, cor Caroline and Jefferson sts 

Aker JVIichael, grocer, Park sts of Saratoga 

Akers Charles, carpenter, Saratoga st e of Pine 

Aiken Wm. M. D. Paca st w of Franklin 

Aiken Sarah, 85 Greene st 

Aikler Jacob, boot and shoe maker, Hillen st near Exeter 

Ailes Henry, grocer, cor Howard and Conway sts 

tAires Thomas, labourer, Saratoga st w of Park 

Aisquith Mrs. Baltimore st w of Liberty 

Aitken Robert, custom house officer, Pratt st w of Bond 

Aitken Dr. James, druggist, 44 n Gay st 

Akin Mordecai, s High st n of Granby 

Albers Solomon G. grocer, 75 McElderry's wharf 

Albers Henry N. carpenter, n Gay st near Aisquith 

Albers Eve, widow, Asquith st between Orleans and Jefferson 

Albert Jacob J. & Co. importers of Hardware, 274i Baltimore 

st dw J. Albert 37 Fayette st 
Albert A. J. 47 Lexington st 
Albinson Peter, cornb, basket and fancy store, 198 Baltimore st 

dw McClellan's st near Baltimore 
Alcock Wm. hardware merchant, w Baltimore st e of Eutaw, 

dw Mulberry st e of Paca 
Alcock Wm. J. grocer, 60 Lexington st 
Alden Simeon, Baltimore tavern, Water st near Centre market 
Alden Mrs Mary, Sterling st near Monument 
Aldridge Andrew, Charles st near Franklin 
Aldridge, Higdon &, Co. importers of British dry goods, 14 s 

Charles st 
Aler Reuben, Holland st extended 
Aler John, blacksmith, Eutaw st n of Lexington, dw Saratoga 

s of Eutaw 
Alexander Mrs Margaret, Lexington st w of Pine 
Alexander Mrs Catherine, cor Fayette and Park sts 
Alexander J. H. engineer, Saratoga st e of Park 
Alexander Dr. Ashton, Fayette st e of Calvert 
Alexander Benj. tailor, York st w of Williams st 
Alford James, cordwainer, n Gay st near Aisquith 
Algia James, stamp maker, cor Mullikin and Caroline sts 
Alison Robert, clerk. Gay st n of Forest 
All Rachel, seamstress, 1*28 n Eutaw st 
All Edward, clerk, Lee st e of Hanover i* 
AUard Wm. carpenter, n Gay st near Monument 
Allbright John, Columbia st opposite Green^ 
Allbright Jesse P. constable, 140 s Paca st 
Allberger Aaron, butcher, Pitt st w of Market 
Allbourg John, cordwainer, cor Charles st and King aJ 
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Allen John, town and point hotel, vv falls avenue 

Allen Samuel, shoemaker, Wolf st s of Alice Anna f p 

Allen Ann, grocery, cor Exeter and Wilk sts 

Allen James, bricklayer, Exeter st s of Pratt 

Allen Henry, carpenter, Argvle alley s of Bank st 

Allen Robert, s High st n of 'Water 

Allen John, cooper, cor Green and Conway sts 

Allen Thomas, cordvvainer, Conway st w of Green 

Allen Eliel, cooper, 80 Conway st 

Allen John L. merchant tailor, Gay st near Baltimore dw Gay 

opposite Odd Fellows' Hall 
Allen Joseph, carpenter, n Gay st betw Mott and Aisquitb 
Allen Wm. cordwainer, Pearl st n of Lexington 
Allen Wm. flour merchant, 123 n Howard st 
Allen Miss, fancy dress maker, 92 n Howard st 
Allen Wm. labourer, 11 Ross st 
Allen James, bricklayer, Columbia st e of Cove 
Allen James W. cooper, 86 Conway st 
Allen Samuel, carpenter, cor Madison st and Lerew's al 
Allen Jane, fancy store, 50 Liberty st 
Allen Elizabeth, tailoress, Charles st s of Busy al 
Allen Ann, mantua maker, 22 Aisquitb st 
Allen John P. boot and shoe maker, Douglass st near Potter 
Allen Samuel, painter, Orleans st e of Canal 
tAUen Jerry, labourer, little Sharp st near Baltimore 
t Allen Sarah, washer, Long alley s of Saratoga st 
tAllen Aines, labourer, Cross st near Johnson 
tAllen Sarah, Forrest st opposite Penitentiary 
tAllen Sarah, Argyle al s of Wilk st 
tAllen John, whitewasher, Frederick st near -^tna lane 
Allender Sarah, widow, Eden st near Silver 
Allender Frederick, Orleans st e of Friendship 
Allison John, carter, Rock st n of Lexington 
Alloway Gabriel, carpenter, Pine st s of Saratoga 
Allnut Sarah, 93 s Paca st 
Almack George W. clerk, Holland st extended 
Alricks Francis, merchant, Saratoga st w of Charles 
Alricks Harmanus, cor Aisquitb and Jefferson sts 
Alter Henry, segar maker, Wagon al n of Park st 
Alterhoof Charles, locksmith, Caroline st a of Wilk 
Altvater Wm. carpenter, Aisquitb st s of Douglass 
Altvater Dr- Jarrett, Pitt st near Exeter 
Altvater Ann, wyow, 4'i n Exeter st 
Alwine Richard,^ricklayer, Caroline st n of Orleans 
Alwell Mrs RebeJba, Gough st e of Ann 
Amby Joseph, lalTourer, Strawberry al s of Wilk st 
tAmby Benjamin, labourer, Apple al near Wilk st 
t Amby Esther, e Falls avenue 

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Director for 1837. AND^ 

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American, office of the, s Gay st near Baltimore, Dobbin, Mur- 
phy &^ Bose, proprietors 
American Turf Register office, s e cor North and Fayette sta 
Ames George C. High st near Water 
Ames John A. clerk, ^vj cor Light and VVinests 
Ames Joshua L. bricklayer, Ross st w of Orchard 
Amey Ehzabeth, tailoress, Paca st sof Carpenter's al 
Amey Peter, blacksmith, Baltimore st w of Poppleton 
Amey John, bricklayer, Baltimore st e of Pine 
Amey Henry, blacksmith, cor German and Pacasts dw Pacas 

of Lombard 
Amey Samuel, cooper, Simm's al opposite Elbow lane 
Amos James, clothing store, 62 centre market space 
Amos Mrs Mary, Wilk st 1 door e of Exeter 
Amos John, hat man'r. Gay st near High, dw High near Gay 
Amos James A. currier, Constitution st near Monument 
Amos Dr. Corbin, office 39 Fayette st 

A moss Jesse Jr. dry goods merchant, 10 centre market space 
Amoss Wm. IL Potter, East st s of Douglass, dw Potter s of 
t Ainoss Rachel, whitewasher, Potter st e of Low [Douglass 
Amy Daniel, comb maker, Columbia st near Cove 
tAnaStasia Mary, Paca st n of Franklin 
tAncer Manuel, whitewasher, little Sharp st opposite Bennett 
Anderson Mrs Mary, boarding house, Lexington st e of Cove 
Anderson Stephen, labourer, Saratoga ste of Pearl 
Anderson Theodore, tobacconist, 66 n Howard st dw Saratoga 
Anderson &, Walter, tobacconists, QQ n Howard st [e of Pine 
Anderson David, blacksmith, cor Marion and Park sts 
Anderson Ann, widow, Hampstead st e of Spring 
AnderFon James M. engraver, s e Gorn^^r South and Baltimore 

sts dw Exeter betw Baltimore and Pitt 
Anderson Susan, 7 Mercer st 

Anderson Matthew, blacksmith, Federal Hill near glasshouse 
Anderson Wm. rigger, Lancaster st w of Market 
Anderson iMiss Ann, se cor Alice Anna st and Strawberry al 
Anderson Sybilla, dry goods store, 9 Alice Anna st 
Anderson David, blacksmith, 27 New Church st 
Anderson Elizabeth, Charles st n of Pratt 
Anderson Franklin, attorney at law, office Calvert st near Fay- 
ette dw HoUiday n of Fayette 
Anderson Axious, seamstress, Harford avenue 
Anderson Charles, millwright, Forrest st opp Penitentiary 
t Anderson James, barber, 34 centre market space 
tAnderson Matthias, labourer, Bath st al near Bath st 
^Anderson Kesiah, Charles st extended 
tAnderson Samuel, caulker, al betw Spring and Caroline sts 

tAnderson , waterman, cor Spring and Gough ats 

tAnderson Mary, Apple al near Lancaster st 
tAnderson Peggy, Ensor st near Monument 
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ARM MalcheWs Ealtimortr 

tAnderson Francis, hackdriver. Mulberry st e of Eutaw 
t Anderson Lucy, washer, Long al s of Ross st 
tAnderson Samuel, carter, Potter st e of Low 
tAnderson Delia, whitewasher, East st s of Douglass 
Andress John, shoemaker, Lancaster st e of Argyle al 
Andrew George, Sharp st s of Perry 
Andrews John', stone mason, Pine st s of Saratoga 
Andrew Sarah, carpet weaver, Hill st betw Light and Charles- 
Andrew James, blacksmith, 4 Gould's court 
Andrews John, shoemaker, Caroline st n of Fleet 
Andrews G. W. apothecary and druggist, 3 w Baltimore st 
Andrews Reuben, huckster, Bank st near Wolf 
Andrews Mrs Ann, Pratt st w of Market 
Andrews John, cordwainer, French st near Bath 
Angle Thomas, blacksmith, Constitution st near Monument 
Anker H. M, 40 n Exeter st 
Annan Dr. Samuel, 44 n Liberty st 
Anthony Jamesj labourer, 3 Painter's court near Pitt st 
Anthony Henry, grocer, cor Biddle stand Pennsylvania ar 

tAnthony , labourer, Pearl st s of Saratoga 

Appleby Elizabeth, widow, cor Orleans and Caroline sis 
Appleby Thomas, Water st betw High and Exeter 
tAppleby Edward, labourer. Cross st near Johnson 
•Appier Jesse, piano maker, cor FrankliYi and Chatsworlh sts; 
Applegarth Sarah-, fancy dr<?s3 maker, 18 e Baltimore st 
Applegarth Alexander, »ea captain, 18 e Baltimore st 
ApplefTarth Robert, shoe maker, Lee ste of Charles 
Appold George, 21 n Calvert st 
Appold George & Co. tannery, n Howard st near Madison-, 

groceries cor Mott and Sterling 
Appold Henry, tailor^ rear of 70 Market space 
Appolder John, pilot, a w cor Bond and Fleet sts 
Ajcade Maryland, centre market space near Second st 
Arcade Washington, Market st f p 
Arcade Lexingtoui near Lexington market 
Ardin David, boot and shoe maker, 83 Harrison st 
Ar.ieu Elias C. barber, Pfenn av n of Franklin st 
Armacort Joshua, labourer, 40 Low st 

Armager J^esse, comb maker, Comb al'near Hill st & 174 Han- 
Arloyv Isaac,, shoemaker, 19 Albemarle st ^ovcr 

Armiger Benjamin, Ensor st extended 
Armiger Jt)hn, cordwainer, Forrest st n of Monument 
Armiger Joseph, combmaker, Hill st w of Hanover 
Armiger John, steam boat hand, back of 67 n Exeter st 
Armist«ad Mrs Col. George, 113 Hanover st 
Armislead Wm. carpenter. Burgundy lane e of Greene st 
Agmittage Wm. Franklin st e of Cove 

Armii-tage Dr. James, cor Eutaw and Fayette- sJs dw cor How- 
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Armor Samuel, tailor, cor Hughes and Hanover sis 

Armor Wm. clothing store, n Howard st dw cor n Howard and 

Monument sts 
Armour John, clothing store, 105 n Howard stf 
Armour James, 8 s Charles st dw e Baltimore e of LIo)'d 
Armstrong Solomon, shoemaker, s w cor Hampstead & Market 
Armstrong Hosea, boot and shoe store, 34 Market st f p [st»- 
Arnistrong George> grocer, s e cor Wilk and Exeter sts 
Armstrong Alfred, house and sign painter, 105 Bond st 
Armstrong Andrew, boat builder, Block st 8 of Willis 
Armstrong Thomas, Happy al s of Gough st 
Armstrong Wm. chairmaker, cor Strawberry al & e Balto. st 
Armstrong- James L. carver, Fayette st near Howard 
Armstrong & Turner, wholesale dry goods mts. 209 w Balto. it 
Armstrong George W. machmist, Light st extended 
Armstrong James, merciiant, Galvert si s of Saratoga 
Armstrong & Berry, booksellers and stationeps, 134 w Balti- 
more st dw Robt. Armstrong 9 Eutaw 
Armstrong John, boot and shoe man'y, 131 w Baltimore st 
Armstrong Wm. dry goods merchant, 41 w Baltimore st 
Armstrong Thomas, dry goods merchant, 21 w Baltimore st 
Armstrong James, soap boiler, Front st near Hillen 
Armstrong Mrs Louisa M, tailoress, Canal st near Jefferson 
Armstrong Acey, cordwainer, Canal st near Jciftrson 
Armstrong Henry, cordwa-iner, Saratoga st w of Howard 
Armstrong John, teacher, Richmond ste of Tyson 
Armstrong Mjs Hannah, widow, 92' n High st 
Armstrong James Jr & Co. grocers and commission merchants,, 

24 Cheapside. dw n- Calvert st near city spring 
Armstrong James, saddler and harness maker, 46 South st 
Armstrong Elizabeth, widow, Montgomery st e of Light 
tArmslrong Dennis, shoemaker, Sterling st near Monument 
Aniett, Henry, shoemaker Cove st w of Franklin- 
Arnett Ezekicl, barber, Hillen st near East 
Arnold Clement, carter, back of 29' Exeter st 
Arnold Thomas, blacksraith, Douglass sf c of Potter 
Arnold CharloUe, n Liberty st 
Arnold John, grocery, Frederick st n of l\att 
Arquit Eli, dry goods store, 9 ^Market st 
Arthur Anne, bakery, 35 Camden st 
Arthur Si- Gas, ed-. Athenaeum & Visiter,, s Gay st betw Water 

and Second 
Arthur Hugh, millwright, Saratoga ate of Cove 

Asbmall , grocery store, Lexington st w of Cove 

Asbury College. cor|Fayette and North sts M. Powers principal! 
Ash George, carpenter, Pinkney st e of Spring 
Ash Nicholas, J-. fancy painter, Eden n of B&lt. st- 
Ashbaugh John, Paver, High near Frencli. 
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>ishcam Alexander, Pilot, n. e. corner Gough and Bond sta. 
Asiicroft Thomas 11 ship carpenter, Hartf. Av. near Monuf, 
Ashley Geo., Wool spinner, Rock st. n of Lexington, [ment. 
Ashman Wm., Justice of the Peace, Paca n of Bait sts. 
Ashton M. Tailor, 6 Albemarle st. 

Askey John, boat builder, al \v of Harford run near Pratt st 
Askey Wm. cooper, al w of Harford run near Pratt st 
tAskins Christopher, labourer, Honey alley w of Charles st. 
tAskridge Thomas, labourer, Happy alley s of Fleet st. 
Assembly Room, n e corner Holiday and Fayette sis. 
Ates Hannah, washer, Park st e of Poppleton. 
Atkinson Samuel, procer, 24 Market st. f p. 
Atkinson Joshua, shoe store, corner Market and Lancaster sis. 
Atkinson Eleanor 20 Alice Anna st f p. 
Atkinson Angelo, ship carpenter Bank e of Market st. 
Atkinson and Co. plane manuf. corner Light and Balderston 
Atkinson John, of the above firm, dvv Holiday NofSnratoga 
Atkinson David, carpenter, Constitution near Monument si 
Atkinson Henry, grocer, Saratoga w ot cove st. 
Atkinson Thomas^ carter, Saratoga st extended 
Atkinson James, weaver. Mulberry e of cove st 
Atkinson JFrael, S. temperance store, George st near Pine. 
Atkinson Thomas, shoe manufactory 7 s Paca st. 
Atkinson James, barber, Orleans e of Friendship st. 
Atkinson Thomas C. civil engineer, 20 n of Exeter st. 
Atkinson John, H. Tailor 23, Bait st dw 37, n Exeter st. 
Atkinson and Clark, sail makers, 8 Dungan's wharf - 
Atkinson Horace, brickmaker, Sugar alley vv of Light st 
Atkinson J. I. sec. of B. &, O. R. R. co. dw Barry e of Sharp 
Atlasborger Catharine, huckster, Long al. s of New st 
Atwell Saml.. brickmaker, Wayne e of Howard 
Atvvood J no. cabinet maker, cor. North st and Orange al dw 

Calvert near Mulberry 
Auberry Prestley, cordwainer, Mott near n Gay st 
Auld Elizabeth, George near Pine st 
Auld Francis A. painter 95 s Howard st 
Auld Dawson, dealer in sand, 8 Hill st 
Auld Hugh shipwright. Falls st s of Thames 
Auld Saml. ship carpenter, 6 Market st 
Auld Harrison, ship carpenter, Ann st n of Allice Anna 
Ault Saml. finding and feed store Ensor near Potter dvv inter-^ 

section of Gay and Aisquith sts 
Ausdown Lewis Jr. hardware store 41 Thames st dw Wilk 

E of Market 
Ausbern Wm. conductor R. R. Holland st extended 
Austen Wm. tavern Wolf between Alice Anna and Lancaster st 
Austen Mrs. Frances. Apple al near Alice Anna 
Austin George, Fayette st e of Howard st 
Austin Mrs. Susan York a.v. 
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Avy Michael, s w corner Wilke and Ann sts 

Aydelott Peter, carpenter, Montgomery corner Willam st 

Ayres Charles, confectioner Fralt w of Green st 

Ayres Mrs. L. 280 w Bait, st 

Ayres James, co/dvviner Union st s of Ross 

Ayres Susan, Biddle al s of Ross st 

Ayres James, C. labourer, s Howard st extended 

y^yres Jacob, wholesale grocer, 16 w Pratt st dw 86 Paca si 

TAyres Henry, labourer; Hull's lane e of Friendsihp st 

t Ay res Wm. labourer, Welcome al w of Hanover st 

tAyres Anna, washer, Jefferson w of Canal st 

Ayrs Elizabeth 7 Market st 

Ayrs James H. waterman , Lancaster St e of Argyle al 

JpABB John D. merchant, Barre w of Hanover st 
Baartcher Christopher, cooper, Alice Anna e of Caroline st 
Babcock Abraham, Potter, High, near Hillen st 
Babcock J. printer, Camden st 2 doors e of Hanover 
Backus J. C. pat'tor Ibt Pl-esbyterian ch. North near Fayette 
f Backus Rachel, Washer, East s of Douglass. 
Backnus Rosanna, washer, Biddle st w of Ross st 
Blackhaus Lewis, Hull's lane 4 doors w of Aisquith st 
Bacon James produce dealer and grocer, corner Biddle st and 
tBacon Wm. waiter, carpenter's al e of Paci [Pa av 

Boder Malchum, glue factory, Columbia st extended 
Bader America, labourer, Columbia st extended 
Badger Elisha, Porter, 16 Lombard st 

Badger Francis, blk. smith Harford avenue formerly Briton st 
tBadger Benjamin, drayman, Biddle alley s of Ross st 
tBadger Charles, sawyer, Biddle alley s of Ross st 
Baer Dr. M. S Lombard st w of Hanover 
tBagger Garrett, drayman, 132 s Eutaw st 
Bagley John, grocer Frederick st near Arcade 
Bailey Thomas, ship carpenter Fleet near Ann st 
Bailey John, Sea Captain, Wilk;street near High 
Bailey Edwin sea capt.-Market s of Wilk 
Bailey Wm. ship carpenter, Philpot w of Thames 
Bailey Wm ship carpenter 22 Block st 
Bailey Hei.ry, Pilot, Gough e of Ann st 
Bailey George, Sharp st n of Lombard 
Bailey I'homas, labourer, 229 n Howards! 
Bailey Josiah, Printer. Hill w of Hanover 
Bailey Balfour C. n Exeter between Gay and Low 
Bailey Misses C. and W. milliners and dress makers 4 South st 
Bailer John, Carpenter, Cross, near Williams st 
TBaily Wiley, sawyer, Argyle al near Fleet st 
tBaily Samuel, caulker, Happy alley near Wilk 
tBaily Susan, Perry st e of Eutaw 
tBaily Dorcas, washer Columbia stE of Howard 
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tBaily James, labourer, Hono}' al w of Charles st 

tBaily John, Barber, Mecliaiiic's near High st 

Bainer Mrs. Marv, cedar cooper Gay opposite Front st 

Bainer Henry, Boot and shoe rn.iher cor. Falls st and Liberty al 

Bain Mrs Rebecca Boarding house Harfoid av ^ 

Baines Thomas, labourer, Harford av 

Bakeman Rudolph, bhcksmith, Bank st e of Amity 

Bailie Alj^ere, Porter, Lons alley s of Ross 

Bain Hope,;Consla!)le, corner Pine st and Chestnut alley 

Bain Dr Lexint>;l«>n st 2 doors e of Paca 

Baits Eliza, Teaclier of Mu^^ic, 21 Barnett st 

Baker Mrs. Margaret, Perry si e of Eutaw 

Baker George S. German st w of Liberty 

Baker Wm. glass warehou-e, 3 Hanover st 

Baker Mrs. Mary, n Gay near Morninu'iit st 

Baker Providence P. Front near Bath st 

Baker Wm. engineer, .3 Poppletou st 

Baker James, cord-.veiutT 8 Popietton st 

Baker Plenry, biacksn)ithSchro(der st n of Holland 

Baker Peter, tailor e wafer st near Harford run 

Baker George, tailor e Water st near Harford run 

Baker 11. E^ dniiigist, n e corner of Howard &<iFayette sts 

Baker Doctor William n e coriier Charles & Lexington sts 

Baker Doctor Samuel C. corner Charles and lexuigton sts 

Baker Miss Mary, teacher, G3 Conway si 

Baker Perry, fruit store Charles n ot Conway 

Baker Doctor E. corner Pratt and Charles sts 

Baker Henrv, house carpenter, 57 s Charles st 

Baker Mrs. Charlotte, seampsiress, Busy al w of Charles st 

Baker William, Plasterer, Pitt st w of Harford run 

Baker Henry, tailor. Maiden lane 

Baker George cordwainer 15 Bank lane 

Baker William, chair maker, corner Patter and Douglass 

Baker John McClcllan st n of Bait, st ^ , 

Baker Mrs Marv A. artificial flower maker, 222 w Bait, st 

Baker Gideon, s'e corner Fleet and Argyle alley 

Baker Sarah 110 VV. Ik. trret 

Baker James C. ship carpenter, \Vdk st e of Argyle alley 

Baker Henrv- carpenter, Strawberry al s of ^\llk st avv ^7 

Baker Capt'Geo. C. mariner 16 'i'hames st ^CJ^arles 

Baker Mrs. Mary, boarding house 10 Block st 

Baker William, carpenter, Pratt, e of President st 

Baker Willam, edge tool maker, Pratt e of Apple al 

Baker David, bark inspector, 28, Albemarle st 

Baker Wm. G. attorney at law, office 2o St-iPaul's stdw n e.co: 

Fayette and Sharp sts 
Baker Peter, Blacksmith. Light near Hill st 
Baker Charles, bakcrv, 81 Harrisonst 
Baker William, saddler, 19 Constitution st 
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Baker George 148 n Gaj' near Mott st 

Baker Hilary C. cabinet maker, n Gay near Mott st 

Baker John, coach maker, Exeter near Hillen 

Baker Hf^nry, cedar cooper, Canal near Gay street 

fBaker Fanny, washer, Hill, near Charles st 

("Baker fsaac, labourer, Sarah Ann st near Schroeder st 

t"Baker Mary, /washer, corner Slx-.rtst and short alley 

Balbirnie Georae, dyer and scourer, Fornt s of Ball, st 

Bald John M. lock s^miih; corner Fenn. av and Union st 

Balderston Huuh and Son, vvire.and sieve factory 12 s Calvert 

Balderston Hti<;h, of above firm, div Lombard between Hanover 

and Sharp streets 
Balderston Jacob, of above firm, dw corner Entaw and Camden 
Balderston Wilson, wire worker, over no 9 Light st Wharf 

dw 87 Sharp st 
Balderston John P. hardware merchant iGi n Howard st 
fBalderaton John, brick maker, Williams st exteruled 
Baldwin Andrew, brick layer, Cove si s of Franklin 
Baldwin George R. segar maker, 7Qh. Lexinston st 
Baldwin John, Mulberry between Pine and Pearl sts 
Baldwin Abraham, grocer, corner Pinckne}- st and Apple al 
fBaley Pnilis, washer, Chesnnt al e of pearl st 
Baley Isaac, Carpenter, Co'ua»l)ia st e of Paca 
Ball Wm. Jr. Clerk of Market dw cor Pine st and Chesnut al 
Ball Walter, Green st s of iMulberry 
Ball James, dairy ]8 Pitt street 
Ball & Berna^-d," paint oil & glass warehouse 22 Pratt st \v of 

Light street 
Ball Johii, tavern and oyster house, Harrison near Baltimore st 
Balla John A. tavern, and oys'er house, 3i Harrison st 
Ballad Roi)eri, labourer, ^Viiliams st extended 
BallaheOT Augustus, farmer, Pi'zrce st wof Chaisworth st 
Ballard Edward I. sail maker, N> w Cimrch st 
Ballard Ed. tavern and boarding b. n w cor Concord and Water 
Ballenger Samuel, carpenter, Park laidi e of Pine si 
Baliimoro Laboratory, Columbia st w of Cove 
B.iitimore Fire Insurance Co's Office 20 Sout'i st 
Baltimore Chemical Man. Co. ware house Light near Pratt st 
Baltimore In^.tinite, S;\raiogae of Counland st 
Baltimore General Dispensary, Ho'iday st near Orange alley 
Balliiiiore and Port Deposite R. R office post office Buildings 

entrance North st Lewis lirantz President 
Baliimoro IMuj^eum, n w corner Calvert and Baltimore sfs 
Baltimore Patriot, and mercantile advertiser n \v corner North 

and Baltimore sts. Isaac Munroe Proprietor 
Baltimore and Sus. R. II. olflS Second st. Ch. Howard pref. 
Baltz Jacob F. butcher, Apple al near Alice Ann st 
Baltzeil and Payne, Wholesale dry good Mt. 244^ w Baltst 
Ballzell Jacob, "Charles st n of Saratoga st 
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Bailzell Emanuel, firm ofBaltzell Hartzog & Co. dw Mulberry 

St near Cathedral 
Baltzell Bobert, printer, Henrietta near Charles st 
Baltzell Thomas & Philip, dry good mts 252 w Bait, st 
Baltzell Thomas, merchant, Paca s of Fayette si 
Baltzell Fulton & Quimby, whole sale dry good merchants, 270 
Baltzell A. merchant 15 Barnet st [w Bait st 

Baltzell J. & C. dry good merchanst. 236 w Baltimore, st 
Baltzell Charles, merchant, dw 40 Honover st 
Baltzell Mrs. Elizabeth, 19 German st 
Bamberger James, Polker st Canton 
Bamberger John, Bond n of Pratt st 
Bancroft John, bricklayer, 4 n High street 
Bandell George W. silk dyer and scourer, 28 Harrison st 
Bandell Mrs. J. B. corner Caroline and Bank sts 
Bandell John, block and pump maker, 88 McEIderry's wharf 
Bandell William, boot and shoe manu. Centre Market Space 
Bandell Andrew J. shoemaker, Maiden lane w of Aisquith 
Bandell Frederick, cordwainer,^Caroline n of Orleans st 
Bangs Francis, labourer, s of Sarah ann st 
Bangs John, cordwainer, Columbia near Cove st 
Bangs John, constable, Pitt w of Aisquith st 
Bangs Wm. H. lady's shoe maker, Exeter bet Bait. & Pitt st 

dw 12 East street 
Banks, see view of Baltimore, in introduction 
Bankard Wm. victualler, Hampstead st 
Bankard Jacob victualler, Hampstead st 
Banks Daniel B. dry good merchant, 29 w Baltimore street 
Banks Francis F. dry good merchant, 5G Lexington st 
Bannan John, shoemaker, n e corner Bond and Fleet 
Bannan H. academy' 97 Bait st up stairs 
Bansemer Charles F. & sisters, teachers, cor Green & Bait sts 
Bansis Stephen R. ropemaker. Light st extended 
j-Bantom Richard> Frederick st near Etna-lane 
Banchaps George, tailor, Pratt e of President st 
Baptist Church, corner Sharp and Lombard sts 
Baptist Church, Fleet e of Market st f, p. 
Baptist Church, Calvert 3d door from Saratoga 
Barber Reuben, copper smith, York avenue. 
tBarcroft Randolph, labourer, 54 n Exeter st 
Barestaker, John, victualler, Columbia st extended 
Bargar Deeter, bricklayer, 129 Paca st 
Barger George, carpenter, Falls turnpike near Tyson st 
tBarger Elizabeth, washer Low south of Aisquith st 
Bark inspector's office, Dungan's whf adjoining st tobacco w h 
Barker William, machmist, 89 Alice Ann st F. P. [Courtland 
Barker Francis, iron foundry, Calvert st dw Mulberry near 
Barker St Co. Lot. and ex. office n w cor Bait & Paul's st 
Barker John, Iron founder.Calvert near Mulberry dw 12 Water- 
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Barker Elizabeth, Franklin st w of Saratoga 

Barker Henry J. clerk, Ross st e ofEutavv 

Barker Mary, grocer,corner Burgundy alley and Green st 

Barker Lewis, carpenter, e Water st w of Harford run 

tBarker Basset, shoemaker, Potter av of Douglass st 

Barkerwitch Charlotte, milliner and manuta rnaker, 67 Bond st 

Barkley Edward, cooper, Pratt w of market 

Barkley Mary, Milliner, 43 Pratt st e of Sharp* 

Barklie Mrs. Jane, Bolton Row, Biddlest 

Barkman Christopher, 10 Lancaster st 

Barkman Mary 15 Thames st 

Barling Joseph, Exeter between,Balt and Pitt st 

Barlow Thomas, cabinet maker, Caroline n of Bait sts 

Barnaby Mrs Sophia,' Strawberry al near'Alice Annast 

Barnard Jas. Lime store, Light st whf. dw Geo. vv of Penn. av 

Barnard Sarah, tailoress, 57 Potter st 

Barnes Mrs. Hannah, baker, 153 Bond st 

Barnes Mrs. boarding house, Fayette st e of Holliday 

Barnes James, Wheelwright, Bait e of Cove st 

Barnes Philip, clock manufactory, 283 w Baltimore st 

Barnes James, Iron founder, Federal Hill opposite Telegraph 

Barnes John H. Carpenter, 3 Cheapside dw 16 Pitt st 

tBarnes Isabella,Busy alley e of Sharp st 

tBarnes Willam, Carter, Wolf 1 door from Fleet st 

tBarnes Ann, washer. Short al w of Canal st 

l^Barnes James, labourer, Short al w of Canal st [ment 

Barnet Wm. clothing store, 1 10 n Howard dw Hd. n of Monu- 

Barnet Daniel, att at law, office Court house lane dw 150 Sharp 

Barnet Wm. stone mason, Potter s of French 

Barnet Sylvester, labourer, 81 s Howard st 

tBarnet Perry ship carpenter, Washington stsof Wilk 

tBarnet George, Sawyer, Guilford alley w of Light st 

tBarnet John, stevadore, 1 Salisbury alley 

Barnett Wm. clothing store, 118 n Howard st 

Barnett Mary A washer, Perry st w of Howard st 

Barnett and Allen, carpenters. Sharp st n of Barre 

(Barnett Mrs. Mary, boarding house, Pratt e of Caroline 

barney JohnH. custom house officer, 15 Pitt st 

Barney L. & J. bujscuit bakers, Block st near Drawbridge 

Barney Lewis, 61 Charles st n of Saratoga [Pleasant 

Barney John, mt exchange building 18 Gay st dwCalvert near 

Barney Lewis &, John 26 Exchange Buildings 

Barney Robert, millwright, 5 Canal st s of Baltimore st 

tBarney Henrietta, Sugar alley near Light st 

tBarney Wm. sawyer. Strawberry al n of Pratt st 

Barnhart John, organ builder,York av near Monument st 

Barns Henry, Strawberry al n of Gough st 

tBarns David, waiter, Lloyd st near Salisbury 

Barnum T , tavern, U n Howard st 

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Bnrnum David, prop. Ciiy Hotel, s vv cor Calvert and Fayette 
Barr James, carter, Alice Anna w of Bond st 
Barr Wm. dry goods mt. 133i vv Bait st d\v High s of Bath st 
Barr John, carpenter, High n of Pitt 
Barrett Gregory, Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
Barrett Maurice, clothing store, 93 n Howard st 
Barrett Andrew, blacksmith, Pratt st vv of Penn av 
Barrett Minnstt, carver and gilder, Potter n of Gay 
Barrett Asa, bedding warehouse, Penn av opposite Seminary 
Barrett Mrs. Eliza, Mercer e of J^ight st 
Barrickman Jacob, mead factory, Ensor st foot of Gallows hill 
Barriere Miss Ar.n, dry goods store, n Gay near Potter st 
Barrier Eliza Ann, shopkeeper, cor Potter st and Necessity a! 
Barringer Lewis L. Butcher, cor Beard st and Long lane 
BarroU Jas and Son, grocers and com. mts. 1 Bowley's wharf 
Barroll Jas of above firm, dw Pleasant st bet Charles & St Paul 
Barrows James C. clerk, Charles st near Centre 
Barrows E. P. bacon store, Bait st w of Paca st 
Barrows Elijah, inspector of Pork,62 Liberty street 
Barry John L. Clerk in Franklin Bank, d\y cor Exeter & Stiles 
Barry James, labourer, alley between Spring and Oaroline 
Barry & Hurst, dry goods merchants, cor Bait and Liberty sts 
Barry Robt. com. mt. 4 Spear's whfdw St. Paul's st near Bank 
Barry llobt. merch, cor Hanover and Barre. [lane 

Barry Daniel R. merchant tailor, 26 n Gay st • 

Barry Jolisi J. clerk, Franklin st e of Chatsworth 
tBarry Louisa, Orleans e of Short alley 
Bartlett Isaac, grocer, 24 Philpot street 
Bartlett James, boat builder, Wills st s of Block 
Bartlett William, rope maker, Wolf near Gough st 
Bartlett B. R Saddler, Cove st s of Vine 
Bartlett Geo. & Co. leather mts cor Cowpen al and Howard st 
Bartlett George, of above firm, dw Eutaw n of Fayette st 
Bartlett W^illiam, piano forte man. cor Eutaw and Fayette sts 
Bartlett Mrs. Mary, mantuamaker, cor Hill and Charles sta 
Bartlett Mary Ann, Potter st s of Necessity alley 
Bartlett William E. & Joseph druggists,76 s Calvert st | 

.Bartlett William E. of above firm, dw cor Pratt and Eutaw 
Bartman Christopher, 10 Lancaster st 
Bartol George, coach maker, Calvert s of Bath st 
Bartol B. N. & R. Curriers, 16 Cheapside 
Bartol Nathaniel, of above firm, dw 68 Eutaw st 
Barton Selah, ship joiner, Star al near Gough st 
Barton John Pinkney, st e of Strawberry alley 
Barton Mrs. Cornelia, Bond n of Pratt st 
Barton William, bricklayer, e Water st near Harford run 
Barton Godfrey, painter. Bond n of Pratt st 
Barton Thomas, Granby st e of Gough st 
Barton James, shoemaker, Pinkney st w of Apple alley 
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Barton Henry, dairy, 72 Harrison st 
Barton Mrs. Mary, taiJoress, centre st near the Bridge 
Barton WiJiiam, currier, Water st w of Certre Market space 
tBarton Basil, labourer, Williams st near Cross st 
tBarton Nathaniel, carter, Exeter near Gay 
tBarton George, sawyer, cor Gay and Frederick sts 
tBarton Henry, sawyer, Market st extended 
Barton Mrs. Mary, Granby st near the Falls 
tBark Margaret, Low st s of Potter 
Bassford W. chairmaker,13 Thompson st 
Bassford Thomas, teacher of male free school, Courtland, st 
Bastian John B, botanic garden, Lexington st w of Rock st 
Batchelor, William, watchman, Preston s of Ross st 
Batchelor Nathaniel, sail maker, Albemarle sof Wilk st 
Batchelor Joseph corner North and Saratoga sts 
Bateman B. H. W. city Bailiff, 76 Bond st 
Bateman Mrs. Catharine, Eden s of Gough st 
Bateman Benjamin, tobacconist, cor Pratt st and Strawberry al 
Bateman Mrs. s w cor of Light and Montgomery sts 
tBateman Edward, drayman, Canal near Orleans st 
Bates, John, cordvvainer. Amity n of Bait st 
Bates Robert, weaver, Biddle w of Ross st 
Bates John, grocer, cor Pinkney st and Strawberry alley 
Bates Jacob, blacksmith, Falls near Buren st 
tBates Rachael, washer, Davis near Bath st 
tBates Jane, washer, Chesnut al e of Chatsworth st 
Bathurst Matthew, mt23 Water st dw North near Lexington 
Batteran Andrew, fisherman, York avenue 
Battes John, waterman, Johnson near Cress st 
Battie R. H. tobacco merchant, Hanover s of German st 
Battike Joseph, gardner, Philadelphia Road 
Battin Zachariah, labourer, Wilk st opposite High st 
Battinfield Christian, shoemaker, 6 Bond st 
Batty Thomas, labourer, Harford Avenue 
Batty Joshua, Rock n of Lexington st 
Batty Eliza, shopkeeper, 113 n High st 
Baugher Joseph, dw Fayette e of Pine st 
Baughman Jacob, carpenter, Vine st w of Cove st 
Baughman John, cabinet maker, 57 s Charles st 
Baughman George, merchant, 62 Eutaw st 
Baughman & Bevan, marble cutters, cor Park & Franklin sts 
Baum Samuel, carpenter. Mulberry e of Pine 
Baum Mary, Pearl st e of Saratoga 
Bauman Melcher, shoemaker. Light near Lee st 
Baumont Mrs. A. boarding h Monument square n of Fayette ? 
Baurgelt Jacob, cordwainer, Eutaw n of Mulberry st 
Bausman John, cor Liberty & German sts 
Bawden John, tailor, 16 Caroline s of Pratt st 
Baxley Dr. Willis, Fayette st near Paca 
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Baxley George, and Co. druggists s e cor Eloward & Franklin 

Baxley James, carter, corner Orleans and Eden sts 

Baxley Francis, engineer, 29 n Exeter st 

Baxter James, dairy 26 Lexington st 

Baxter Elijah E. wood dealer,Young st n of Orleans 

Baxter Arthur, T. gun smiih 67 Pratt st 

Baxter Sarah, grocer, 15 B'leet st e of Market 

Baxter John, academy, St. Paul's st s of Saratoga st 

Baxter Richard, blacksmith, Potter bet Gay and Hillen 

Baxter Mrs. Rebecca, school, York st vv of Light 

Bay Chew, carpenter, 277 n Howard st 

Bayer Stephen, bricklayer, Orleans w of Aisquith st 

Bay less Jas. P. tanner &l cur. 1 Cheapside dw Cove s of Pratt 

Bay less Nicholas, 25 s Exeter st 

Bayless Jane, 28 Lexington st 

Bayley Hamilton, carpenter, New st w of Eutaw 

Bayley M. comb maker, Columbia st extended 

Bayley Wm. slater, 101 n Front st 

Bayley Wm. accountant, 167 High st 

tBayley Sarah, washer, Chesnut al w of Pine st 

tBayley Nancy, waiter, s Howard st extended 

tBayley Lucy, washer, Lerew'sal s of Mulberry 

tBayley Isaac, labourer, Honey al w of Charles st 

tBayley John, wheat carrier, Wiilams st extended 

Bayly & Burns, booksellers & stationers, 132 w Bait st 

Bayly Wm. T. of above firm, dw High bet French & Hillen 

Bayzand & Rigby, mt tailors, 74 Bait st 

Bayzand Wm. H. mt tailor, Caroline n of Gough 

Bazaar, Harrison st n of Bait st 

Beachain Wm. cordwainer, Baltimore si w of Canal st 

Beale AVidow, Barnettst w of Charles st 

Beall Margaret, German vv of Pearl st 

Beall Richard, B stock & exchange broker & property agency 

s e cor Gay and Second sts. dw 4 Lexington st 
tBeall Maria, huxter, St. Mary's st s of Ross st 
Beam Robt. pilot, Fleet bet Market and Bond sts 
Beamer Henry, n e cor Lexington and Paca 
Beam Francis, Pierce st e of Pjne st 
Beam Jacob, flour inspector, George st w of Penn av 
Bear Caspar, labourer, Park st w of Schroeder 
Beard Capt. James, 55 Market st 
Beard Joim, constable, cor Hanover st & Busy al 
Beard David, huckster, Penn av s of Biddle st 
Beastall Samuel H. hatter, Bond st n of Gough st 
Beastall Mrs. Ann, n of Gough st 
Beatty George, wood dealer, Eden s of Pratt st 
Bealty Elizabeth, Bath e of Davis st [Lexington st 

Beatty Jas. gunpowder manu. &c. 7 Pratt st dw Calvert near 
^eatty Edward h Co. flour mts 9 Pratt st 

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Director for 1837. BEL 

Beatty Wm. H. & Co wholesale grocers, cor South and Pratt 
Beatty Wm. H. of above firm, dw 12 s Howard st 
Beaty Mary Ann, n e corner Ann and Thames sts 
Beaty Cornelius, n Liberty st 

Beatson Henry, cabinet maker, Lombard w of Howard 
Beauchamp Jesse, shoemaker, Lee between Charles &. Light 
Beaufort Charles, B. of revenue cutter, Pratt e of Caroline st 
Beaumont D. paper hanger, 39 n High st 
Beck Mrs. Elizabelh, Bishop's lane near Wilk 
Beck Thomas, dyer, Granby st near the Falls 
Beck Jacob, labourer Union st s of Ross 
Beckdold Simon, Block st 
Becker John B. porter, Exeter s of Hillen 
Becker, Robert, cabinetmaker. Park lane e of Pine st 
Beckei Mfs. Mahala, seampstress, Frederick near Gay st 
Becket Thomas, labourer. Market st extended 
Beefelt John H. cordwainer, Eutaw st s of Cider al 
Beegler Wm. stone mason, Addison near High st 
Beelsler Francis, whip and cane fact. 232 w Bait st 
Behrens Christian F. black and gunsmith, 151 Lee st 
Behrens George, shoemaker, Bank e of Eden 
Beiswanger J. boot maker,Huirs lane e of Friendship st 
Belford Wm. Apple al e of Gough st 
Belk Henry, e Bait e of Spring st 
Bell Richard, ship carpenter 16 e Fleet st 
Bell George F, M. n w cor Centre Market Space & Water st» 
Bell William, Cooper, 35 Albemarle street 
Bell Henry, Boot and shoe maker. Light st near Guilford alley 
Bell Daniel, labourer, Centre street near the Bridge 
Bell Thomas, stone mason, Mechanic's Court near High 8t 
Bell Miss Elizabelh, seminary, Potter n of Gay st 
Bell Hugh, boot and shoe maker, 4 Centre Market space dw 
Bell Mrs. R. milliner, 31 South st • [Hollins near Eden st^l 
Bell Frederick, book binder, Eutaw s of Pratt st 
Bell George, turner, Mulberry e of Pine st 
Bell Thomas, labourer, Green s of Baltimore st 
Bell John, oyster establishment, Lexington w of Eutaw 
Bell James, cordwainer. Amity n of Baltimore st 
Bell Richard B. com. nit 6 Saratoga st 
Bell Ann, Shop keeper, 16 East st 
Bell & Evans, oak Coopers, 62 Pratt st 
Bell William, of above firm, dw Albemarle near Water street 
tBell Elizabeth, washer. Peach alley n side 
Bellentine William, stone mason, Park et s of Richmond 
Belt Thomas'H. whiskey inspector, Courtland s of Saratoga 
Belt Henry, Canal street south of Baltimore street 
Belt Doctor, corner n Exeter and Baltimore sts 
Beltz Barbara, Park st s of Wagon al 
tBeltzebub, Mrs; Lerew'sal n of Franklin st 
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Beltzhouver, Henry, carpenter, 92 Park st 
Beltzhoover George, founlain inn, Light near Bait st stables 
Bend John, tailor, 16 Green st [46 s Howard st 

Bender Daniel, ^8 Franklin st 
Bender Jacob, boiler maker, Sugar al near Light st 
Benjamin Samuel, grocer, cor Potter and Douglass sts 
Benjamin Levi, lurniture store, cor Gay and Harrison sta 
Benrier Daniel, cordvvainer, Penn av s of Union st 
Benner Eliza, seanipslrcss, Hampstead e of Eden 
Benner Adam, inn keeper, Ball st e of Pine 
Benner Thomas S. merchant, n Gay near Mott st 
Bennet Patrick, cordwainer, Penn av s of Hoffman st 
Bennet John, wheelwright, 90 s Paca st 
Bennet Thomas, Monument e of Ensor 

Bennet & Moulton, mt tailors, basement'city hotel, Calvertfdvr 
Bennet Thos. rigger, Lancaster e of Market st [22 Forest st 
Bennet Capt. Richard, mariner 26 Alice Anna st 
Bennet Matthew Sc Son, grocers, 22, Thames st 
Bennet Fielding T. pilot, 9, Philpot st 
Bennet Capt. Wm 5 Fountain Row, Spring st 
Bennet Mrs. Rosanna, 10 Fountain Row Spring st 
Bennet M. comb maker, 61 n Exeter st 
tBennet Mingo, Strawberry al 1 door s of Pinckney st 
JBennet Robert, steamboat hand, Low s of Aisquith st 
JBeiinet Elizabeth, china seller, 44 Low st 
tBennet Peter, carpenter, Forest n of Douglass st 
fBennct, Garrison, labourer, Guilford al e of Light st 
Bennett George, houee carpenter, cor Pinkney and Spring sta 
Bennett Eli, clerk, Maddison w of Eutaw st 
tBenner Charles, porter, Charles s of West st 
Benny Mrs. Margaret, Hillen e of Front st 
^enson Robt. mt tailor, 7 s Calvert, dw Paca bet Fayette and 
Benson Wm. blacksmith, Busy al near Charles st [Lexington 
Benson Capt. Wm. 10 Fountain Row, Spring st 
Benson Mrs. Margaret, 59 Centre Market Space 
Benson Joseph, clerk, Lee st w of Charles st 
Benson Robt. shoemaker, 33 Camden st 
Benson Charles, Mulberry near Calvert s* 
Benson Thomas G. Mulberry near Calvert ft 
Benson Samuel, mt tailor, 6« w Bait st 
tBenson Ann E. washer, Fleet st 2 door from Caroline 
tBenson Edward, grain measurer, Sugar al e of Charles st 
JBenson Rachel, washer, Mechanic's Court near High st 
Bentley Joseph, machinist, Holland st extended 
Benton Paul, Mariner, Wolf stn of Falls 
hentz Caroline, 61 Lombard st 

Bsntzinger, Col. Matthias, cor Buren & Maddison eta 
Benri John, blacksmith, Conway near Green st 
Ber bines, Charles, fisher, Cross st e of Light 
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Bergan Wm. carpenter, Aisquiili s of McElderry st 
Berger John, Sterling st near Madison 
Bernard Stephen, teacher otrnodern languages, 16 s High 
Bernard Christiana, cjrd St button man. Sarataga w olPark st 
Bernet Wm. clothing store 110 n Howard d\v Howard n of 
Berry Sarah, Fe-1 st s of Thames [Monument st 

Berry Wm. rigger, corner Stiles and Albemarle sis 
Berry T. L. brick-maker, Sharp st sol' Lee 
Berry Mrs. Lee st e of Sharp 
Berry Wm. H. cordwainer, Potter n of Gay 
Berry John, carpenter, German st w of Green 
Berry Horatio, carpenter, German w of Green st 
Berry Mary, Biddle st s of Penn av 
Berry John, carpenter, Lexingtons of Park st . 
Berry Robt, D. grocer, corner Orleans st and Long lane 
Berry James, cedar cooper, Douglass w of Aisquiih 
Berry Win. rope maker, Cross st bet Light and Williantis 
Berry Col. Joiin, office corner Sharp & Lee sts 
tBerry Harriet, washer, Union st n of Penn av 
tBeny John A. carpenter, Perry st w of Howard 
tBerry John, fruiter, JNIechanic's Court, near High st 
Berry man John, cordwainer, Exeter 3 doors s of Hillen 
Berry man, John, clerk, Franklin e of Pine st 
tBerryman John, blacksfnith. Spring st s of Wilk 
Bersc'h Henry, mt tailor, s w corner of High and Pitt sta 
Berteau Nicholas, corner Pinkne> and Bond sts 
Bethel Church, (colored) Sharp st s of Lombard 
Beswick Benjamin, mariner, Ann 2 doors lirom Alice Anna 
Bettin Mrs. Jane, C.4 Bond st 

Betton Thomas W. stock man. 1 s Sharp st dw 7 s Sharp 8t 
Belts Mary K. n e cor Fleet and Ann sts 
Belts Solomon, mt. dw St. Paul's st opposite Courthouse lane 
Belts Henry, dealer, Aisquiih n of Monument st 
Belts Robt- carpenter, 12 Thompson st 
Benson Joseph, cooper, Chamberlain al s side 
tBellson Wm. labourer, Strawberry al a of Pinkney st 
Beucke Dr. T. A. Conway e of Charles st 
Beujac Mrs.A.T. lady's boarding school, cor Aisquith & Forest 
Bevan Joseph, watch and clock maker, 222* w Bait st 
Bevan G. &, S. dry goods ml. 29 Pratt st 
Bevan Samuel L. mt. 92 Hanover st 
Bevans Littleton, varnisher, Bath near Davis st 
Bevans Reuben A. L. cabinet maker, Caroline Row, Caroline 
Bevans William, grocer, cor St. Paul's and Centre sts [st 

Beveridge Charles C. mt tailor, Gay near Bait st dw Gay near 
Beveridge Francis, French near Bath st [Asquith st 

Beveridge John, tailor, 40 Centre Market Space 
Bevin Richard, dry goods mt. 77 Hanover st 
Bavins Edward, painter, a c cor Bond and. Alice Anna sts 
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tl5iaa Stcplien, lii\joiirer, Spring st s of Pratt st 

Bickioy Samuel, boot &- shoe maker, 68 Centre Market Space 

Bicknor A. R liardvvare int. German w of Har)over st 

Biddison Zacliuriali, city watchman, Mott near Sterling st 

Biddi.son Mrs Hannah, llolliday n of Saratoga st 

Biddle Ehz.ibeth, shoe hinder, Union st n of Penn av 

Biddle Abraham, cordvvainer, Maddison \v of Eutaw 

Biddle Aaron, waterman, Orleans e of Aisquith st 

Bier J. president marine bank, dw Second st 1 door e of Gay st 

Biggart Mary, Pitt st w of Harford Run 

Biggs Alexander, butcher, Pitt e of Eden st 

Bigham S. & J produce dealers, 26 Franklin st dw 114 n Eutaw 

tBigningston Henry, waiter, 16 Liberty st 

Billings Mary, Widow, Hollingsworth st n of Lombard 

Billmyer Henry, shoe stand, Arcade, dw Potter bet Low & Gay 

Billmyer Jacob, boot & shoe manu. East bet Hillen 8c French 

BiUiton, Clark, Spring st n of Gough st 

Bilsoh John, plaisterer, 50 Pearl si 

Bilson Samuel, plasterer. Pearl n of Lexington st 

Bines Robt. guager, Conway w of Eulaw st 

Binix Mrs. Amelia, Buren, near French st 

Binyon Thomas, n w corner Fleet st and Happy al 

Bird John E. dry good mt 54 Pratt st 

Birch VVm. S. paper hanger, 12 Light st 

Birch Mrs. 23 n Howard st 

tBircuit Hannah, washer, Little Sharp st n of Bait st 

Birchkead & Pearce, com mts, Commerce n of Pratt st 

Hugh mt dw 39 Charles st 
Birckhead Ann, 79 Alice Anna st 
Birckhead Mrs. Ciiarles st n of Saratoga 
Bird John, bricklaytir, Pierce st e of Chatsworth 

Birgman ., Hammond ai 

Birkie Thom;\s, H. 86 n Howard st 

Birnie Clotworihy, Jr. attorney at law, Eutaw n of Saratoga 
Biscoe Samuel C. pilot; Lancaster e of Ann st 
Bischoff Frederick H. tobacconist & grocer 15 Lee st 
Bishop James, cordwainer, Pierce st e of Cove 
Bishop Richard, coach maker, 68 Liberty st 
Bishop George, labourer, Salisbury eof Lloyd 
Bishop David, cabinet maker, Forrest w of Harford Run 
Bishop II. R. Painter, Thames e of Market st dw Wolf near 
Bishop Elizabeth, 24 Ann st [Lancaster st 

Bishop Capt. John, mariner, Alice Ann near Ann st 
Bishop Patrick, boarding house, cor Emory and Hanover sti 
tBishop Abraiiam, sawyer, Wolf st s of Alice Anna 
tBishop Perry, carter, Sugar al w of Light st 
Bissetl John, copper worker, e Bait st e of Bond st 
Bivens David, huxter, New st e of Paca st 
Bixler & Co. tobacconists, 57 n Howard st 
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Director for 1S37. BLO 

Bizouard T vice consul for his Holiness the PopeC. Market sp 
Black John, saiirnaker, Gough e of Ann st [s of Water st 

Black Vachel, Senr. stoneware potter, cor Pitt and Exeter sts 

dvv Saratoga st e of Paci 
Black Thomas, flour merchant, 30 n Howard st 
Blackburn Mrs Elizabeth, teacher, Paca st n of Mulberry 
Blackiston John B. cabinet maker, Cove st s of Mulberry 
Blackley Wm. butcher, Pitt st e of Eden 
Blackney Wm. miller, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Blackstone Harriet, widow, Orleans st e of Caroline 
tBlackstone Wm. labourer, 47 Potter st 

Blackwood Joseph, &, Duvall, carpet dealers, 188^ Baltimore 
Blades C. cordwainer, 79 Greene st [st dw 8 Greene 

Blades Rixson, blacksmith, Armislead lane e ol Light st 
Blair James, justice of the peace, office Eataw st n of Lexing- 
Blair Henry, clerk, 25 n Front st [ton, dw Franklin e of Pine 
Blake Emily, tavern and oyster house, Batii st e of Davis 
Blake John, harness maker, Howard st near Pratt dw Sterling 

neai Monument 
Blake John, labourer, Front st near Hillen 
Blake John, carpet weaver, Lerew's al near Howard st 
Blake George, cor Busy al and Sharp st 
Blake Margaret, dress maker, 22 e Baltimore st 
Blake Jacob, porter, Short al w of Cana! st 
tBiake John, labourer, Saratoga st e of Shroeder 
tBIake Phaton, coachman, Halfmoon al n of Douglass st 
tBlake James J. barber, Light st wharf near Lee st 
tBIake James, labourer, Centre st w of St Paul's 
tBlake Daniel, labourer, al bet Spring and Caroline sts 
tBIake Charles, labourer, al bet Spring and Caroline sts 
tBlake Mary, Spring st w of Wilk 
Blakeney Abel A. carpenter, cor Aisquith and Low sts 
Blakeney Abraham, carpenter, Orleans st w of Canal 
Blakey mrs Mary, corset maker, 14 e Baltimore st 
Blanch mrs Elizabeth, 71 Albemarle st 
Blanch James, potter. Sterling st near Monument 
Blanchard Elizabeth, 7 Waterloo row 
Blanchard Thomas, barber, 37 centre market space 
Blanchard mrs Mary, teacher, Saratoga st e of Greene 
Blancy Thomas, butcher, York av 
Blandin mrs Elizabeth, Caroline st s of Gough 
Blass Wm. H. cab. mak. Greene st n of Burgundy al 
Blasky John G. 13 Thames st 
Bleier Frederick, tailor. President st n of Fawn 
Blick Wm B. teacher, Orleans st e of Spring 
Bliden Sarah, Fleet st near Bond 
Blinn Joseph, fruit shop, Light st wharf near Barre st 
Blinsinger George, baker, 132 Eutaw st 
Block E .com. mt. Commerce st dw Front n of Balto. 
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BOL MatchetVs Baltbvofe 

Block Joseph, machinist, e Pratt si opp President 
Block mrs Elizabeth, cor Ensar and Forrest £ts 
Blocker Matthias, labourer, 5 Poppleton st 
Blonc Francis, hibourer. Fed hill near glass liouse 
Blood Clarine L boarding house, 29 Thames st 
Bloom Chrir.tf)ph, butcher, herring bay near Neighbors st 
Bloomer J. W. hat manufacturer, s vv cor Baltimore and Cal- 
vert sts dw Baltimore near Green 
Bloomer Fred, hai man'r. s \v cor Baltimore and South sts 
Blooner l^ewis, tailor, 69 Bond st 
Blunt Jamf'S, carptrnter, Forrest st opp Penitentiary 
Boardley Daniel, sup. Susq. 6u Bait. R. R. dw n Howard st s of 

Madison 
Boardh-iy Pcale, portrait painter, dw Courtland st near Pleasant 
Boal Frederick, stone muson, Franklin st o of Chatsworth 
Bobart Charles C. shocmiker, Apple al near VVilk st 
Bodely Samuel, weaver, opp Lexington st e of Rock 
tBodely Stephen, labourer, Popf)leton st s of Park 
Boden Samuel, weaver, opp Lexington st e of Rock 
Boden Wm. sand dealer, dw Harrison near Gay 
Bodensick David, cabinet maker. Mulberry st e of Pine 
Bodfield mrs Susanna, 1G4 n Gay st near Mott 
Bodman Wm. vinegar depot, cor Howard and Pratt sts dw 

Camden c of Paca 
Boehm Chas. G. m3rchant, Lombard st dw 121 Hanover 
Boggs John, tavern and grocer. Liberty st s of German 
Boggs & Welter, distillers and rectifyers, 18 McElderry's whf 

dw li. Boggs, cor Conway and Hanover sts 
Boggs John &L Co. com. mts. 14 Spear's wf dw A. Boggs e 

Baltimore st near Exeter 
Boggus Robt. cordwainer. Eager al n of Saratoga st 
Bogue Francis, labourer. Cross st e of Williams 
Bogue Henry, tailor, 112 s Paca st 
Bohen James, brickmaker, 12 Hill st 
Bohen Mary, widow, Eden st near Jefferson 
Bohn Jacob, 130 n Howard st 
Bohncalf Adnm, cooper, Biddle al s of Biddle st 
Boizard Jos. French restorateur, 36 South st [Front 

Bokee John C. firm Myers & Bokee, dw Gay st 2 doors n of 
Bokee mrs Catherine S glass and china ware room, 8 Harrison 

st dw HiL'h near Low 
Bokee Sophia, 147 n High st 
Bokeman Michael, Fleet st e of Washington 
Bolder Francis, carter. Monument st e of Eden 
tBolder Stephen, carpenter, Short st n of Orleans 
tBolder Henry, blacksmith, East st n of Douglass 
Bolding mrs Louisa, e Water st w of Albemarle 
Bolgiano Wm. G grocery, cor York st and Harford av 
Bolgiano John, bacon mt. 140 Monument st 
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Director for 1837. BOO 

Boliaff Lewis, tanner, Saratocca st 2 doors from Gay 

BoJlman Windcll, carpenter, Penn av Greenwell st 

Bolin Roger, carpenter, Pleasant st e of Park 

Boite John F. flonr and feed store, 130 n Gay st d\v York av 

Bolton H. paint and oil store, McElderry's vvf dvv 30 n Front st 

Bolton E. & H, clotliing store, 20 centre market space 

Bolton & Glanville, hatmanufiicturers, 50 centre market space 

Bolton Maria, widow, cor Aisquith st and Maiden lane 

Bolton Mary, widow, Aisquilh st n of McElderry 

Bombarger John, boot maker, 15 Maiden lane 

Bombarger John, blacksmith. Friendship st s of Orleans 

Bonaparte Jerome Napoleon, 27 n Gay st 

tBonaparte John, barber, e Baltimore st e of High 

Bond Charles, clothing store, cor Franklin and Pine sts 

Bond Eleanor, 120 Lombard st 

Bond Richard, tobacconist, Eutaw st s of Perry 

Bond Dr. Thomas E. 94 Lombard st 

Bond Wm. Eden st s of Orleans 

Bond Dr. T. E. Jr. office 16 Hanover st 

Bond Philip, carpenter, Constitution st s of Monument 

Bond John, tailor, Aisquith st s of Douglass 

Bond Zaccheus, Aisquith st near Forrest 

Bond Dr. Augustus A. 76 Exeter st 

Bond Thomas, feed store, Forrest st s of Douglass 

Bond Lambert W. tailor, Market st 2 doors s of Alice Anna 

Bond Benjamin, (Franklin Bank) Exeter st n of Stiles 

Bond James, cor Bank and Caroline sts 

Bond Barnard, carter, cor Canal and Gough sts 

J3ond Wm. labourer, Apple ai s of Baltimore st 

Bond James, cloth draper, 42 Albemarle st 

Bond Ann, seamstress, 10 Camden st 

Bond Philip, carpenter, cor Constitution and Falls sts 

Bond Thomas, Patapsco oyster cellar, cor North & Fayette sts 

Bond Thomas W. n Gay st near Monument 

Bond John, huckster, Montgomery st e of Light 

tBond Francis, washer, German st w of Green 

tBond Isabella, washer, Forrest st s of Douglass 

Bonday James, cooper, 8 e Fleet st / 

Bonfieid mrs Casandra, Shakspeare st w of Apple al 

Bonn Anthony & J. tobacco mts. 24 Pratt st and^92 s Charles 

dw A Bonn Conway st e of Howard 
Bonn Joseph, tobacconist, dw 102 s Paca si 
Bonn Ann, Perry st w of Charles 
tBonn Stephen, labourer, Pleasant st w of College al 
Bonner Mary, shopkeeper, cor Orleans and Caroline sts 
Booker Asa, house and ship smith, 17 Concord st dw w Balti- 
more betw Front and Harrison 
Booker John L. dw Holliday st n of Saratoga 
Boobelt Charles, cabinet maker, Eutaw st s of Monument 
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Bookhultz Jos. butcher, cor Charles st and Sup;ar al 

Bookhurst Francis, cordwainer, Exeter si s of French 

Bool H. W. Jr. auction and commission store, GO Baltimore st 

tBoom Rezin, Strawberry al s of Pinkney st 

tBoom Thomas, labourer, Perry st w of Howard 

tBoom John, labourer, Welcome al w of Hanover st 

Boon Nicholas, eaj>le hotel, n Gay st near High 

Boon Dr. John, dw 168 n Gay st near Mott 

tBoon Ann, washer, Chesnut al w of Pine st 

tBoon Rebecca, washer, Lerew's al w of Mulberry st 

tBoon Joshua, steamboat hand, Short st s of Jefferson 

Booth Francis, Bait. Intelligence office, Fayette st e of Holliday 

Booth Benjamin, ship carpenter, Fountain st 

Booth Joseph, upholsterer. Canal et s of Baltimore 

Booth Mary, Burgundy al near Lunn's lane 

Booth Elizabeth, huckster, Hillen st 2 doors from Potter 

Booth John R. tobacconist, cor Camden and Hanover sts 

Booth \Vm. drayman, 41 n Exeter st 

tBooth Wm. wagoner, Spring stn of Gough 

tBooth Edward, labourer, Tyson st extended 

Bordley Susannah, Madison st w of Howard 

Bordley John, lime dealer, 22Cheapside, dw 72 n High st 

Borgelt John, carpenter, Wagon al vv of Howard st 

Borgelt Jacob, cordwainer, Eutaw n of Mulberry st 

Borhemp Francis, baker, 120 n Eutaw st 

Boroughs Jas. Forrest st s of Douglass 

Boroughs Mary Ann., washer, Low st s of Aisquith 

Borland Thomas, 110 Eutaw st 

Borum Sterling, sea captain, Pitt st e of Eden 

Bose Wm. dw St. Paul's st 2 doors from Pleasant 

Bosley Caleb, labourer, opp Lexington steof Cove 

Bosley James B. justice of peace, AVater st betw Frederick and 
Gay, dw e Baltimore near Caroline 

Bosley James, counting room and dw Fayette st e of Calvert 

Bosley John, wagoner, Bank st e of Eden 

Bosley John, Centre st near St Paul's 

Bosman Edward, dyer, Mullikin st e of Caroline 

Boss Adam, Bond si n of Bank 

Boss John, carpenter, Bank st 1 door e of Market 

Bossell Louis, Wilk st 1 door e of President 

Bossiere Jos. S, lith. and copp. plate printer, 91 Baltimore tt 

Boston Daniel, Market st s of Tham^es 

Boston Charles, carpenter, Eden st s of Gough 

Boston & Watson, hat manufactory, 1 South st 

Boston Jacob, hatter, 8 s Calvert st 

Boston Elizabeth, seamstress, Welcome alley w of Howard st 

Boston Ann, huckster. New st w of Long alley 

Boston Robert, labourer, Perry st e of Eutaw 

Boston Jacob, hatter, Water st e of Exeter 



Director for 1837. BOW 

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fBoston Sarah, washer, 38 Park st 

tBoston Maria, washer, Wagon al w of Liberty st 

■fBoston John, labourer, 183 Hanover st 

fBoston Peter, labourer, Charles st s of Montgomery 

fBoston Daniel, labourer, Charles st s of Hill 

fBoston Susannah, Siillhouse st 

fBoston Susan, teacher, 181 Hanover st 

Boswell John, brickmaker. West st betw Light and Charles 

Boswell Elizabeth, cord man'y. 95J w Baltimore st up stairs 

Boswell Win. brickmaker, Alice Anna st e of Bond 

Bosworth Peleg, stone cutter, Saralojra st w of Chatsworth 

Bottomer Thomas, cordwainer, Madison st w of Howard 

Bottomore Ann, grocer, 27 n High st 

Bouchet Mary, clothing store, Harrison st n of Baltimore 

Bouchet & Conn, second hand furniture dealers, Harrison st 

near ^^tna lane 
Bonis Samuel, Wilk st e of Wolf 
Bouis John, tin and sheet iron worker, 16 South st 
Boulden Wm. labourer, Tyson st w of Richmond 
Boulden David, ornamental painter, Hillen st e of Front 
tBoulden Wm. labourer, Bishop's lane near Granby st 
Bouldin Alexander^, surveyor of Baltimore Count}'", office and 

dw HollifJay st n of Fayette 
Boult Thomas H. pilot, Pratt st w of Market f p 
Bounds James R. firm of Long & Bounds, 37 South st dw Or- 
leans e of Friendship 
Boury Joseph, confectioner, 17 e Baltimore st 
Boury Joseph, importer of fancy articles, 164 w Baltimore st 
fBousel Stephen, labourer, Columbia st w of Eulaw 
fBouyer Wm. labourer, Sugar al near Light st 
Bowen Ann, Happy al near Alice Anna st 
Bowen, Sellers & Co. importers of cloths and cassimeres, 153 

w Baltimore st up stairs 
Bowen mrs Elizabeth, sempstress, York av 
Bowen John, labourer, Canal st near Orleans 
Bowen Mary, Mulberry st e of Eutaw 
Bowen Mary, sempstress, 239 n Howard st 
Bowen Jesse, engineer, Silver st e of Eden 
Bowen Ridhard, cordwainer, Water st e of High 
Bowen Wm. carpenter, Silver st e of Eden 
Bowen Isaac, potter. Potter st s of Douglass 
Bowen Delia, widow. Friendship st s of Orleans 
Bowen Ephraim, cooper, Mercer st e of Light 
Bowen Ann, widow, Armistead lane near Light st 
Bowen Isaatf, paper hanger, 25 n Exeter st 
Bowen Daniel, butcher, Long lane n of Orleans st 
tBowen Clara, Broomstick row, near Lerew's alley 
Bowerman H. N. clerk, cor Saratoga and Courtland fit! 
Bowers W. & T. coach painters, 71 Pratt st 
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Bowers Pierce, carter, Baltimore st w of Poppleton 

Bowers Jacob J. victualler, Saratoga st extended 

Bowers Ann Margaret, grocer, cor Orleans and Canal sis 

Bowers Isaac, cabinet maker, 25 n Exeter st 

Bowers George, shoemaker, Long lane s of Orleans st 

Bowers David, blacksmith, Park st s of Marion 

Bowers Wm. coach painter, Pratt st near Howard dw Ensor st 

extended 
Bowers Caspar, cordwainer, Neighbours st near Harford av 
tBowers Horace, drayman, Saratoga st near Cove 
tBowers Richard, baker, Pierce st w of Pearl 
tBowers Francis, labourer. Park lane w of Pearl st 
Bowersock Levi, trader, e of Cove st n of Frankin 
Bowersock Gustavus, carpenter, Lexington st e of Amity 
Bowie Reuben S. painter and glazier, 33 e Water st 

Bowie market woman, 51 n high st 

Bowler Jerry, Bounty lane between Caroline and Spring sta 

Bowley Joseph, carter, Spring st n of Gough 

Bowley Amelia, grocer, 270 n Howard st 

Bowley Samuel, clerk, Aisquith st n of Hollins 

Bowling Thomas, pilot, VVilk st w of Ann 

Bowly Dr. John, office 11 Harrison ft dw High near Gay 

Bowman Wm. s w cor Fleet st and Happy al 

Bowman Ignatius, carpenter, Pearl st s of Saratoga 

tBowman Eliza, washer, Pitt st w of Harford run 

Bows Elizabeth, Armistead lane e of Light st 

Bowser Wm. H. carpenter, Bond st s of Baltimore 

Bowser Henry, sawyer, Spring st near "Wilk 

tBowser Joseph, labourer. Short st n of Orleans 

tBowser Lydia, teacher, Eager al w side 

tBowser Daphne, boa»^^ding house, 51 South st 

Bowyer David, segar maker. Spring si n of Gough 

tBowzer Dolly, shop keeper, Pitt st w of Harford run 

Boyce Sutton, baker, Guilford al e of Light st 

Boyd Samuel, carpenter, cor Baltimore and Caroline sts dw 

e Baltimore w of Caroline 
Boyd John L carpenter, Ensor st foot of Gallows' hill 
Boyd Elizabeth, 23 Fajelte street 

Boyd Hugh, clothier, se corner of Frederick and Second fts. 
Boyd John, porter and oyster estabiisliment, 11 South st dw 
Boyd Hugh, painter, Cove st n of Saratoga [Lovely lane 

Boyd Mrs. dw e of Cove st n of Franklin 
Boyd Jacob, cordvvainer, Saratoga st w of Pine 
Boyd Samuel, tobacconist, 80 Pratt st 
Boyd &L Chappell, tobacconists, 80 Pratt st dw Wm. A. Boyd, 

Gay st opposite Belle Air market 
Boyd John, sailmaker, cor Gough and Canal sts 
Boyd Wm. A. n Gay st near Mott 
Boyd Peter, soap & candle factory, Albemarle st near Plowman 

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Boyd Joseph, hatter, Exeter st near Hillen 

Boyd Alexander, coach trimmer, York av near Monument st 

Boyer Catherine M. 16 Mechanics' row Wilk st 

Boyer & Diffenderffer, grocers and iron merchants , corner of 

Pratt st and McElderry's wharf 
Boyer Jacob, of above firm, dw n e cor Albemarle & Pratt sts 
Boyer John, segar maker, French st near Exeter 
Boyle E. hotel, 10 n Liberty st 

Boyle Edward, hotel, Court house lane, 2 doors from Calrert 
Boyle Michael, porter cellar, s Gay st near Water 
Boyle Charles, grocer, cor Lexington and Park sts 
Boyle Hugh & Co. com. mts. 67 Smith's wharf 
Boyle Hugh; dw Charles st opposite Barnett 
Boyle Francis, Sharp st s of Barnett 

Boyle Wm. K. sweep master, Eager al 2 doors s of Saratoga st 
Bozide Francis, steamboat hand, Lee st near Charles 
Brabson Ezekiel C. Mulberry st e of Pine 
Bracken Christopher, labourer, rear of 100 Dugan's wharf 
bracken Christopher, labourer, President st n of Fawn 
Bradbury John, tailor, 1 Shakspeare st 
tBraddox Wm. porter, Marion si w of Park 
Braden Jane, dairy, 274 n Howard st 
tBraden Dick, labourer, Wayne st w of Howard 
Bradenbaugh John & Co. mts. dw Liberty st near Howard 
Bradenbaugh John, 72 Liberty st 
Bradford Margaret, Happy al near Lancaster st 
Bradford John, flour merchant, cor Cable and Commerce sts 

dw St Paul's st s of Franklin 
Bradford Mrs. female academy, Saratoga st e of St Pauls 
Bradford Susan, 23 Potter st 

f Bradford Rebecca, oyster cellar, Welcome al w of Sharp st 
Bradley mrs Margaret, Caroline st s of Wilk- 
Bradley John, Bishop's lane near Wilk st 
Bradley Anthony, porter, Baltimore st e of Pine 
Bradley Henry, weaver, e of Saratoga st near Poppleton 
Bradley Robert, Gough st s of Granby 
fBradley Samuel, porter, Chesnut al e of Pine st 
Bradshaw John, U. S. hotel, 16 Pratt st 
Bradshaw Thomas, weaver, Sarah Ann st near Poppleton 
Bradshaw Richard, tavern, 3 centre Market space 
Brady Samuel, Painter, cor Bank and Argyle al 
Brady Michael, labourer, Falls Avenue n of Pratt st 
Brady M. porter, Calvert s of Centre st 
Brady Peter, tavern and oyster house, Bath e of Davis st 
Brady Mrs. Ann,Harford avenue 
Brady Philip, grocer, s e cor Howard and Madison sts 
Brady Patrick, stone cutter, Hanover st w of Emory 
Brady Hugh, pand hauler, Madison e of Howard 
Brady Greenbury, block and pump maker, Eden n of Pitt 
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BRE MdlcheWs Baltimore 

Brady Mar}', widow, Holland w of Eden 

Bramble Wm. huckster, Potter st n of Half Moon al 

Bramble Nathan, oak cooper, 17 Constitution st 

Bramble VVm. huckster, Briton st Harford avenue 

tBrambley Priscilla, washer, Guilford al w of Light st 

Bran John, grocer, cor Mulberry st and Lerew's al 

Branch Albert S. printer, 13 n High st 

Brandes Frederick, cabinet maker, cor Grant and Lombard sta 

Brandt F. H. GaniJen brewery, Camden st bet Paca St Eutaw 

Brannan Frederick, Caroline st s of Wilk st 

Brannan Mrs. Mary, 8 Block^ st 

Brannan John, cordwaincr, Gough e of Eden 

Brannan Frances, grocer, cor Davis and Bath sts 

Brannan Barney, labourer, French near Bath st 

Brannan Mrs. Sarah, Lee e of Charles st . 

Brannan & Forney, wholesale grocers, 263 Bait st 

Brannan John, dvv Pearl s of Saratogas! 

Brannan Alexr. tavern, cor Concord st and Fish Market space 

Brannell Ellen, Pearl st s of Park lane 

Branson Joseph, custom house, dw Fell's st s of Thames st 

Brant George, grocer, Fayette w of Green st 

Brantigam Martin, boot and shoe maker, Temple st s of Pitt 

Brashears Francis, carriage Maker, Pinkney e of Bond 

Brashears John, tinner Hillen near Pratt st 

Brashears Thomas, chair maker, 53 s Howard st 

Brashears Bradley J. cabinet maker, 125 s Sharp st 

Brashears Mary Ann^ Jefferson w of Canal st 

Brass Joseph, grocer, Commerce n of Pratt 

tBrass Richard, labourer, Gallows Hill 

Bratt George, blacksmith, Light near Henrietta st 

Bratt John, firm of Watchman & Bratt, steam engine builders, 

William st l^i^deral hill dw Johnson near Hughes st 
Brattons Ferdinand. Lexington bet Liberty and Park sts 
Brauns & Focke, importers of German goods, 194 w Bait st 
Bravvner Andrew, tavern, cor Forest and Low sts 
Brawner Bernard, labourer, 44 Potter st 

Breck Joseph, attorney al law, office, cor St. Paul's & Fayette 
Bredecamp Henry T. e Pratt st 
Bredemeyer F. Conway st e of Howard 
Bredenbaugh Jacob, shoemaker. Bank st e of Harford run 

Bremerman , Tailor, Bank e of Eden 

Brenan Thomas B. agent &. collector, 55 George st 
Brenan P. Edward, mahogany dealer, 10 Frederick st 
Brenan John, cabinet maker, 10 Frederick near Bait st 
Brenker George, trades union hotel, 106 Dungan's wharf 
Brennan Patrick, sail maker, 6 e Fleet st 
Brennan Henry, tailor, 22 Albemarle st 
Brent Jacob, tobacconist, Conway st w of Lerew's al 
Breviit, Eilizabeth, cor Sharp and Barree 

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Brevitt George, carpenter, Canal near Jeflferson st 

Brevitt Dr. Joseph, 76 n High st 

Brewer Elias, tavern, 5 Fish-market tpace 

Brewer Charles, moulder, Wolf 1 door nof Wilkst 

Brewer N. justice of Peace, S3 C. Market space, dw 27 n Gaf st 

Brewer Danl. cabinet maker, Harrison n of Bait dw 38 Harrison 

Brewer Mrs. Eliza, huckster, York avenue 

Brian Eliza, tailoress, 61 n Exeter st 

Briant John, band box man. 27 1-2 Bait st 

Brice George H. attorney at law, Fayette near St Paul'i st dw 

Charles n of Henrietta 
Brice John, com mt. office Gay near Water st dw Calvert near 

Saratoga st 
Brice Henry, notary public,46 Water st dw Forest near Bait st 
Brice Nicholas, clerk, cor Sharp and Lee sts 
Brice Mrs. mantua maker, 127 Pearl st 
Brice Hon. N. judge of city court,dvv Charles nof Hambleton st 
Brice Susan, Low st s of Aisquith st 
tBrice Kinsey, porter, Slwrt st s of Jefferson st 
Bridener Martin, baker, Potter n of Gay 
Biidge Isabella, I'yson al w of Falls road 
Bridges Wm. confectioner, 2l7 w Bait st 
Briggs James, painter High bet French and Hillen 
Briggs Richard, cabinet maker, Chesnut al e of Pearl st 
Briggs Charles, carter, cor Eden and Baltimore sts 
Briggs Ann, Widow, 6 Hill st 
Bright Capt Thomas Stiles w of Albemarle st 
Bright Cloudsley,carter, Bounty lane bet Caroline 8c Spring its 
Bright Nathaniel, tailor, Sterling near Monument 
Bright Hamel, Widow, Monument st w of Canal 
tBright Major, sawyer, Forrest s of Douglass 
Bright Sarah, washer, Little Sharp st s of Barnet 
Brightman John cabinet maker, Mulberry w of Eutaw 
tBrightmau Henry, drayman Vine st e of Pine st 
Brinard Albert, sugar refiner, Long afs of Ross st 
Brinckman Henry, Blacksmith, Lee e of Charles st 
tBrion Aaron, coachman, Exeter near Hillen 
tBrion Wesley, labourer, Charles st extended 
Briscoe M rs. Mary, boarding house, 39 Albemarle st 
Briscoe Lewis, barber. Bait st w of Paca 
Briscoe Dr. J. H. 6 St. Paul's st 
tBriscoe Gabriel, barber, 116 n Howard st 
tBriscoe Wm. drayman, w Montgomery st extended 
Brister Susan^ dairy, Pearl st s of Saratoga 
Briscoe James, com mt Light st wharf dw 95 s Paca it 
tBristoe David, porter, Forest s of Orleans st 
Briton Theodore, brick maker, Cove n of Bait st 
Britt S. cordwainer, cor Lerew's al and Franklm st 
Brittingham Solomon, grocer, 152 n Howard st 
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Brittingham Wm. carpenter, Pitt e of Aisquith st 

Broadbent G. silk and fancy store, 61 vv Bait st 

Broad bent Wm. silk and fancy store 123 w Bait st 

Broadbent S. wholesale perfumery, 157 w Baitst 

Broaders E. VV. tavern, cor Charles and Camden sts 

Broadfoot Wm. store-keeper, Lexington st e of Howard st 

Brocklehurst J. fancy store, 16 n Gay near Front st 

Broderick, Wm. grocer,|Bath e of Davis st 

Broadhurst Jo». hatter, McElderry's wharf 1 door s of Pratt st 

Broffy Vv^m. labourer, Tyson al e of Tyson st 

Brog'den Austin, drayman, Chesnutal w of Chatsworth st 

Bromley Mrs. Ann C tavern, 7 Centre Market space 

Bromwell Josiah, clerk, Lee w of Hanover 

Bromvvell Wm. wholesale dry goods mt. 175 w Bait st dw n w 

cor Calvert and Saratoga sts 
Brooke Alfred 13. n Howatd s of Richmond st 
Brooks Ransley cor Eden and Wilk st 
Brooks Shadrach, tailor, e Pratt near Caroline 
Brooks Henry, tailor, e Pratt st 1 door n of Caroline 
Brooks Joseph, wool inspector, High st 2 doors n of Pratt 
Brooks Stephens fe co. wholesale dry goods,store 255 Bait st 
Brooks Gorham, Charles st s of Franklin 
Brooks John, Barnet w of Charles st 
Brooks Wm. labourer, Bait w of Amity st 
Brooks Nathan C. teacher. Pearl st n of Mulberry 
Brooks Michael, tavern, 70 Franklin st 
Brooki Robert, blachsraith, Emory n of Columbia 
Brooks Chauncy, merchant, German w of Howard st 
Brooks 1. iron store, 74 s Calvert dw Front bet Gay & IJillun 
Brooks Wm. cabinet maker, 63 n Front st 
Brooks Wm. grocer, 78 s Calvert dw 34 n Front st 
tBrooks John, carpenter, Hill e of Sharp st 
tBrooka Margaret, Hill near Charles st 
tBrooks Robert, caulker, Caroline n of Pratt st 
JBrook James, labourer,*Howard 9 of i>arre 
IBrookheart Mrs. Catharine, huckster, York avenue 
Broom Abraham, labourer, Columbia e of Howard st 
Broom Thomas, tavern Sc blacksmith, Bait st extended 
Broom James, ship joiner, 76 Alice Anna st 
Broom Henry, rigger, 22 Wilk st 

Brotherton ot Davidson, potters, Pitt st e of Harford run 
Brotherton Capt.T. W. of above firm,dvv Pinkney e of Spring st 
Brotherton John, carpenter, German st w of Pino 
Broughton J. &c Co. mt tailors, 109 w Bait st 
Broughton Isaac, carpenter. Sterling near Madison st 
Broughton K. carpenter, Caroline 1 door s of Pinckney 
Brown David, proprietor of Columbian restorative of deafness 

n w cor Salisbury and Exeter st 
Brown Philip, cordvvainer, Camden near Charles st 
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Director for 1837. BRO 

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Brown Mrs. tailoress, Park st n of Saratoga 

Brown Jacob, shoe maker, Fleet st 1 door e of Bond 

Brown H. tailor Sc clothes dresser, Fleet st near Strawberry al 

Brown Wm. Fleet st vv of Market dw Lancaster near Ann 

Brown John H. filer and turner, Argyle al s of Alice Aunast 

Brown Eleanor, Ann s of Alice Anna 

Krown John, grocer and liquor store, Wilk w of Caroline 

Brown John, carpenter, Ann st 1 door n of Alice Anna 

Brown Garrett, dry goods mt. 31 Market st & 157 w Bait st 

Brown Wm. waterman, 97 Bond st 

Brown John F. waterman, 45 Bond st 

Brown Sylvester, bacon mt 13 Bond st 

Brown Samuel, rigger, Alice Anna wof Bond st 

Brown Charles, tavern, Thames st w of Bond 

Brown Cap!. Jacob, Block st w of Thames 

Brown Thomas, huckster, Bond s of Pratt 

Brown Miss Charlotte, Happy al n of Gough 

Brown Robert shipmaster, 13 Albemarle st 

Brown Wrn. 64 s Howard st 

Brown Samuel labourer, cor Richmond and Cathedral sts 

Brown Elias, Centre st near Park 

Brown Eleanor, Ceutre st near Howard 

Brown Benjamin, engineer, Marion e of Park st 

Brown John T. plane manu. Lexington e of Park st 

Brown & Dallam, wholesale dry goods store, 250 Bait st 

Brown Augustine, stone cutter, 3l New Church st 

Brown Charles, collector, Sharp st s of Wayne st 

Bro.vn C. H. H. wholesale dry goods mt. 173 1-2 w Baltst. dw 

Bait st bet St. Paul's & Charles sts 
Brown John, grocer, cor Gay & Mott st 
Brown Charles H. merchant, dw Mulberry e of Charles st 
Brown Abraham, labourer, Columbia e of Howard 
Brown R. P. German near Charles, dw Lexington e of Charles 
Brown Mrs. Emma, dry goods store 53 Harrison st 
Brown Robert, watchmaker &. Jeweller, 168 1-2 Bait st 
Brown IMrs. steward, dw cor Couriland and Mulberry sts 
Brown Mrs. Rose, dw Holliday st near City Hall 
Brown Alexander & Sons, merchants 128 w Bait st 
Brown Alexander, dw Holliday near Fayette st [Fayette 

Brown George, firm of Alexr. Brown & sons dw Holiday near 
Brown Geo. W. att. nt law, office, Law Buildings dwGay near 
Brown Mrs. Mary, Ensor near East st [Fayette 

Brown Henry H. hair dresser, Holiday st s of Fayette 
Brown Geo. dep. keeper of penitentiary, Hart av near Monu- 
Brown Geo. cordwainer, Harford av near Maddison st [ment 
Brown James, milk seller, York av 
Brown ?^Irs. Aim, grocer, Second e of Frederick st 

Brown J H com mt. 52 s Frederick st 

. Brown David, blacksmith, Montgomery near Willams st 

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Brown G. boiler maker, G. Hughes st 2 doors from Williams st 

Brown J. grocer, 103 n Howard, dw Mulberry w of Park 

Brown James, carpenter, Eager al c. side 

Brown Mary, grocer, Penn av s of Biddle st 

Brown John, mathematical instrument maker Biddle n of Pine 

Brown Abraham, labourer, Biddle al s of Ross st 

Brown James, Hanover st w of Emory 

Brown Mrs. Sarah A. boarding house Columbia st w of Paca 

Brown Cornelius, huckster, Columbia al w of Paca st 

Brown Hanora, mantua maker, Marion st w of Howard 

Brown George, cabinetmaker, 107 Green st 

Brown & Lancaster, dry goods mts. 230 Baltimore st 

Brown J. W. agt for Phila. &c N. Y. packets, 65 Smith's wharf 

dw Lee near Sharp st 
Brown Mrs. Ann, mantua maker, Cypress al n of Garden st 
Brown Maddison, Lee st w of Charles st 
Brown E. keeper of Methodist Prot. burial ground, dw Hollins 

st w of Harford run 
Brown James, printer, cor East st and Half moon al 
Brown Elizabeth, washer, MuUikin e of Caroline st 
Brown Mary H. 107 Aisquith st 
Brown Henry, Aisquith n of Douglass 
Brown Charles B. cordwainor. Aisquith s of Jefferson 
Brown Joseph, cordwainer 6 Thompson st 
Brown John, carpenter, 100 n High st 
Brown John, shoemaker, Armistead lane e of Light st 
Brown John, S. ship builder, Hill bet Litiht and Charles st 
Brown Wm. turner, Pratt st w of Harlord run 
Brown W. weaver, Granby w of Gough st 
Brown John N. mt. dw cor St. Paul's and Mulberry st 
Brown Wm. weaver, Saratoga w of Cove st 
Brown Joseph, cooper, Bait w of Cove st 
Brown V/m. carpenter, Franklin w of Cnatsworth 
Brown doctor James S. Chatsworth st n of Franklin 

Brown P , teacher, Pierce st e of Cove I Park 

Brown J. wholesale grocer, 108 n Howard dw Mulberry w ot 
Brown Snethen, carpenter, Saratoga vy of Chatsworth st 
Brown John, Carpenter, Eager al e t^'ide 
tBrown Anderson, carter, w Bait st extended 
tBrown Samuel, waiter. Mulberry al e ot Pine st 
tBrown Thomas, carpenter, Pearl st s of Bait 
tBrown Erisler, carter, Park lane e of Run al 
JBiown Richard, hackman, 97 Green st 
tBrown John, Mulberry st e of Eutaw 
tBrown Henry, porter, Chamberlain al s side 
tBrown Peter, whitewasher, German w of Pme st 
tBrown Thomas, barber s e cor Pratt and Paca sts 
tB/own J. labourer, 13{) s Eutaw 
tBrown Joshua G. porter, carpenter, al e of Paca st 
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Director for 1837. BRO 

tBrown Martha, washer, Perry st e of Eutaw 
tBrovvn Jacob, Perry st e of Eutaw st 
tBrown Isaac, labourer, Lerew's al s of Mulberry st 
tBrown Mrs. Mary, teacher, 84 Conway st 
tBrown Jacob, labourer, Charles st s of West st 
tBrovvn John, labourer. West st extended 
tBrown Philip, waiter, Hull's lane w of Aisquith at 
tBrown Henry, mariner, Hull's lane e of Friendship st 
tBrown James, carter. Low st s of Aisquith st 
tBrown John, mariner, Low st s of Aisquith st 
tBrown Perry, labourer, 10 Potter st 
tBrown Edward, labourer, Douglass w of Aisquith st 
tBrown Stephen, potter, Forest s of Douglass st 
tBrown Samuel, labourer, Foiest n of Douglass 
tBrown Perry, barber, Union al e of Eden st 
tBrown Ann, washer, Guilford al w of Light st 
tBrown James, fisher, Guilford al w of Light st 
tBrown Andrew, barber, Salisbury w of Canal st 
tBrown Jacob, labourer, Salisbury w of Canal st 
tBrovvn Wm. shoemaker, 22 Fleet st 
tBrown Nathan, sawyer, York avenue 
tBrown Nathan, drayman, Welcome al e of Sharp st 
tBrown Andrew, barber, 28 Pratt st d\v 47 Salisbury st 
tBrovvn Wm. tailor, Sara-toga w of Gay st 
tBrown Isaac, waiter. Exeter n of Gay st 
tBrown Perry, cook, Guilford al w of Light st 
tBrovvn Jane, Guilford al w of Light st 
tBrown Charity, Hill st near Charles 
tBrovvn Wm. labourer, Willamson's al 
tBrown Jacob, shoemaker, Happy al s of Alice Anna 
tBrown Stephen, labourer, Happy al s of Alice Anna 
tBrovvn Peter, labourer, Wilk st e of Market 
tBrovvn Thomas, sawyer, Argyle al s of Fleet st 
tBrown Charles, sawyer, Happy al near Alice Anna 
tBrown Robert, caulker, Argyle al n of Fleet st 
tBrovvn Arthur, sawyer, Apple al near Fleet st 
tBrown Thomas,.,Stravvberry al e of Gough st 
tBrown Edward, waterman, Sprmg st s of Bait 
tBrown John labourer. Perry st w of Howard 
fBrown James, labourer, Park st s of Saratoga 
fBrown Henry, labourer, Briton st Harford av 
f"Brown Jacob, labourer. Sugar al near Light st 
Browne Uriah, surveyer, 25 e Bait st 
Browne Mrs. 17 Lexington n of Charles st 
Browning Wm. S. hardware mt Pratt w of Paca dvv 97 s Paca 
Browning Ritson, patentee of improved refrigerator, 17 Com- 
merce, dvv Exeter near Wilk st 
Browning John H. s e cor Market & Thames sts 
Browning Wm. S. hardware mt Pratt w of Paca 
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Browning Edward, Ropemaker, Light st extended 

Bruce John, stone cutter, Franklin st ol Cove 

Bruce Henry, mt. dw Pleasant near CourtJand st 

Bruce James, Montgomery e of Charles st 

tBruce Peter, 12 Salisbury al 

Bruehl Justus, Baker, 12 Bond st 

Bruff Mrs. Mary, Paca st s of Lombard 

Bruff" John K. ship carj)enter, Wilk w of Washington 

Bruff Thomas, ship carpenter, s vv cor Wilk and Washington 

Bruing Joseph, comb maker, 76 Conway st 

Brundige James, com mt GS Bowley's wharf dw 85 Sharp st 

Brundige Wm. drug paint and oil store, 23 Cheapside 

Brune F. W. &, Sons, com mts Gay near Pratt st 

BruneF. W. of above firm dw Calvert noar Pleasant st 

Brune John C. of above firm, dw cor St. Paul's and Mulberry 

Bruner Andrew, tobacconist, 55 Pearl st 

Bruner Daniel, collector, 93 s Sharpe st 

Bruner Elias, cordwainer, Harford av near Madison st 

Bruning H , cabinet maker, Bak e of Cove 

Brunstead Louisa, Park e of Poppletoii st 
Brunt Richard, dairy, Penn av n of Hoffm;in st 
Bruscup, Albert, tailor, Eden s of Orleans st 
Brushwell Wm. chair maker, Sterling near Maddison 
Brushw Her Mrs. Barbara, Harford avenue near Monument st 
Bryan Catharine, sempstress, Monument e of Edei; 
Bryan C. stove and sheet. iron ware maiiufactory, 51 s Calvert 
Bryan John, wire weaver, 6 Gould's Court 
Bryan Christopher, blacksmith, Barre e of Hownrd st 
Bryan John G. hardware mts w cor Gay and High st 
tBryan Fanny, laundress, Caroline st n of Pratt st 
Bryarly D. american hotel & Virginia house, 56 Pratt st 
Bryne John, printer, Pine st n of George st 
Bryne Wm. carpenter, s w cor Wilk stand x4rgyle al 
Bryson Nathan, G. justice of the peace, office Bait e of High d w 
Bryson Hugh, shoemaker, 22 Fleet st [Bait w of Canal st 

Bryson James, Porter, dw Hillen near Potter 
Buchannan J. M. attorney at law, dw St. Paul's s of Pranklin i 
Buchannan Miss Elizabeth, dw Fayette e of Calvert i 

Buchannan, Miss Sidney, G.iy n of Fayette st ^ i 

Buck Benj. and Sons, sailmakers,, 75 Smith's Wharf 
Buck Benj. of above firm, Pratt e of Gougli st 
Buck John, Pitt st e of Aisquith st 

Buck &, Porter, hardware store Sc nail factorv, 33 Pratt st 
Buck John, of above firm, dw High s of Water st 
Buck & Brother, Dry goods store, 9 eBalt st 
Buck John, victualler, Gist st F. Hill 
Buck Mrs. Kesiah, cor Stiles k, Exeter sts 
Buck Wm. pattern maker, Ensor near Mott st 
tBuck Henry, labourer, French near Bath st 
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Director for 1837. BUR 

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rtJuck, JBenjamjn, stevedore, Caroline s of Wilk st 
Buckey Daniel, int. Bait w of Liberty, dw Paca n of Mulberry 
Buckingham Samiiei, engineer, Montgomery e of Light st 
Buckingham Llizabeth, dw Sterling near'Mott st 
Bucklass tJenrv, j)i!ot, Ann st 1 door n of Fleet st 
Buckler Dr. office and du-, St. Paul's n of Lexington st 
Buckley John & Co. painters in general. Falls av n of Pratt st 
Buckley Timothy, grocer Harford av 
Buckmiiler Wm. tanner, Buren near Monument st 
iuckmil er Kobt. tanner, North st near Rail Road Depot 
Buckwalter A. flour mt. Bait w of Howard, dw Conway w of 
•Buckway Richd,manner,Short st opposite Short al [Eutaw 
|judd James, labourer, Armistead lane e of Light st 
Bugbee Hiram H. carpenter, Cambridge st Canton 
3uhre GotJeib v. cons able, York bet Charles and Light sts 
iujac Mrs. A. T. lady's boarding school, cor Asquith & Forrest 
iulger Michael, Pearl st s of Park lane 
Bulger Morris, dairy, Bait e of Pine st 
3ull Mrs. Harriet, milliner, 84 n Gay st 
Bull &, Tuttle, book and job printers, n w cor Bait & Gav sts 
iu!l Edmund, printer, Mulberry st w of Paca 
3ull Jarrelt, 96 n Eutaw st 
Jull George VV. draper & tailor, 160 w Bait st 
Jull John, shoe dealer, 56 Pratt st 
Jull Henry, clerk, Aisquith bet Hollins & Forest sts 
Jallen Henry, steamboat hand, 23 Comet st 
Jullen Frederick, barber, 110 w Pratt st 
[ullster Thos clothing store, Light st whf dw 109 s Sharp st 
junous John, tailor, Charles st n of Montgomery 
junce Capt. Wm. Water e of Exeter st 
unten Mrs. Elizabeth, Gough n of Pratt st 
Sunting John, carpenter. Canal near Monument st 
|unting Wm. J. shoe findings store, 78 n Howard st 
•untmg Jane, widow, Hill st bet Light & Chariest sts 
jUnyie Robert, musical instrument maker. Gay s of Saratoo-a 
Buoy Solomon, tjlacksmith, Sugar al c of Charles st 
Buoy John, labourer, Perry st w of Howard st 
urford Edward, blacksmith, Wilk st.shop McElderry's wharf 
urgan Phdip, blacksmith, Liberty st near Buren st 
urgess Barney, carter, Wolfs of Pratt st 
urgess A — , carpenter, n w cor Bond and Pratt st 
urgess Caleb W. grocer, cor Gay and Exeter 
urgess Basil, baker, Jackson Court e of Ross st 
urgess Wm. tailor, Sharp e of Bait dw 93 Green st 
urgess James, Pitt w of Aisquith 
urgess James Jr. Aisquith s of Orleans 
urgess Steph<3n, ship carpenter 40 Orleans 
argess Margaret widow, Orleans e of Aisquith 
JurgesB Alexander,porter, H Painter's Court near Pitt st 



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tBurgess John, carpenter, Montgomery st extended 
Burgman Peter, coachmaker, VVilk st w of President st 
Burgoyne A. confectioner, cor Gough and Caroline sta 
tBurk Jane, Caroline s of Pinkney st 
•J-Burk Thomas, stevedore, Happy al s of Ahce Anna 
fBurk David, ship carpenter, Wiik e of Ann st 
Burk George W. inspector customs, Ann st s of Lancaster 
Burke Wm. printer, 20 VVilk st Mechanics row 
Burke Wm watchman, Eden s of Bait st 
Burke Miss 102 s Howard st 

Burke Richard, painter and glazier, Lexington e ofSharp st 
Burke Isaac, painter, 5 New Church st 
Burke Daniel, cordwainer, Buren near Monument 
Burke Sarah Ann, washer, Exeter near Hillen st 
Burke Ezekiel, city bailiff, York av near Belvidere bridge 
Burke Mrs. weaver, n w cor Harmony and Schroader sts - 
Burke Francis, bricklayer, Mulberry w of Pearl st 
Burke Mrs. Margaret, Mulberry w of Paca st 
Burke John, wagon cover maker, 86 Euta/A st 
Burke Jacob, tanner, Ross st w of Orchard st 
Burke Lemuel, grocer, Bait e of Paca st 
Burke Nicholas, lumber inspector, Richmond e of Howard st 
Burke Mary, washer. East s of Douglass st 
tBurke Thomas, seaman, Pierce st w of Pearl 
tBurley Isaac, labourer, Water st w of Harford run 
Burknap Rev. G. W. Calvert near Saratoga 
Burn Jefferson, cabinet maker, Tripolett's al s of Bait st 
Burn Hannah, cor Alice Anna and Washington sts 
Burnap Mrs. Elizabeth, Gough e of Eden 
Burnap Wm, brass founder, Eden s of Gough st 
Burneston Isaac, blacksmith, Apple al s of Baltst 
Burneston Mrs. Hannah, boarding house. 252 w Bait st 
Burnett Mrs. Mary, new dock hotel, McElderry's whf ♦ 
Burnett S. carpenter, Sharp near Barre d\v Hanover s of Lee 
Burnett Capt, Joseph, Gough n of Pratt st 
Burnett Elizabeth, widow, Eden s of Holland st 
Burnett Wm. grocer, Eden s of Holland 
Burnham George, shoemaker, East st n of Douglass 
Burnham Samuel, city bailiff, 4 Tripolett's al 
Burnham Capt. Enoch, 31 Fleet st 
Burneston Isaac, blacksmith, Hillen near Potter st 
Burns R. D.com mt. 9Bowley's wf. dw Hanover near Lombard 
Burns Owen, grocer, Patterson near Pratt st 
Burns Daniel, labourer, 7 Jackson st 
Burns Charles, scavenger, Silver e of Eden 
Burns Nancy, 9 Fleet c of Market st 
Burns John, Mariner, 34 e Fleet st 
Burns Daniel, liquor store, s w cor Wilk and Argyl* al 
Burns Michael, Caroline n of Fleet 
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Burns Sarafi, Hill st e of Sharp st 
Burns Mary Ann, Pleasant st near North st 
Burns Caleb, Entaw st s of Cider al 
Burns John, blacksmith, Sharp st s of Barre st 
Burrier, Joiin, tailor, n Gay near Mott st 
Burroughs JSamuel, furniture store. Second e of Frederick et 
Burrows, -Capt. John, mariner, 5 Market s of Thames 
Burt Michael, weaver. Pierce st e of Cove 
Burton James, tavern cor High and Low sts 
Burton Wm. confection(!r, Gay near Saratoga st 
Burton Jonathan, bricklayer, French near Potter 
Burton Job, machinist, Sugar ul w of Light st 
Burton J. H. tavtrn, 1C8 n High st 
Bush Andrewj cabinet maker, Ensor n of Monument st 
Bush John, segar makr-r, Sterling near Madison 
Bush Mrs. Elizabeth, High near Addison st 
Bush John C. tavern n \j cor President and Wiik sts 
Bush Henry, tobacconist, Still House st 
Bush Joanna, sempstress, Saratoga e of Schroeder 
Bush Maria, dry goods store, 78 s Eutaw st 
Bush James, furniture Rooms, Harrison st 
Bush Morris, grocer, n Gay near Mott st 
Bushman John, carpenter, cor Fayette and Sharp sts ^ 

Bushman Christopher, tavern, cor Gay and Exeter sts 
Busch Abraham, sup. sweeps. Light st near Henrietta 
Busick Thomas, shoemaker, Cove st n of Franklin 
Busk &, Hickman, auctioneers, 74 w Baltimore street 
Busk John, auctioneer, dw cor Baltimore and Eden sts 
Busk James, waterman, Wilk st \v of Market 
Bussey Ann, 71 Alice Anna st 
Bussey mrs Theresa, 15 centre market space 
Bust Henry, tanner, Hi^h st s of Pratt 
Butcher Alexander, confectioner, 3 Lexington st 
Butler Jas. labourer, Strawberry al near Alice Anna et 
Butler mrs Rachel, boarding house, s High st near Wilk 
Butler John, tailor, Bank st e of Eden [Lexington 

Butler A. C. boot and shoe maker, 3 Hanover st dw Pine s of 
Butler Thomas, boot and shoe man'r, 63 Pratt st dw 63 do 
Butler Matthew, baker, Hollidav st s of Pleasant 
Butler Ann, mantua maker, n Gay st near Mott 
Butler Pierce, grocer, cor Orleans and Canal sts 
Butler mrs Mary, grocer, Cross st near Johnson 
Butler John, clerk Citizen's bank, dw Lexington st w of Cove 
Butler Charles, bricklayer, Chesnut al w of Pine st 
Butler Josiah, cooper, Baltimore si w of Pearl 
Butler James, carpenter, 67 Saratoga st 
Butler Edmund, grocer, Charles st s of Pratt 
Butler Catharine, widow, Hampstead st 3d door € of Spring 
Butler George, boot black, Holland st e of Eden 
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Butler Samuel, labourer, Holland st e of Eden 

Butler Elizabeth, Eastst n of Pitt 

Butler George, painter, East st s of Halfmoon a! 

Butler Moses, tavern, 15 Commerce st 

Butler Anna, Welcome al w of Sharp st 

tButler Mary, confectioner, Mulberrj' st e of Eutaw 

tButler Richard, waiter, Eager al n of Saratoga st 

tButler James, porter, Long al s of New st 

tButler Henry, plaisterer, 83 s Howard st 

tButler Biggs, labourer, 6 Douglass st 

tButler Nancy, Harford av 

tButler Clemmon, oyster dealer, Wine al 

tButler Basil, labourer, Hill st e of Sharp 

tButler Louisa, Broomstick row, Lerew's al 

tButler Abraham, labourer, Pinkney ste of Caroline 

tButler Francis, labourer, Caroline st s of Wilk 

tButler Jos. labourer, Apple a! s of Alice Anna st 

tButtener John, labourer, Guilford al near Light st 

Butterslaugh George W. tailor, George st w of Penn av 

Button Joseph, painter, 57 n Exeter st 

tByas Horace, drayman, 140 s Eutaw st 

TByers Alfred, drayman, Franklin st e of Cove 

Byrd Thomas, carpenter, 76 Bond st 

Byre Jacob, Lancaster st near Strawberry al 

Byrne Caven, grocer and dry goods store. Wilk st e of Eden 

Byrne Dr. John, office Frederick, 2d door s of Baltimore st 

Byrne Jas., cabinet maker, n e cor Frederick and Second sts 

Byrne Peter, cabinet maker, Ross e of Paca st 

Byrne Edmund, dental surgeon, cor Charles & Lexington sts 

Byrne Patrick, collector, Aisquith n of Monument st 

Byrnes Patrick, Lerew's al s of Richmond st 

C^ABLE Ann, sempstress, Forest st w of Harford nj» 
Cabdilly Thomas, tailor, w Pratt near the Falls 
Cackey Samuel, Holliday near Pleasant st 
Cade Mrs Ann, York between Light and Charles stS| Jefferson 
Caduc John, segar maker, s w cor Albermarle & Prait sis 
Cafferty Thomas, lieut of night watch, 3d dist dw Canal near 
Cager Plato, brickmaker, n Park st extended 
Cager John, sawyer, Salisbury w of Canal st 
Cagey James, laborer. Wolf s of Pratt st 
Cahill Edward, cor Light and Barre sts 
Cain Elizabeth, dairy, Chesnut al e of Pine st 
Cain Thomas, grocer, Baltimore w of Pine st 
Cain Johttj carter, s Eutaw st extended 

Cain John K., grocer, 5 Light st wharf, dw Sharp s of Pratt st 
tCalder Edward, grocery and liquor store, Wilk st e of Eden 
tCalder Samuel, waiter, corner Hume and Exeter sts 
tCalder Charles, grain carrier, Sugar al e of Charles at 
Caldwell William, tailor, 7 New Church st 
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Caldwell Daniel, dyer and scourer, Light near Mercer st 
Caldwell John, stone cutter, French near Exeter st 
Caldwell William, carpenter, corner Hume and Exeter ?ts 
Caldwell John D., Pratt w of Howard st 
Caldwell William, type easier, Frederick street near Gay 
tCaldwell Thomas, waiter, n Gay near Mott si 
Calender John, segar maker, Bond 2d door s of Wilk st 
Calhoun mrs Lydia, St Paul's s of Pleasant st [of Pine st 
Calhoun Benjamin C, book keeper, in bank of Bait, dw Balt.w 
tCalhoun Peter, drayman, Run al n of Lexington st 
Calkman Charles, merchant, Lexington w of Pine st 
Callan Jno., grocer, corner Forest and French sts 
Callender William, plaisterer 113 Aisquith st 
Calo William, carter, corner Ross and Monument sts 
tCalington Eliza, laborer, Green st e of Gove 
Calvert Robert, waterman. Block near Thames st 
Calvert George H., dwelling Pleasant near Calvert st 
Calvert mrs Sarah Ann, Hillen e of Front st 
Calvert William, whitewasher, Biddle al s of Ross st 
Calwell Wm. T. Franklin Coffee house, cor Calvert and Mercer 
fCalvvell Perry, carter, Busy alley eofSharpst 
{iCalwell Adelia, Montgomery street w of Charles 
Camel Andrew, sawyer, Greenwillow st s of Penn av 
tCamel Nathaniel, waiter, Chesnut al w of Pine st 
Cameron mrs Rachel, Ensor near Monument st 
Cambell J, M. att. at law, off. and dwSt. Paul's, near Fayette st 
Comparis John L., grocer, corner Henrietta and Charles sis 
Campario Henry, laborer, Charles st s of West [32 Fayette st 
Camp Joseph, whip and cane factory, 100 w Baltimore st dvv 
Campbell Francis, grocer, corner Light and Water sts 
Campbel Edward, laborer, Lerew'sal corner Inloes st 
Campbell Patrick, drayman, Concord st 
Campbell John, grocer, s e corner Fleet and Washington sts 
Campbell John, grocer, n w corner Wilk and Spring sts 
Campbell William, blacksmith, High s of Pratt st 
Campbell Peter, 16 s High st 

Campbell James, merchant, dw Mulberry st w of College al 
Campbell R. &, A. jewellers, 155 Baltimore st 
Campbell Thomas, hygein agent. No. 1 Light st 
Campbell mrs Ann, grocer, corner n Gay and Mott sts 
Campbell James, carter, n Front opposite Bath st 
Campbell George, huckster, York Avenune 
Campbell mrs Ann, grocer, n e corner Frederick &. Water sts 
Campbell John, clothing store, 43 Second st 
Campbell Robert, porter, corner Ross and Orchard sts 
Campbell Caleb, porter, w West st extended 
Campbell Archibald, silver plater, Bank lane near Barnum's 
Campbell John, baker, corner Orleans and Spring st3 
Campbell Richard, hair dresser, Front s of Gay st 
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Campbell Daniel, grocer, corner Forrest st and Hull's lane 

tCanipbell James, drayman, Forrest s ot Orleans st 

Camper John, Fayette near Paca st 

tCamper Andrew, carter, West st extended 

tCamper James, laborer, Short al vv of Canal st 

Canada James, stone mason. Tyson al eot Falls road 

Canada Ezekiei, Park st e of Poj)pleton 

Canby Benjamin, brush maker, corner Pine & Mulberry sis 

Candler Isaac, bookseller and stationer, ^^7 Pratt st 

Canfield Joseph, cordwainer, Tnpoleti's al between Second 

and Baltimore sts 
Canuett Hannah, sempstress, Sarnt02:a e of Schroeder st 
Cann Lloyd, waterman, Cross e ot" Williams st 
Canii Noah, fisher, Johnson near Cross st. 
Canns Miss M academy, Pearl st n of Mulberry st 
Cannon John B., auctioneer, 47 Fayette st 
Cannon Major, waterman, Alice Anna e of Caroline st 
Cannon mrs Agnes, 134 n Gay neai Mott st 
Cannon Capt. Thomas, 6 Alice Anna st 
Cannon F. J., tailor, Aisquith n of Douglass st 
Cannon Dominick, tallow ch&rullpr, 57 n Exeter st 
Cannon Capt. Jas., Granl)y e of Gough st. 
Canton Company, office Fayette st post office buildings, S. C. 

Leakin president 
JCanvass mrs Elizabeth, washer. Park st s of Saratoga st 
|Canvass Tomas, laborer, Park st s of Wagon al 
Capito George J., wholesale groc^'r, 335 w Bait st 
Capito widow, Honey al w of Charlps st 
Cappeau Jos., dry goods merchant, 61 Lexington st 
-Cappeau Jos. jr., dry goods merciiant, 69 Lexington st 
Capres Jos. H,, ship carpenter, Washingtor. n of Alice Anna st 
Carback Elizabeth, tailoress, Mulhprry e of Pine st 
Carback Elisha, shoe dealer, 87 n Howard st 
Career Jos., tailor, Maiden lane w of Aisquith st 
Carey Thomas, cordwainer, 10 Alice Anna st 
Carey Jno., chairmaker, Caroline s of Wilk st 
Carey Wethcred St Co , importers and wholesale dealers in 

foreign and domestic dry goods, 207 w Baltimore st 
Carey George, merchant, dw 56 Lombard st 
Carey John, cabinet maker, Jefferson w of Canal st 
Carker Patrick, laborer, Cejitre st near Bridge st 
Carl. William, grocer, corner P.irk and Lexington sts. 
Carlin Margaret, grocer, Calvert s of Pleasant st 
Carlin Mrs Mary, 35 e Water st 
Carlind Jane, confectioner, 11.^ n Howard st 
Carlisle Eleanora, Buren near French st 
Carmack William, leather inspector, Mulberry st e of Paca st 
jCarmack Jos. P., waiter, East n of Douglass st 
tCarmack John, laborer, Short al w of Canal st 

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Carman mrs Elizabeth, Bond n of Bank st 

Carman Richard, comb maker, Hill st e of Sharp st 

Carman William 16 n High st 

Carman William, 10 Commerce st 

Carman Jacob, distillery, Saratoga e of Holiiday, dw Exeter n 

of Stijes st 
Carmelites, Seminary,' Aisquilh s of Orleans st 
Carmichael Samuel, cordwainer, Mulberry e of Pme st 
Carmick Sarah, widow, 16 Bank lane 
Camel! Michael, carpenter, Franklin e of Chatsworth st 
Carnes Samuel, soap and candle factory, Fall's av Concord 8t 
Carnes John, shoemaker, Pratt st e of Apple al 
Carnes John, cordwainer, Hampstead w of Eden st 
Carningham Jas., painter, Frederick st near Etna lane 
Cams John jr., cordwainer, Baltimore st w of High st 
Carpenter William, cordwainer, Chesnut al e of Pearl st 
Carpenter UriaH, Hill st e of Sharp st 
tCarpenter Spencer, Bond 1 door s of Shakespeare st 
Carr Henry, clothing store, corner Gay and Pratt, dw e Pratt 

near Bond st 
Carr Alexander, millwright, Exeter n of Hillen st 
Carr Michael, laborer, Hillen e of Front st 
Carr Thomas, drayman, corner Patterson and Cable sts 
Carr Jacob, bricklayer, Park lane e of Pine st 
Carr Patrick^ huckster, Lexington e of Green st 
Carr James, brickmaker, Montgomery w of Sharp st 
Carr Greenburv, iron founder, Holland w of Hartford run 
Carr William, laborer. Low between Front and High sts 
Carr Catharine, corner High and Necessity al 
Carr mrs Mary Ann, Hawk w of Concord st 
jCarr William, laborer. College al n of Pleasant st 
tCarr Susan, Strawberry als of Bank st 
jCarr John, sawyer, Strawberry al. near Wilk st 
tCarr Purnell, sawyer, Apple al s of Fleet st 
Carragan James, stone mason, Richmond e of Howard st 
Carriss Sampson, firm of Palmer & Co., dw Gay near Saratoga 
Carrere J. jr. , attorney at law, office St. Paul's near tayetie 

dw 8 Waterloo row 
Carrere John, 10 Waterloo row 
Carrie Benjamin, machinist, Conway w of Green st 
Carrick James, stone mason, Richmond e of Howard st 
Carroll Thomas, drayman, Concord s of Pratt st 
Carroll Tilghman, tavern, G Wilk st e of Eden st 
Carroll Ruth Spring n of Wilk st 

Carroll Edward, ship carpenter, Washington s of Wilk st 
Carroll Margaret, grocer, corner Water and Hight sts 
Carroll Charles, wholesale boot shoe and bonnet merchant, 

Baltimore w of Liberty st 
Carroll Charles R., merchant, 26 Hanover st 
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Carroll mrs J. C, Pleasant, between Charles and St. Paul's sts 

Carroll John, rope maker, Hartford avenue 

Carroll John, grocer, Commerces of Pratt st 

Carroll mrs Eliz., boarding house, Williams near Hughes st 

Carroll George R., of U. S. Navy, Green s of Franklin st 

Carroll Elizabeth, milliner, Madison e of Eutaw st • 

Carroll William, carpenter, Holland st extended 

Carroll James, Pratt w of Howard st 

Carroll William, wholesale dealer in straw goods, Sec, 230 w 

Baltimore st dw 102 Park st. 
Carroll C. H., merchant, Barnett st w of Charles st. 
Carrroll Gardner, brush maker, 226 w Baltimore st 

Carroll, dep. keeper penitentiary, Monument near Forest 

Carroll Ruth, Monument st e of Canal 

Carroll Joseph, soap maker, corner Monument and Spring sts 

Carroll John \V. H., recorder of Orphan's court, Orleans w of 

Canal 
JCarroil Sarah, w Montgomery st extended 
jCarroll John, waterman, Iron al 
Carroll Caesar, drayman, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
Carson, George, wholesale dry goods merchant, 227 w Bait st 
Carson George, merchant, dw 82 Pratt st 
Carson George, founder, York w of Williams st 
Carson David, carpenter, Pine s of Saratoga, shop Lombard st 
Carson George, carter, Columbia st near Green 
Carson Wm & Co., lumberyard, Frederick st dock 
Carson William, dw e Baltmiore w of Aisquith st 
Carter Catharine. Mulberry w )f Green st 
Carter Joshua, laborer, Madison w of Eutaw st 
Carter William .grocer, Stiles e of President st 
Carter Wm., plaisterer, n e corner Gough st & Strawberry al 
Carter William, central saloon, Baltimore st near the bridge 
Carter Peter, laborer, 19 Albermale st 
Carter Clement, coach maker, Salisbury st e of High 
Carter Nicholas, carpenter, Lerew's al w of Madison st 
Carter Edward F., clerk Merchant's Bank, dw Lee wof Hano- 
ver st 
Carter J. H. & Hepburn, attorney at law, office 14 Fayette st^ 
Carter Valentine, proprietor of Senjple's patent truss, 7G 

Light st 
Carter 8c Debaufre, coach manufactory, Calvert s of Pleasant st 
Carter Jas., stock njaker, &c., 107 w Bait st dw 28 s Exeter 
Carter Joel, miller, Buren near French st 
Carter John, bricklayer, Canal near Orleans st 
Carter William, proprietor of Tontine house, 7 South st 
Carter Charles, type foundry. Lovely lane, between South and 

Calvert, dw Howard near Monument st 
Carter John, sweep master, Columbia st opposite Green 
Carter Richd. D., saddler & harness maker, Pratt st e of Paca 
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Carter R. & A., commission merchants, 74 Bowley's wharf 

Carter Robert, Sharp st s of Barre 

Carter William, butcher, Monument e of Eden 

Carter Robert, paper maker, 37 Water st 

Carter James, fancy store, Baltimore st dw s Eutaw 

tCarter Samuel, sawyer, Lerew's al s of Mulberry st 

JCarter Mary, sempstress, Pierce st w of Pearl 

Carthouse Peter A , n Exeter n of Pitt st 

Caruth William, coachmaker, Salisbury w of Canal 
Carver Jacob, piano maker, Penn av n of Franklin st 
fCasan Sally, washer, Cove st n of German 
Casey William, meal seller, corner Eutaw and Perry sts 
Casev Owen, grocer, North n of Bath st 
Casey John, tailor, Gough n of Pratt st 
Caskey Jos., carpenter, St. Mary st s of Ross 
Caskey Elizabeth, grocer, Potter st s of Douglass 
Caspari Jacob, barber, Eutaw s of Franklin 

Casper , barber, corner Howard and Saratoga sts 

Cassady Edward, accountant, IG Potter st 
Cassard Gilbert, cooper, e Pratt opposite President st 
Cassard Gflbert & Son, bacon merchants, 67 Calvert st 
Cassard Gilbert, bacon store, corner Hillen and East sts dw 

opposite 
Cassell Joseph, Saratoga w of Pine st 
Cassell Leonard, carpenter. Pine st n of Saratoga 
Cassoll Abraham, bricklayer, Pine s of Saratoga st 
^Cassell William, Marion st w of Park 
Cassenn Daniel, carpenter. Mulberry e of Pine st 
Castaton mrs H., Hartford run n of Pratt st 
Castor Peter, laborer. Sugar al near Light st 
Castor N — , laborer, Bath st al near Bath 
Castwell Michael, Henrietta w of Charles st 
Calhcart Robert & William, block and pump makers, Thames 

e of Phil pot st 
Cathcart Robert, Alice Anna 2d door w of Argyle al 
Cathcart John, Granby st w of Hartford run 
Gather William, carpenter, Conwav w of Green st 
Catholic Male Free School, Saratoga e of North st 
Catholic Churches, see view of Baltimore at the beginning 
fCato Rebecca, washer, Fayette st e of P^un al 
Caton Leafy, Market st s of Fleet 
Caton Elizabeth, 154 Hanover s of Lee 
Catrupt Samuel, carpenter. Canal near McElderry st 
Catts Letitia, Hampstead e of Eden 

Caughey P. & B., grocers, corner Franklin st and Penn av 
Caughey Patrick, Pearl st s of Franklin 
Caughey Michael, clothing store, 29 e Pratt st 
Caulk James, tailor, Light near Montgomery st 
Cave mrs A. C, stock maker, 273 w Baltimore st 
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Cave Charles, drayman, Ensor st foot Gallows hill 
Cavender Ellen, sempstress, Pearl n of Mulberry st 
Cavender Abraham, sexion of Friends' graveyard,e Baltimore 

st w of Hartford run 
|Caulion Margaret, Davis near Bath st 

Caufield , laborer, Strawberry al near Alice Anna st 

Chabot Gabriel H., Tailor, Light near Water st 

Chace John jr., sea captain, 60 Market st F F 

Chadvvick John, fancy store, 73 Lexington st 

Chaffee Nicholas, distillery, Hookstown road, dvv Lexington w 

of Pine st 
Chaffee Matilda, Mulberry st w of Howard 
Chatter John, tailor. Light st n of York 
Chatton Joseph, laborer. Bond st e of Pratt 
Chaille Stephen, shoe maker, 31 Alice Anna 
Clainbower, John, shoemaker Wolf st n of Fell 
Chaisty Edward, grocer, Union st n of Penn. avenue 
Chalmers Mrs. boarding house, Fayette st e of Charles • 
Chalmers James, keeper of the city spring, Calvert st between 

Soratoga and Pleasant sts 
Chalmers William, rope manufactory, Harford avenue 
Chamberlain Mrs. Louisa, Bond st s of Baltimore 
Chamberlain John, ladies' boot and shoe maker, 92 Hanover st 
Chamberlain John, cordwainer, n w cor Cove and Sarah Ann sts 
Chamberlain Philip, tailor, Long lane s of Orleans st 
Chamberlain George W. cordwainer, n Gay st near Aisquith 
Chambers Capt. John, Bank st e of Market 
Chambers James, brickmaker, Henrietta st near Light 
Chambers Mrs. 25 New Church st 
Chambers William, miller, Forest st n of Monument 
Chambers John, blacksmith, Park lane w of Pine st 
Chambers Robert bricklayer, Fayette st e of Pine 
Chambers Samuel, hackman, Biddle alley s of Ross st 
Chambers Capt Samuel, Wayne st e of Howard 
Chamberi Catherine, shopkeeper, cor Hampstead st and Straw- 
Chambers Mrs Mary A. Potter st n of Pitt [berry alley 
jChambers William', labourer, Calvert st near City Mills 

i Chambers Perry, labourer, Salisbury st w of Canal 
Chambers Edward, waiter, 62 n High st 
Chambers Henry, labourer, Sumwalt's row 
IChance Emily, dairy, St. Paul's st s of Franklin 
Chanceaulme Martin, cabinet maker, Orleans st w of Aisquith 
Chanceulme William, watchmaker, 19 e Baltimore st. dw cor 

Gough and Salisbury sts 
Chandler John, blacksmith^ 97 e Fleet st 
Chandler Thomas, shoe maker, Caroline Rt s of Pratt 
Chandler Capt S. V. Bond st n of Pratt 
Chandler George W. brick maker, Light 8t extended 
Chandler George F. potter, 21 Comet st 
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Chandler William, hatter, Low st between Potter and Exeter 

Chandlev Mrs Elizabeth, 97 Hif^h st 

Chaney William, wheelwright, Montgomery st e of Charles 

Chaney Benjamin, waterman, cor Chaisworth st and Chesnutal 

Chapin H. D. attorney at law, 24 Fayette st 

Chapin Jonas, Mulberry street 

Chaplin David, drayman, Charles st extended 

Chapman John L. drucrfrist, s e cor Baltimore and South sts. dvr 

Chapman Henry, Charles st court [Front st near Gay 

Chapman Dr. John, drutrcrist, 68 Lexinorton st 

Chapman William, Comet st w of Aisquith 

Chapman Catherine, washer. West st extended 

Chapman Georire, agent for sale of glass, Calvert st opposite 

Water, dw 81 Front st 
Chapman Capt Thomas, Gough st n of Pratt 
f Chapman Jeremiah, nailor, cor Hollins st and Long lane 
Chappell John G. commission mt. S3 Smith's whf. dw 7 Pitt st 
C happen Thomas S. firm of Boyd and Chappell, tobacconists, 
Chappell John, 35 Lexington st [80 Pratt st. d w 19 s Exeter st 
Chappell P. S. & Co. druirgists, 170 Baltimore st 
Chappell P. S. of above firn),dw 66 St. Paul's street 
Charles Mrs Elizabeth, Hapj^y alley n of Gough st 
Charles Benjamin, shoe maker, Happy alley s of Pratt st 
|Charles Theodorus, stevetlore, Spring st n of Wilk 
C harrier Peter, gunsmith, 53 South st 
Charters Thomas, cabinet maker, Holliday st near Bath 
Chase Capt Thorndick, Thames st. opposite Philpot 
Chase Wi.liam, shoe maker, Lexington st w of Park 
Chase Moses, deputy keeper penitentiary, Hillen st near Potter 
Chase Brittin, elerk of Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Co. dw 

Charles street court 
Chase Daniel, baker, s e cor Saratoga stand Lerevv's alley 
Chase Wells, commission merchant, dw Eutawsts of Cider alley 
Chase Charles, George st e of Pine 

Chase Hannah H. Lexington st w of Eutaw 

Chase & Towner, dealers in wool and machine cards, 5 s Eutaw 
street, dw of Mr Chase opposite 

Chase Hannibal H. comb maker, 80 Conway st 

Chase Hester, washer, Wanon alley w of Park st . 

Chase Alexander H. innkeeper, 22 Liberty st 

Chase Mary Ann, seamstress. Crook's row, Monument 3t 

Chase Eliza, washer. Potter st e of Low 

::Chase Samuel, teacher, Marion, st e of Eutaw 

■'Chase Corrinna, washer, Aisquith st s of Orleans 

••Chase John, fisher, Forest st n of Douglass 

••Chase Allen, porter, Short st s of Jefferson 

tChase Betsy, Ensor st near Monument 

+Chase Samuel, carter. Strawberry alley near Wolf street 

tChase William, waterman, Hcippy alley s of Fleet st 
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iChase Jacob, sawyer, Strawberry alley near Wilk st 

Chasing Edward tobacconist, 10 Howard st. dw 31 Franklin st 

Chason Capt George, Block st near Thames. 

Chasteau Capt Lewis, e Pratt st e of Exeter 

Cha'tard Dr. P. Saratoga st near Park 

Chatard Dr. Ferdinand, n w cor Franklin and St. Paul's sts 

Chaytor Mrs. s Howard st 

Chaytor Capt James, Franklin st e of Pine 

Chaytor Edward, engineer, Holland st extended 

Chenas , huxter. Sterling st near Monument 

Chenoweth Richard P. plough maker, cor Stillhouse and Plough- 
man sts. dw 20 Albermarle st 
Chenoweth Richard, blacksmith and plough maker, 5 Ter ole st 
Chenoweth Thomas, carpenter, 47 Union st. 
Chenoweth Sarah Aim, Exeter st near Hillen 
Chenoweth Ann, sempstress, Richmond st e of Howard 
Cheny Edward, cordwainer, Saratoga st w of Eutaw 
Cheribs William, blacksmith, Perry st e of Eutaw 
Chesapeake Bank, s e cor North and Fayette sts. J. S. Gittings 
Chesnut William, grocer, cor Hillen and Exeter sts [president 
Chester Mrs Dorothy, Water st e of Exeter 
Chester William, shoe smith, Pleasant st near North 
Chester Thomas, porter cellar, cor Fleet st and Strawberry alley, 

dw Caroline st n of Fleet 
^Chester Stephen, Strawberry alley s of Gough st 
jChester Abraham, labourer, Happy alley s of Alice Anna'st 
Cheston J. & Son, flour merchants, cor Patterson and Cable sts 
Cheston Gilloway, flour merchant, dw Sharp st s of Lombard 
JCheston Stanley, sawyer, Happy alley s of Fleet st 
Chew Dr. N. 83 n Howard st 
Chew George, grocer, 15 s Howard st 
Chew Samuel, sawyer, 45 Potter st 
tCliew John, fnher, Long alley near Fredrick st 
Chicken William, engineer^ York stbetwen Light and William 
Child William, commission merchant, 88 Rowley's wharf 
Child Mrs Mary, s e cor Apple alley and Alice Anna sts 
Child Samuel, coach maker, 30 n Gay st. dw 21 Pitt st 
Childs James, waterman, 1 w Fleet st. 
Chllds Thomas, brick maker, Barre st e of Hanover 
Childs Benjamin, general agent, cor Camden and Paca sis. 
Childs Zacharlah, carter, Caroline sts of Orleans 
Childs Samuel, coach maker, 21 Pitt st 
China Samuel, weaver, Union st s of Ross 
Chineril, John B. pilot, n e cor Wilk_,and Spring sts 
Chisholm James, mariner, Caroline st s of Gough 
Chittenton Mrs Harriet, teacher, 75 s High st 
Christ Church, s wcor Gay and Fayette sts. Rev. J Johns pastor 
Christhilf Henry, cedar cooper, 15 Frauklin st 
Christian John, shoe maker, Hill st between Charles and Light 



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|Christian Charles, labourer, Pleasant st vv of College alley 
JChristie' George, labourer, Salisbury st \v of Canal 
Christine George, Lombard st w of Eutaw 
Christmas Caleb, caulker, William alley e of Light st 
JChristmas Nicholas, labourer, Busy alley e of Sharp st 
Christopher Joseph, watchman, 119 s Howard street 
Christopher Micheel, blacksmith, Lee st betw Light and Charles, 

dw Light st opposite Guilford alley 
Christopher Harriet, tailoress and dress maker, 103 Camden st 
Christopher Michael, tavern. Light st near Guilford alley 
Chrisiy Henry, weaver, Union st s of Ross 
Chronicle Commercial and Daily Marylander, by Nelson Poe, 

office Gay st between Baltimore and Fayette 
Church John, cordvvainer, 15 Sterling st 
Churchman Mary, milliner, 63 Lexington st • 
Churchman, Enoch, 2 Fountain row. Spring st 
Circus and Theatre, cor Front and Low sts 
City Springs, see view of Baltimore at the beginning 
City Hall, Holliday st near Saratoga 
Clackner Mrs Elizabeth, Eden st n of Baltimore 
Clackner Mrs Rebecca, 35 s Exeter st 
Clackner Capt Joseph, deputy harbour master, 92 s High st 
Claggett Eli, brewer, e Water st near falls 
Claggetl Miss, cor Courtland and Pleasant sts 
Claiborne Charles H. ladies' shoe maker, 84 Ensor street 
Clapp, Cole & Co. hatters, 5 s Calvert st 
Clapp mrs Ann, High st near Hillen 

Clapp Enoch, commission agent, 17 Exchange buildings, dw S8 
Clappen Joseph, Mulberry st e of Chorles [Sharp 

('lare Thomas & Isaac, merchants, dw Hanover st nof Lee 
Clare Isaac, grocer, cor Hanover and Lee sts 
Clarey Mrs. Frances, cor Lancaster st and Strawberry alley 
Claridge Henry, printer, Wilk street near Apple alley 
Claridge Lloyd, painter^ Hillen st near Exeter 
Claridge Mrs Catherine, Caroline street s of Wilk 
Clark Elizabeth/widow, 44 n Front street 
Clark & Kelloggj commission merchants, 6 Bowleg's wharf 
Clark Joha, of above firm, dw s e cor Sharp and Camden sts 
Clark Nelson, of do., dw s e cor St. Paul's and Pleasant sts 
Clark Patrick, grocer, Montgomery street e of Charles 
Clark Mrs Ruth, Canal street w of Water 
Clark Miss A. milliner, e Baltimore street ear High 
Clark James, cooper, s Exeter street n of Granby 
Clark Levin P. engineer, 39 n Exeter street 
Clark Ellen, s w corner Hampstead and Gist sts 
Clark Capt. John, mariner, s w cor Fleet and Market sts 
Clark Capt. Alexander, mariner, 10 e Fleet street 
Clark Charles, pilot, 36 Fell's street 

Clark James, seaman, Argyle alley alley n of Lancaster street 
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Clark Elizabeth, Wolf street n of Alice Anna 
Clark John, Goiijrh street 1 door n of Stiles 
Clark Mrs. Sarah, s e cor Eden and Bank streets 
Clark Thomas, sail maker, Gough street vv of Bond 
Clark Mrs Sarah, Caroline street s of Pratt 
Clark Ttiomas, U. S. schooner Fox, 66 Market street 
Clark Hannah, boot and shoe slore, 26 Tiiames street 
Clark Sarah Ann, 17 Ann street 

CJark Robert L. hiixter, 63 Happy alley near Wilk street 
Clark Elizabeth, Bond street n of Pratt 
Clark John, Saratotra st e of Park 
Clark John F. druggist, 130 w Ballimore street 
Clark John, Sarat(.rga street e of Park 

Clark John, lotlerv and exchange office, n vv cor Baltimore and 
Clark John, tailor, Sterling st near Mott Calvert st« 

Clark Mattlievv, coach maker, Exeler street near Hillen 
Clark Patrick, labourer, Addisoii street near High 
Clark Mrs. Elizabeth, East street near Hillen 
Clark Benjamin J. Canal street near Monument 
tClark Robinson, steam boat hand. Spring street n of Gough 
Clarke John, b acksmith, Franklin street e of Cove 
Clarke Matthew, innkeeper and grocer, Ballimore st. e of Core 
Clarke Benjamin^ cordwainer. Eager alley opposite Chamberlain 
Clarke Patrick, warper, Preston street n side 
Clarke S. teacher, 6 Grundy's Row n Howard street 
Clarke Asa, teacher, 3 Grundy's Row n Howard street 
Clarke Matthew, slater, 241 n Howard street 
Clarke Henry Wm. feed store, Columbia street w of Green 
Clarke Sarah, Pacu street s of German 

Clarke J. C. &c F. Forman, grocers, cor Dutch alley and n How- 
Clarke Joseph H. teacher, 22 Barnet street [ard fits 
Clarke John, merchant, dw cor Camden and Sharp'sls 
Clarke William, labt)urer. Green street s of Conway 
Clarke Mrs. Maria, fancy store, 25 Charles street 
Clarke Elizabeth, Pitt sfreet e of Eden 

Clarke Daniel H. cordwainer, East,stroet n of Haifmoon alley 
Clarke William, shoe maker, East street n of Haifmoon alley 
Clarke Robert, carpenter, 98 n Exeter street 
Clarke Thomas, pilot, 53 s Exeter street 

Clarke S, Sc T. teachers, n Charles st adjoining St. Paul's church 
JClarke Jerry, sawyer, Strawberry alley n of Gough street 
Clarkson John, boot and shoe maker, Thames street 1 door e of 
Clarkson George, cordwainer, Hume street near High [Philpot 
Clary Edward, grocer n e cor Alice Anna st and Argyle alley 
Classen H. grocer, 127 s Sharp street 
Claurence Patrick, blacksmith, Buren street near Madison 
Clautice George, wheelwright, Penn. avenue n of Preston st 
Clautice Peter, blacksmith, cor Green and Pratt streets, dw Paca 
Clautice Miss Ann, Penn. avenue n of Preston st [below Green 



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Clautice Henry, cordvvainer, Addison street near High 
Clautice Catherine, fruit shop, Hillcn street e ol t runt 
Claybourn Matthew, cordvvainer, 65 Saratoga street 
Claypoole C. chair manufactory, Water sireet near Gay, dw 

Hillen street w of Exeter 
Claypool Joseph, clerk, corner n Exeter street and Necessity 

alley 
Clayton Henrietta, washer, n Howard street extended 
Clayton Samuel, trrocer, Camden street w of Hanover 
Clayton William C. printer, Lii^ht street near Hill 
tClayton Mar<rarct, washer, Biddle alley s of Ross street 
iClayton Moses, carpenter. East street n of Douglass 
tClayton Isaac, hackman, Lerew's alley s ot Franklin street 
Glazy George, wheelwright, Hiil street near Light 
Cleraraenis John, cooper. Bishop's lane s of Fawn street 
Clemmons George, hatter, Barre street s of Sharp 
Cleormons John, hrick moulder, William street extended 
Clendinen Doctor William H. nw corner of Market and Aliee 

Anna sts 
Clendinen X^i'. Alexander, cor n Exeter and Baltimore 6ts 
Clendinen D. 7 Pascault's Row Lexington street 
Cliffman Henry, beer house, Buren street near Madison 
Clifford Sylvester, sen'r. grocer, Pratt street w of Cove 
Clifford James, nrrocer, Columbia streets of Saratoga 
Clifford John, huckster, German street w of Charles 
CliftonMrs. A. fancy dry goods store, 69 Baltimore street 
Cline Catherine, book folder, Exeter street near Hillen 
Cline Catherine, Market street s of Wllk _ 

Cline Heniy, brickraaker, Charles street s of Henrietta 
Cline Thomasj theatre. Plowman street opposite Albermarle 
Cline Anthony, brick maker, Charles st s of Henrietta 
Cline Henrv, 'sawyer, 36 Union street 
Clockney William, weaver, Granby street e of Exeter 
Clonev James, shipping master, Bank street e of Caroline 
Clopper Mrs. Ann^ Calvert street s of Saratoga 
Clorida John, cordvvainer, Charles street s of Hill 
Cloud Jesse, collector, cor Aisquith and McElderry streets 
Cloud R. M. & L D. book and job printers, 94 1-2 Baltimore st 
Cloudsley John and Thomas, carpenters, Eutaw street s of Cider 

"alley /. ^, i 

tCoaker Daniel, labourer. Honey alley w'of Charles »lreet 
Coakley P. H. 125 Hanover street 
Coale Mrs. E. T. Courtland street s of Mulberry 
Coale Dr. W. E. Courtland street s of Mulberry 
Coates Joseph, labourer, Harford avenue near Monument street 
Coates & Glenn, lumber and coal merchants, corner Pratt and 

Green sts 
Coates John, lumber merchant, Camden street e of Paca 
Coiitea Mary, clotliier, Hampstead street e ol Spring 
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Coates Francis, grocer, 11 Grant street 

Coates Alexander, copper worker, Maiden lane w of Aisquith st 
tCoates Samuel, porter, Sharp street s of" Busy alley 
iCoates Jerry, sawyer, Forest street s of Orleans [Wine alley 
Cobb D. & Co. wholesale domestic com. mts. cor Charles st and 
Cobb Geo. F. of above firm, dw cor Hamilton and Cathedral sta 
Cobb Sarah, grocer, 40 Liberty street [dw 77Baltimore stree 
Coburn Janies, dry goods merchant, 77 and 35 w Baltimore sts 
Coburn William, bricklayer. Canal street near McElderry 
Coburn Henry, bricklayer, 16 Thompson street 
JCoby Ann, washer. Run alley n of Lexington street 
Cochran William, carter. Concord streets of Water 
Cochran Mrs. Tamar, Alice Anna street e of Caroline 
Cochran Mrs Rebecca, cor Willis & Philpot streets 
Cochran Charles, clerk Lee st w of Charles 
Cochran David, manufacturer of cotton goods, Preston st sof 
Cochran Richard, cabinet maker, Lemmon street [Ross st 

Cochran William, distiller, Buren street near Liberty alley 
Cockey Dr. L P. n e cor Albermarle and Water streets 
Cockey Elizabeth, mantua maker, n Front street near Hillen 
CockeyJ. Wheatfield Inn, cor Howard street and Cowpen al 
Cockey Edward, lime and feed store, 84 n Howard street 
Cockey Mrs. Augusta, 126 Lombard street 
tCockey Decatur, carter, n Gay street near Mott 
tCockey Susan, huxter, n Gay street near East 
Codd Pilkington, lottery office, Harrison street, dw cor Holland 

and Aisquith streets 
Coe Benson, clerk, Pearl street s of Lexington 
CoflSn Henry, victualler, Charles street extended 
Cohen E. P. commission merchant, 74 Bowley's wharf, dw n w 

cor Pleasant and Courtland streets 
Cohen J., I. jr. &, Brothers, bankers n e cor Baltimore and Calvert 
Cohfen Philip J. of above firm, dw Calvert st s of Sarotoga 
Cohen J. L dw Charles street n of Mulberry 
Cohen Benjamin, cor Charles and Saratoga streets 
Cohen David I. cor Charles aad Pleasant 
Cohen Dr. 32 Charles street 
Cohen Lewis 1. furniture store, 37 Pratt street 
Coile M. tavern and boarding house, s Frederick st n of Pratt 
Colb Joseph, 119 w Pratt street w of Eutaw 
Colbertson Susan, confectioner. Wagon alley w of Howard 8t 
Colbert Mrs. Sarah, Aisquith street extended 
ifColbert Charles, laljourer, Caroline street n of Orleans 
Colfer Mrs. Mary, York avenue 

Colburn Henry, writing teacher, Paca street s of Mulberry 
Cole Samuel, clerk. Pine street n of Mulberry 
Cole William J. attorney at law, office St. Paul street, dw Balti- 
more street opposite Pearl [Camden 
Cole Abraham, dry goods merchant, Baltimore st. dw Pacast stof 
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Cole James, bricklayer, Union street n of Penn. av. 

Cole and Howard, wholesale dry goods merchants, 245 w Balti- 

Cole Christian, Green street s of Fayette [more street 

Cole Mrs Rachel, 133 Hanover street 

Cole Frederick, labourer, Charles st s of Hill 

Cole William, tailor, Monument street near Sterlinfr 

Cole William, ladies shoe maker, Pitt street w of Aisquith 

Cole William, rope maker, Orleans street e of Caroline 

Cole Jarrett, brush, comb and fancy store, n Howard street near 

Baltimore, dw Aisquith street n of Orleans 
Cole Mrs. Rebecca, midwife, cor Low and Exeter streets 
Cole Dr. Merryman, cor n Exeter and Low streets 
Cole Richard, iron moulder, 61 n Exeter street 
Cole William, Forest street s of Douglass 
Cole George H. pilot, s e cor Wilk street and Happy alley 
Cole James, harbour master, Wilk st 1 door e of Happy alley 
Cole Mrs. Ann, Ann street s of Wilk 
Cole Margaret, 10 Strawberry alley s of Fleet street 
Cole Mrs. Elizabeth, Caroline street n of Wilk 
Cole Mrs Charlotte, teacher, Bank st 1 door from Strawberry a 
Cole John, music store, 137 w Baltimore street, dw Lombard st 
Cole John R. dry goods merchant, 42 n Gay street, d w High street! 
Cole Frederick, rigger, 9 Shakspeare street [near French 

Cole John, grocer, cor Hillen and High streets 
Coel George, carpenter, cor Pearl st and Bank lane 
Cole William P. firm of Clapp & Co. hatters, dw High st near 
Cole Thomas R. painter, Exeter street near Hillen [Hillen 

Cole Salathiel, grocer. Forest street near Hillen 
Cole Thomas, currier. Forest street n of Monument 
Cole Richard, bricklayer, Canal street near Monument 
Cole Joshua, tin and sheet ironworker, 6 Centre Market space 
Cole William H. jr. clothing store, cor Centre Market space and 

Second street, dw same " 

Cole Benjamin, clothing store, no 74 Centre Market space 
Cole H. H. clothing store, n w cor Centre Market space and 
Cole Jeremiah, Centre street e of Howard [Pratt street 

tCole Phoebe, washer. East street s of Douglass 
JCole Sarah, washer, Short street s of Jefferson 
jCole Isaac, Salisbury street e of Lloyd 
Coleman Darius, blacksmith, cor Wolf and Thames streets, dvr 

corner Wilk and Washington streets 
ColeraanCapt. George A. s w cor Market and Thames sts 
Coleman Thomas, ship carpenter. Block street 
Coleman & Johnson, block and pump makers, 96 Dugan's wf 
Coleman Edward, block and pump maker, Edea st s of Gough 
Coleman R. H. &. Co. druggists, 133 w Baltimore street 
Coleman R. H. dw 69 Lombard street 
Coleman Jesse, Alice Anna street near Washington 
Coleman Josiah, trader, Chesnut alley e of Pearl street 
Coleman Charles, book dealer, 89 Paca street 

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Coleman Mrs. Mary, Henrietta street e of Charles 

tColeraiin John, labourer, Hull's lane w of Aisquith street. 

tColeman Adam, sawyer. Hill street e ot^ Ciiarles 

Colgan John, distiller, Saratona street w of Gay, d\v 112 n Cal- 

Col^ate Georore, printer, 1 Fish Market space [vert st 

Collett George, tavern, cor Frederick and Water streets 

Colley Richard, carpenter, Pine street s of Vine 

Colle'y John W. carpenter. Park lane e of Pine street 

ooUier Ralph, tin and sheet iron worker, Gay st adjoinining the 

bridge, dw French street near Front 
Collier William, J. blacksmith, 3 Gould's Court Frederal Hill 
Collins Susanna, Ann streets of Alice Anna 
Collins mrs Mary, Lancaster street w of Bond 
Collins Samuel, waterman, 44 Alice Anna ?5ti'ect 
Collins George C. 8c Co. grocers and conmiisiion merchants, 15 

Light street wharf 
Collins George C. of above firm, dw High st s of Wilk 
Collins mrs. academy, Light street near Montgomery 
Collins Daniel, brickmaker, Light street extended 
Collins William H. attorney at law, office Court house lane, dw 

Fayette street w of Holliday 
Collins Dr. Stephen, Fayette street w of Holliday 
Collins Samuel, varnisher, Montgomery street w of Light 
Collins Thomas grocer, Saratoga street w of Cove 
Collins Mary, washer, Park street e of Schroeder 
Collins Joseph, cooper, s e cor Park and Poi)pleton'sts 
Collins Henry brickmaker, Columbia steofCove 
Collins Tiiomas, labourer, 5 Perry street 
Collins Lee, tailor, Hill st w of Sharp 

Collins J W. surveyor, dw 39 n Charles st 

Collins Richard, rigger, Pitt st w of Market 
Collins mrs Matilda, Aisquith st s of Low 
tCollins James, labourer, Short st s of Jefferson 
^Collins John, Perry st w of Howard 
tCollins Ezekiel, barber, n Gay st near Exeter 
tCollins Marcus, steward, Sugar alley w of Light st 
Collison Joseph, tailor. Busy alley w of Charles st 
Collison William, merchant tailor, 2 Sharp st. dw 105 s PacJi 
Collinus Levi, 22 Albemarle st 
Col3on Andrew, waterman, 9 Fleet street 
Colter John, labourer, Richmond st near Park 
Colter Alexander, clerk, Biddle street, near Bolton 
tColville Ennals, waterman, Apple alley near Wilk st 
Colvin John D. blacksmith, s Howard st near Pratt 
Colvin J. D. coach manufacturer, s Howard st near Pratt 
Colvin miss Rachel, e Baltimore st e of Exeter 
1 Colvin William, hackman, n Gay st near Molt 
tColvin Susan, CaroUne st s of VVilk 
fCJolvin M. washer, cor Busy alley ancTSharp sts 
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Colyard Charles, carpenter, Hill street w of Charles 
Comegys Joshua, baker, Calvert street s of Saratoga 
Comegys Bartus, tailor, Pearl st s of Saratoga 
Commercial and Farmers' Bank, cor German and Howard sts 

President, Jacob Albert 
Commercial Chronicle and Daily Marylander, ofEce 8 n Gay st 
Conaway Miss Ann, milliner, 96 n Exeter st 
Condon Maurice, grocer, 102 Dugan's wharf 
Cone Samuel, tavern and boarding house, Water st e of Marsh 
Cone Mrs Mary, Salisbury st e of High [Market space 

Conely John^ cooper, German st w of Penn 
Congo Levi, mariner, Beard st e of Long lane 
Conine Wm C. office 15 1-2 dw 15 n Frederick st 
Conklin David W. millwright and engineer, Canton 
Conklin Mr>:. Ann, Bond street n of Lancaster 
Conkling William H. sea captain, 71 Market st. f. p. 
Conmichasl William, labourer, Franklin st w of Cove 
Conn Elizabeth, widow, Orleans st w of Aisquith 
Conn William R. printer, Canal st near Silver 
Connant Samuel W. type caster, 19 South st 
Conncaray John, Paca street n of Baltimore 
Connells Miss Sarah, seminary, 26 Fayette st 
Connelly James, s w cor Wilk and Exeter sis 
Connelly Thomas, carpenter, ISIonument st e of Eden 
Connelly John, labourer, Bishop's lane sof Stiles st 
Connelly Felix jr, baker, cor Bank and Eden sts 
Connelly Hannah, grocer, Holliday st n of Bath 
Connelly John, stone cutter, Calvert st near Franklin, dw 152 n 
Connelly Michsel, teacher, 40 Saratoga street [G^ay st 

Conner Thomas; jeweller, 32 Baltimore st 

Conner Ellen, teacher, n w cor Fleet and Ann sts * 

Conner Elizabeth, 19 Alice Anna st 
Conner Henry, n w cor Strawberry alley and Wilk st 
Conner Mrs Hannah, boarding house, n Gay st near High *> 
Conner John, moulder, President st near Fawn 
Conner James, grocer, Frederick st wharf, dw s Gay st 2d door 
Conner William, haiter, Water st e of Exeter [n of Second 

tConnor Isaac, rope m^ker. Cross st near William 
Connolly William, carter, Davis st near Bath 
tCannoway Ephraim, carpenter, Strawberry alley s of Wiik st 
Conoway James, shoemaker, Bond st s of Pinkney 
Conoway William, labourer, opposite Lexing.on st e of Rock 
Conoway Alfred, cordwainer, Pierce st e of Chats worth 
Conoway Solomon, watchman, Madison st extended 
Conradt C. J. music master, 6 Lexington st 
Conradt C. C. carpet raanutactory, Granby st e of Falls, dw s e 

cor Granby and Albemarle sts 
Conradt Theophilus, 20 Albemarle st 
Consler Christian, 9 Shakspeare st 
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Constable Albert, attorney at law, Lexincrton st e of Charles 
JContee Mary, Eastern Shore row near Conway st 
Conthwait John, clerk, S8 n Front street 
Conway Minos, waterman, Lancaster st e of Argyle alley 
Conway Robert, carpenter, 118 Bond street 
Conway Robert J. carpenter, 120 B:)nd s 
Conway William, carpenter, Bismp's alley near Pratt st 
Conway Patrick, labourer, Chesnut alley e of Pearl st 
Conway 8t Armstrong, wholesale nrrocers, 66 South st 
Conway John R. Barre st between Hanover and Sharp 
Conway VVm. dry goods dealer, Holiday st n of Saratoga 
Conyers Ehenezer waterman, Mill t Tear Pratt 
Cook Mrs Mary I awn st 1 door e o 'High 
Cook Christopher, cole inspector, Charles s of Henrietta 
Cook Frederick, Jr. butcher, Montgomery w of Charles st 
Cook Frederick, butcher, Montgomery w of Charles 
Cook Isaac P. bookseller and stationer, 52 w Bait st dvv Mul- 
berry near Paca 
Cook Wm. furniture ware room 23 w Bait st 

Cook Catherine, Charles n of Pratt st 

Cook Thomas, tailor, w Pratt near Falls 

Cook Job' s labourer, Apple al near Alice Anna st 

Cook Washington S. auction and com store n w cor Harrison 8t 
Baltst dw 78 n High st 

Cook Wm. G. watchmaker, n Gay near Bait st dw 24 Front st 

Cook John F. grocer, Ensor n of Forest st 

Cook Henry, High bet French and Hillen 

Cook John, coach trimmer, Potter s of French st 

Cook Addison, blacksmith, Henrietta e of Charles st 

Cook John J. wheelwright, Saratoga e of Cove 

Cook Henry, carpe ter Market st extended 

Cook Lewis, Saratoga w of Chatsuorth st [Paca 

Cook H. \y. carpenter, German e of Eutaw dw Mulberry e of 

Cook Jacob, Saratoga e of Paca 

Cook F. granite stone yard, Pratt e of Cove, dw Hiillard at 

Cook Job 1, grocer, Union st s of Ross 

Cook Frederick, carpenter, Ross st opposite Paca »t 

Cook Charles, collar maker, Paca n of Fayette st 

Cook John H. cabinet maker, 31 s Howard st 

Cook Eleanor, Inloes al w of Park st 

Cook Sarah, Wayne st e of Howard [Pitt 

Cook Columbus E. auctioneer, 210 w Baltst dw Aisquilh n of 

Cook Gcorfre A. fancy atore 33 Pratt st 

Cook Wm. printer, Caroline n of Bait 

Cook H. cooper, Lee bei Light Sc Charles dw York near Light 

tCook Thomas, cooper, Market st extended 

tCook John, cooper. Market st extended 

iCook Henry, waiter, Pine st s of Pierce 

tCook Thomas, car»er, Pierce st e of Cove 
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tCook Wm. drayman, J.ong si s of Ross st 

tCook Charles, labourer, Short st sof Jefferson 

tCcok Moses, wheelwright, Brilion st or Harford avenue 

tCook iienry, coachman, Davis near Bath st 

tCook Dinah, Conway w of Howard st 

tCook James, labourer, 60 Strawberry alley 

Cooke Caleb, carpenter, dw Albemarle s of Water, shop corner 

Davis and Pleasant sis 
Cooke Wm. Franklin e of Cathedral st 

Cooke Henry W. dry goods mt. 147 Bait st d w Fawn e ofHigh st 
Cooke Israel, dw 5 Franklm Row 
Cookscy Wm. ship carpenter, 17 Ann st 
Cooley Robert, teacher, Hull's lane w of Aisquilh st 
Coolidge Wm. 14 n Exeter st 
Cooms John, dry goods mt. 59 n Gay st 
Coon John, plaisierer, Argyle al n of Lancaster st 
Coonan IVtichael,, blacksmith 12 Lancaster st 
t;ooney Lawrence, labourer, Williams near G. Hughes st 
Cooney Patrick, cooper, Thames st e of Market dw 22 Ann st 
Conry Miss, fancy dress maker, Fayette e of Charles st 
Coons Thomas, seaman, Mullikin w of Sprnig st 
Cooper Ed'A'ard, mariner, 36 e Fleet st 
Cooper Ann, boarding house, Fell st s of Thames 
Cooper Hugh, ship carpenter, Ann st n of Fleet 
Cooper Margaret, grocer, Market s of Lancaster st 
Cooper Martin, carter, Alice Anna e of Bond st 
Cooper John, Apple al near Alice Anna st 
Cooper Elisha, ship joiner, 151 Bond st 
Cooper Wm. shoemaker, Sprmg st w of Bank 
Cooper Mrs Margaret, Caroline s of Gough st 
Cooper John, brick maker, Water st e of Centre Market space 
Cooper John, tavern, Water st e of Market space 
Cooper Wm. mahogany sawing estab. Conway near Green st 
Cooper James, steam-boat hotel, Light near V ork Ft 
Cooper John, American star hotel, n Gay st near Belle Air Mar 
Cooper Henry combmaker, n Gay near Aisquith st [ket 

Cooper Alexander.|book keeper & accountant 19 btei.ing st 
Cooper Mrs. Mary, sempstress York avenue , ... ^ 

Cooper E. R. blacksmith, Frederick near Water dw Water st 
near Frederick st ^ , , i •. . j 

Cooper Wells, mt tailor, Calvert near Bdt dw cor Liberty and 
Cooper, Jamuel, collector, conway w oi Green [Marion ets 
Cooper James, cordwain-r, Pine st s ol ChatswortM 
' Cooper Thomas, labourer, Lerew's al s of Mulberry st 
Cooper James, grocer, Hill w of Charles st 
Cooper Jane, widow, Caroline n of Bait st , 
tCooper Wm. brickmaker, Sugar al e of Ohariea st 
tCooper Phillis, Lloyd st s of Bait st 
tCooper Isaiah, labourer, Penn av n of Preston st 
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tCooper Perry, labourer, Charles st s of Hill 

tCooper Thomas, labourer, Wilk st e of Wolf 

tCopper Perry, sawyer,Happy al near Wilk st 

tCooper Thomas, labourer, Apple al near Fleet st 

tCoopcr Wm. caulker, Wolfst s of Bank st 

tCooper Peter, caulker, Wolfs of Bank st 

jCooper James, caulker, Wolf s of Bank st 

fCooper Rachel, Mechanics' Court near High st 

Coosler Samuel, segar maker, 81 Pratt w of Howard st 

Copeman Henry, cabinet maker 81 Pratt st 

Coper Giles, keeper city spring, dw 131 s Sharp st 

Copper Rachel, washer, Union st n of Penn av 

Copper Robert, N. cordwainer, Chatsworth w of Biddle st 

:{;Copper, Benjamin, labourer, Guilford al 2 doors e of Charles st 

Coppersmith David, cabinet maker, Franklin e of Cove st 

Coran, Joseph, cordwainer, Bond sof Pinkney st 

Corbel Peter, cordwainer cor Orleans and Canal sts 

Corbes Sarah, sempstress, Ilill near Charles st 

Corbon David, bookbinder, Millen near Front st 

Cord Wm. cooper. Eager al e side 

Cordery Mrs. JMaria, Eden s of Pratt st 

Cordray Elizabeth, cor lloliiday st and Orange al 

Cock James, sawyer, Sugar al e of Charles st 

Corkran Charles, clerk Lee st w of Charles 

Cornelius Peter, Gough n of Pratt st 

Cornelius S. ml tailor, Pratt near Hanover dw Hanover s of Lee 

Cornelius Nicholas, clothing store, Light near Pratt st 

Corner James, sail maker, Ann st s of Thames 

Corner Solomon, flour mt. dw Stiles near Exeter st 

Corner Capt. John, Market st s of Bank st 

Corner James Jr. grocer Sc com mt O'Donell's wfdw s Gay be 

Second and Baltimore streets 
jCornish, Daniel, sawyer, Guilford al w of Light st 
jCornish David, cook shop, Commerce n of Pratt st 
f Cornish Jacob, sawyer, Argyle al n of Alice Anna st 
|Cornish Wm. Apple al s of "Fleet st 
Cornprobi Ignatius, drov<^r, cor Light and Henrietta 
Cornthwait Wm. cabinet maker, 29 Fleet st 
Cornthwait Robert, hat manufactory, 7 Thames st 
Corrie James, tavern, 75 Hanover st 

Cortland James, tin and sheet iron worker, 10 Bait and 6 Har- 
rison sts dw 10 Bait st 
Corrigan Bar'.holomew, Market st s of Thames 
Corrigan Patrick, laborer, Davis st near Bath 
Corster Henry, harness maker, Holiday st near Centre 
Corwine mrs Eliz. sempstress, York av near Monument st 
JCosey David shoemaker, Williams st extended 
Cosgrove Patrick, grocer, cor Exeter and Fawn sts 
Coskery Bernard, nail manu. Richmond opposite Park st 
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Coskery Dr. S. J- Saratoga w of Cove st 

Coss George, grocer, St. Paul's near Hamilton st 

Costello Mrs. Mary, n w cor Kond and Gough st 

Oostello Mrs. milliner, 29 n Gay st 

Costello Edward, labourer, Ross w of Orchard st 

Coster Albert, cor Charles and Montgomery sts 

Cotter Richard, grocer, 220 n Howard. st 

Cotter Clarke, watering place, Hughes st near glass house 

Cotter Chester, looking glass store, Pearl st 

Cottrell Mrs. Jane, starch and blue fact G4 w Pratt st 

Cottringer, Mrs. young ladies' sem. 3 Franklin above Park st 

Couch Henry, comb maker, 117 s Howard st 

Coughlan Timothy, labourer, Crosse of Williams st 

Coughlan, \Ym. drayman. Concord near Pratt st 

Coulson Mrs. store in Arcade, dw cor Ross st and Chesnat al 

Coulson, Mrs. Margaret, Albemarle n of Stiles st 

JCoulston INIinty, Y^rk avenue 

Coulter Samuelj tailor. Chamberlain al s sido 

Coulter John, teacher, Howard s of Richmond st 

Corman Daniel, clothing stoie 72 s Calvert st 

Count Mrs. Ann, 74 High st 

Count Madam, St. Paul's s of Franklin st 

Coupe Thomas, fringe cord & knitting cotton manufactoy 15 

n Exeter st 
.Coursell Capt. Peter, Gough s of Pratt st 
Courser, Thomas, German st w of Pine st 
Courtney David, Fayette w of Park st 
Courtney E. S. tobacconist. High s of Water st 
Courtois Amand, cordial St gin distiller & restifyer, cor Second 

st and Tripoletl's al 
Cousins Capt. Michael, dw Sterling near Mott st 
Constable Mrs. Elizabeth, 162 n Gay st near shot tower 
Cousterman George, ship joiner, Ann 1 door from Wiik st 
Coward Mrs. Ann, Water e of Exeter st 
Co.vder George, watchman, Montgomery w of Light st 
Cowder John, grocer, cor Hanover st and Sugar al ' 
Cowle James, dw Charles st n of Barre 
Cowpland VVm. S. Pratt e of Bond street -' 
Cox Mrs. L. dress maker, George e of Pine st 
Cox W^m. fish dealer, Biddle ste of Penn av 
Cox L. J. flour mt cor Calvert & Pratt dw Paca n ofLexmgton 
Cox Daniel, plane maker, 28 n Exeter st ^ ^ ., 

Cox J. & Sons, imp. of hatters furs & trimmings, 5 s Liberty 
Cox James, attorney at law, offir.e Fayette near Calvert st 

Cox E , sempstress, Buren near Monument st 

Cox James H. firm of Arthur & Cox, publi^^hers of the Athen- 
aeum and Visiter dw n Gay near Mott st 
Cox Peter, Dugan's vvhf near Pratt st 
Cox Christiana, 8 s Calvert st 
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tCox Maria, Painters' court near Potter and Pittsts 

jCox Charlotte, market woman, Forest s of Douglass st 

Coyle Charles, grocery & liquor store, Park c of Schroder st 

Coyle Thomas, grocer, Paca s of Lexington st 

Coyle James, liquor store, cor Lancaster and Bond 

Coyle John, labourer, Holliday n of Bath st 

Cozine A. V. St Co. morocco dressers, 22 Harrison 

Cozine Abraham, 65 n P>ont st 

Cozine John A. bricklayer, Harford av. near Madison st 

Crabbin mrs. M. tailoress, Baltimore st e of Cove 

Craft Jacob, firm Lynch & Crait, dw 2 Grant st 

Craft George, grocer, ne cor. Centre St tSt Paul sts. 

Cragg Hannah, n Gay near JNIott st 

Craggs Robert, tailor, Vd Bond st 

Craig John, Craig's whf dw 37 Thames st 

Craig, labourer, cor Willis and Block sts 

Craig Thomas, grocer., cor Forrest and Hillen sts 

CraiiT Wm. ironmonger, 27 Frederick near Second st 

Craig James, grocer, T3 son st n of Richmond 

Craig Jarnes, stone mason, Tyeon al 

Craig Elizabeth, boarding house, Green s of Bait st ' 

Craig Ann, grocer, cor East Ft and Half Moon al 

Craiger, Francis, bricklayer, Pierce st e of Chatsworth 

Crambell Stephen, bricklayer, Wine st w of Cove 

Crambliit Catherine, Exeter, s of French st 

Crane Wm.Sc co. hide & leather dealers, n \v cor South 8c Water 

Crane Wm. of above firm, dw Fayette 4 doors e of Sharp st 

Crane James, of above firm, dw cor Fayette st St Crooked lane 

Crane Mrs. Mary, IG Salisbury st 

Crane Thomas, boot and sho3 maker, Bait eof Edenst 

Crane Benjamin, printer, Barnett w of Charles st 

Craney Thf?mas, labourer, Liberty s of Saratoga st 

Cranford & Haney, tobacconists, 78 w Pratt st 

Crangle John, grocer, s Howard near Wine st 

Crapen capt. Samuel, mariner, Orleans e of Canal st 

Crawford Barney, tanner, Farnklin st extended 

Crawford Alfred, Columbia st e of Cove 

Crawford Andrew, wheelwright, 7 Perry st 

Crawford R. bacon mt. Monument \v of Sterling dw next door 

Crawford St McKim, grocers and com mts 6 Bowley's wharf 

Crawford Wm Jr. of above firm dw Monument square 

Crawford B. A. tanner, w end of Saratoga st 

Crawford Alexander, Franklin e of Cathedral st 

Crawford Wm. wood mt Light near Lee st 

Crawford , coach maker, North st n of Pleasant st 

Crawford Alice Anna, sempstress, Hillen 2 doors from Potter st 
Crawford James B. tailor, Canal st near McElderry's st 
tCrawford Ann, washer, Centre st near Charles 
tCrawford Wm. hackman, Peach al s side 
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f Crawford Wrn, labourer, Union st n ofPenii av 

tCrawford Wm. labourer, Long al n of New st 

tCrawford Maria, washer Broomstick row 

Cray Thomas, cabinet maker, 82 Conway st 

Craycrott Sarah, milliner, 74 Liberty st 

Creagh Capt. John, Mulberry e ofPaca st 

Creamer Mrs. sempstress, s w cor Cove and Pierce sta 

Creamer Joshua A- lumber yard cor Monument & Ensor st dvf 

Exeter bet Gay and Low sts 
Creamer, David, publisher of the Monument, office 2 Calvert 

st dw corner Monument and Ensor sts 
Creamer John, lumber mt 142 Monument st 
Creamer John, wheelwright. Mulberry e of Chatsvvorth st 
Creamer Charles, tavern 274 w Bait st 
Creamer John, carpenter, 33 n Exeter st 
Creamour George, saddler, Simm's lane opposite Elbow lane 
Creamour Wm. labourer, Montgomery opposite Sharp st 
Crener Anthony, carpet weaver, 37 n IJigh street 
Creny James, grocer, corner Ross 8c St Mary sts 
Creery Jonathan, iron merchant, Barnet w of Charles st 
Creery John of custom house, German st bet. Sharp & Liberty 
Crey Frederick, city paver, corner Madison and Buren sts 
Cretzer Christian, merchant, dw Saint Paul's s of Franklin st 
Cretzer Elizabeth, Liberty alley near Buren st 
Crew Richard, Freeman st w of Lexington 
tCrew Edward, brickmaker, Park st s of Saratoga 
Crigg widow, 53 Pratt st 
Crisp John, 94 Bond st 

Cristop Thomas H. boarding house, 21 Thames st 
Crissall John, cordwainer, Sugar alley e of Charles st 
Crist Wm. victualler, Ensor n of Monument st 
Crist}'- mrs Delia, boarding house, Holiday s of Saratoga st- 
Cristy Michael, labourer, Biddle alley, s of Ross st 
Criswell John, carter, Sharp st n of Hill 
Crocker Barney, boarding house, Ann n of Lancaster st 
Crocker mrs Nancy, seminary, Water si near C. Market space 
Crocker E. baker. High n of Bait dw Aisquith s of McElderry 
Crockett Thomas, chair maker, 14 East st 
Crockett H. grocer & feed store, cor Monument st & York a? 
Croft Edward, printer, 6 Pitt st 
Croft mrs Elizabeth, York avenue 

Crofton mrs Catherine, Strawberry al near Alice Anna st 
Cromer Hannah, Eulaw n of J^ombard st 
Cromwell Levi, gun smith, 35 Thames st 
Cromwell Thomas, cabinet maker, 2G Thames st 
Cromwell mrs. boarding house, 13 Bait st up stairs 
Cromwell Jacob G. carpenter, Pine st n of Mulberry st 
Cromwell Oliver, coachmaker, Monument w of Canal st 
tCrorawell Frederick, drayman, Wayne w of Sharp st 
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tCromwell Gabriel, cor Charles &t Lombard d\v Busy al 
tCromwell Win. drayman, Potter st near French 
tCromwell Wm. al opposite Caroline st 
tCromwell Susan, washer, Sarah Ann st e of Cove st 
tCromwell David, barber, Bait st e of Cove st 
fCromwell Isaac, drayman, s Howard below Pratt st 
tCromwell George, cordwaincr, Conway w of Howard 
tCromwell Sarah, sempstress, Camden w of Eutaw st 
Crone Robt. barber, 1 Pratt st dw Frederick near Gay st 
Croney John W. grocer, cor Eden and Orleans sis 
Cronrailler Dr Wm. Camden st e of Sharp 
Crook Wm. & James, carpet importers, lo3 w Bait st 
Crook Wm. carpet dealer, dw Pratt e of High st 
Crook mrs Pamela, Bait w of Eden st 
Crook George A. grocer, 80 Pratt st dw37 Albemarle 
Crook Waller jr. upholsterer, 104 Ballimore st 
Crook Joseph, upholsterer, 781 Baltimore st 
Crook Francis A. firm Sellman and C. dw 64 St Paul 
Crook Charles jr cotton store, French st near Potter 
Crook Daniel, victualler, Harford av near Madison st 
Crook Joshua, carter, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
Crook Charles, dairy, Crook's row Monument st 
Crook Charles jr. miller, Monument st near York av 
Crooker Mary, Wilk st opposite High st 
Crooker John, printer, e Madison near Aisquith st 
Crookshanks John, 20 Light st whf, dw cor Conway & Charles 
Cropper Wm. P. carpenter, Spring 1 door s of Pnikney st 
Crosby James, carpenter, Forest new Gay st 
Crosby Joseph, confectioner, 139 Bait st dw 57 s Sharp st 
Crosby Joseph, mt. Sharp st s of Pratt 
Croshau Wm. boot and shoe maker, 34 Pratt st 
Crosier Thomas, carpenter, n Gay near Mott st 
Cross John lumber mt cor Fleet st & e Falls av dw 74 n High 
Cross Rev. A. B. 42 n High st 
Cross mrs Catharine, Bond n of Lancaster st 
Cross Samuel, Favette near Paca st 
Cross George, ccrdwamer, Buren near French st 
Cross MissMarv, teacher, Park lane e of Pnie st 
Cro^s Samuel B'. coach smith Eutaw s of Columbia st 
Cross Walter, oak cooper, German w of Eutaw 
Crots David, wheelwright 94 n High st 
Cross Rachel, e Bait bet Exeter and East st 
Cross Wm. Granby e of Gough st 
Crothere Capt. Wm- Caroline row Caroline st 
Crothers David & Robt. carpenters, 12 Fountain row Spring 8l 
Crouch Mary, Happy alley n of Alice Anna st 
Crouch Henry, comb maker, 117 s Howard st 
Crouch Henry, comb maker, Wayne w of Sharp 
Crouch Geo. W. dw Light st near Montgomerr 
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Crouch David, Light st s of Hill 

Crouch Wm 3 New Church st 

Crough Dennis, grocer, 19 Granbv st 

Croule Mrs. opp Lexington e of Paca st 

Grouse Weaver, Gran by w of Albemarle 

Crow Thomas, Shoemaker, Eden s ol" JefTerson 

Crow Ezekie!, shoemaker, cor. East stand Half moon alley 

Croxall and Browning, patent cordage makers, 69 Bowly's whf 

Croxall Richard, dw. Franklin w ot Charles 

Croz !er Mrs. Ann Maria, Pinckne}' e of Bond 

Crummer E. A lime and feed store cor Monument and Aisquith 

Crumminner Mary, German st. w of Howard 

tCrump J. Shoemaker, Happy Alley s of Fleet st 

Crus Henry, Tobacconist, Hampstead e of Eden 

Cruse, Geo. Shoemaker, 8 Alice Anna st 
• Cruse Geo. s e cor Alice Anna st and Strawberry alley 

Cruse Isaac, clerk in Cohen's Bank, Paca st s of Mulberry 

Crusen Isaiah, merchant, dw Lombard e of Hanover 

Cryer capt James, Mariner, P tt wo^ JRLden 

Cuddy Lavvson, cordwainer, Franklin w of Chatsworth 

Cudlipp Benj. Dyer, 44 Harrison st. 

Cugle John, merchant dw Liberty n of Marion st 

Culley Robert, ship carpenter. Light s of Hill 

Culley Langley B. ship carpenter, Quay Alley near Williams 

st dw Light s of York st 
Cullen Mrs. Mary, cupper and leecher, Bond st s of Baltimore 
Cullimore James, tin and sheet iron worker. 111 Bond st 
Culling Edward, paver, Wilk st w of President 

Cullison Merritt, pilot, Alice Anna w of Ann 

Culver Elizabeth, seamstress. East n of Douglass 

Culverson Elizabeth, Hampstead Hill 

Cummin Mrs Jane, teacher, York av [Bond st 

Cummins Alexander, boat builder, 34 Thames st shop end of 

Cummins Mrs. Mary, Dairy, Ann n of Gough st 

Cummins John, tailor, Ann n of Gough st 

Cummins Mrs. boarding house, 41 South st 

Cummins Alexander, weaver. Pierce st. w of Chatsworth 

Cummins Margaret, tailoress. Chamberlain al s side 

Cummins John, carpenter, Caroline vv of Orleans st 

Cummins, milkman, Philad Road 

tCummins James, Bank sts of Ann 
tCummins Simon, waiter, Forest s of Douglass 
tCummins Enoch, waterman, Apple alley n of Fleet st 
Cummings Lyman, contectioner, n Gay near Engine House 
Cummiugs Jas. cordwainer, e Water e of Exeter st 
Cunningham Mrs. B. M. M'Elderry's wharf 1 door s of Pratt st 
Cunningham John, waterman, M'Elderry's wharfs of Pratt it 
Cunningham Mortimer, grocer, 79 M'Elderry's wharf 
Cunningham Hugh, stage keeper, 29 Lombard st 
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Cunningham Wm. plaster deaier. Constitution near Monument 
Cunningham Mrs. Elizabeth, tailoress, Mott 3d door from Sler- 
Cunningham John, grocer, French 3d door from Potter [ling 
Cunningham Aquilla, stone mason, Hilien near Exeter 
Cunningham Thus, cordwainer, Lee e of Charles st 
Cunningham Edward, weaver. Pierce st w of Chalsworth 
Cunningham Ann, widow, 57 Piit st 
Cuimingham Mrs. widow, cor. Pitt and East sts 
Cunningham James M. combmaker, East n of Douglass st 
Cunningham Wm. C. carpenter, Comet w. of Aisquith 
Cunnmgham J no. hackman, Low between High and Exeter 
Cunningham Jas. grocer, s e cor Baltimore and Front sts 
Cunoals Jas. proprietor of hacks, Ensor st foot of Gallows Hill 
Cunyngham Capt. John, Block st w of Thames 
tCurel Rachel, washer, Run Alley, s of Saratoga st 
Curlet Mrs. Mary, 44 Orleans st 

Curiet Lewis, cabinet maker, 199 n. Gay st [Exeter 

Curlett John, coachmaker, North st s of Saratoga dw 7*J N. 
Curlett John, jr. soap and candle factory, cor Pleasant and 

HoUiday sts dw Exeter near Low st 
Curlett Mrs. Sophia, Potter s of French st 
Curlev Jas W. clerk, George st e of Pine 
Curley Jas. 104 Park st 

Curley Henry, carpenter, corner Monument st and Lerew s al 
Curran Mrs, Julia A. 123 s Sharp st 

Curran E. Frederick near Water st 

Curran John, East bet Ensor and Hillen sts 
Curry Robt. cabinet maker, rear of 33 n High st 
Curry Robt. L. High near Pitt 
Curry John, carpenter, 32 n High 
Cuiry Thos. carpenter, 2l Germin st 
tCurry Hagar, Caroline s of Pinkney 
Curtain Thos. grocer. Bait e of Cove st 
-Curiam Thos. butcher^ Pitt e of Eden 
Curtain Wm. keeper of Fairmount, dw Pitt st e of Eden 
Curtain Mrs. Margaret, gxozQx, York av 
Curtis Francis, tobacco and snuff factory, 56 Baltimore st 
tCurtis Henry, sawyer, Mulberry e of Pine 
Curve] John, bricklayer, Aisqniih s of Madiio:i 
Curval Henry, carpenter, York av 
Curvdl Frances, huckster, York av 
Cushing and sons, booksellers and stationers, 6 n Howard 
Gushing Jos. Pratt st w of Howard 
Cushing Jos. jr. n Liberty st no 4 
Cushing John, 64 Eutaw st 

Cushing David, bookseller and stationer, 229 Baltimore st 
Cushing J. Pratt vv of Howard 

Custom House, in Exchange corner Gay and Water sts 
Cutler Jos. S. fancy store, 69 Bait st 
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Cutis Mary, widow, Jefferson, e of Banal 

Cuyk Abraham, East Baltimore house, 39 Thames st 

UaBBAGE Clias. laborer, Harmony alley near Schroeder st 

Dafenger John G blacksmith, Penn av e of Biddle st 

Daffiri Benj cutler, no 1 HoUiday st 

Dagen John, laborer, Pratt vv of Green st 

Dagnar Saml. hatter, Pripolett's al s of Bait st 

Dahle Conrad, tailor, 70 Centre Market Space 

Daiger J. constable, 67 Conway st 

Daiger Jos. Conway near Green 

Dail Danl. carpenter, corner High and Trinity sts 

Daily Wm. F. surgical instrument maker, 20 N. Liberty st 

Daily Daniel, Pearl st s of Franklin 

Dale Andrew, blacksmith, s Eutaw extended 

Daley Jacob, chairmaker, w Bait st on the Falls, dw Harrison 
st adjoining Bazaar 

Daley Benj. D. Japanner, cor n Exeter st and Necessity Alley 

Daley John, dry goods merchant, 07 Lexington st, 

Daley James, oak cot)per, New st w of Eutaw 

Daley Christopher, cordwainer, Wagon alley w of Howard st 

Daby John, drayman, French near Potter st 

Daley James, chemist, V\^illiams near Cross st 

Dallam Thos.J. clerk Citizens Bank,dw Gay near Monument 

Dallam Francis J. cashier of Citizens bank, dw Pleasant near 
Calvert st 

Dallam Saml- clerk, 20 New Church st 

Dalrymple and co dry goods merchants, ?38 w Baltimore st 

Dalrymple John, grocer, corner Hill and Sharp sts 

Dalrymple Thos. corner Canal and Salisbury sts 

Damart Christopher, shoemaker, Shakspear w of Market 

Danberk Frederick, Fayette w of Park st 

Dandy Joshua, bricklayer, 3 Temple st 

Daneker John J. keeper of Methodist Burial ground, Mont- 
gomery e of Charles st 

Daniels Commodore, oO Albemarle st 

Danemaid iSarah, boarding house, Holland st extended 

Dausbury W. wagoner Caroline n of Orleans 

Dare Miss, Hanover, s of Barre 

Hare and Battee, commission merchants 13 Light st wharf, 

Dare Nathaniel C. dw. Conway w of Hanover 

Dare Gideon, grocer, n e cor of Conway and Howard sts 

tDarer Hannah, Guilford al w of Light st 

Darling Jas. sexton of Monument st Meth. church dw Sterling 
near Monument st 

Darrington Mrs. Mary Ann, Caroline row, Caroline st 

Dashields Levering, rope maimfacturer, Pratt st w of Falls 

Dashiell Mrs. Mary, s w cor Market and Alice Anna sts 

Dashiell James, shoemaker, Eden st n of Gough 
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Dashiell William, coachmaker, Holland w of Eden 

Dashiell J- J. and J. R. grocers and com. merchants, 6 Dugan's 

Daugherty John, Jackson Court st no 11 [wharf 

Paugherty Catherine, shopkeeper 36 n Exeter st 

Davenport Jos. currier and leather dresser, 14 cheapside, dw 

David Margaret, Stillhouse near Water st [95 n High st 

David Ellen, milliner, second near Gay st 

Davidge Francis H. office Courthouse, dw w Lexington 2nd 

house e of Pascau't's row 
Davidge Barney, laborer, Eutaw n of New st . 
f Davidge John, waiter, Chesnut Alley e of Pearl st 
Davidson Chas. C. shoe dealer, QQ Franklin st 
Davidson Nelson, coach maker, Eutaw n of Franklin 
Davidson A. B. dry goods merchant, '^40 w Ballimore st 
Davidson Jas. cooper, Charles st s of Camden 
Davidson mrs Sarah, Bait e of Lloyd st 
Davidson John, carter, Silver e of Eden st 
Davidson Wm. shoemaker, Eden s of Jefferson st 
Davidson Robt. cor Eden and Hampslead sts 
Davidson Jan^es, turner, e Falls avenue 
Davidson D — — , shop, cor Saratoga and Sharp sts 
Davidson mrs Sarah, 46 n Gay st [bridge 

Davies & J. O. Law, Salisbury flour mill, Belvidere road near 
Davies Wm. manf bahn of Virginia, Liberty st s of Fayette 
Davies J. G. miller, 81 Bowley's wf dw cor Pleasant & St. Paul's 
Davis Peter, s w cor Wilk and Wolf sis 
Davis Wm. mariner, Alice Anna e of Bond st 
Davis mrs Sarah, Spring n of Wilk st 
Davis mrs Catherine, Bank st e of Market 
Davis J. C. carpenter, Eden s of Gough st 
Davis Amo!?, Pratt 1 door e of Spring st 
Davis John, carpenter, Columbia e of Howard st 
Davis Amos, 24 s Howard st 
Davis Joseph, plaisterer, German w of Liberty st 
Davis Hannah, cook shop, Light near Balderston st 
Davis John, dw Hamilton e of St. Paul's st 
Davis Betsy, Bath e of Davis st 
Davis Caroline, tavern, Bath e of Davis st 
Davis John, boot & shoe man'y 20 n Gay dw Low near High 
Davis Frederick, -coach smith, cor North and Madison st 
Davis David carpenter, Sterling near Monument st 
Davis John, ship carpenter, Hampstead lane e of Light st 

Davis , waterman, Montgomery w of Light st 

Davis John, wagoner, Sarah Ann lane near Po[)plel0Q st 
Davis Wm. Jr. barber, Rock st n of Lexington st 
Davis Wm. Sen'r cordwainer. Park st s of Saratoga, 
Davis Charles, grocer, s w cor Vine and Cove sts 
Davis Amos, labourer, Bait w of Poppleton st 
Davis John, labourer, Mulberry e of Pine si 
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Decker George, 30 Fayette st 

DeCourcy Henry, blacksmith, Apple al n of Pratt st 

f-Decousy , tobacconist, Charles st s of Lee 

Deegin mrs Ann, academy, n Gay st near Mott 

Deems Adam, blacksmith, Light st near Montgomery 

Deems Ann, tailoress, Wagon al w of Howard st 

Deenns Jacob, labourer, Welcome al w of Hanover st 

Deems Jacob, health commissioner, 73 Pitt st 

Deets Wm. confectioner, Carpenter's al 

Deets Landrum, carpenter, Silver st near Eden 

Deeton mrs Ellen, grocer, Charles st n of Barre 

Deford Benj. & Co. dealers in hides, leather and oil, oor Cal' 

vert and Lombard sts. dw n Calvert st n of city spring 
Degarris John, Argyle al sof Wilk st 
Degoy Bartholomew, furniture store, 69 Harrison st 
Degilvin John, shoemaker, Fell st s of Thames 
Dyginhard Charles, tobacconist. Bond st sof Shakspeare 
Degough Thomas, Ensor st n of Monument 
DeGruchy J. Baltimore st e of Lloyd 
tDehair Jos. barber, Marion st w of Park 
Delue John, 34 Bond st 

Deike Frederick, shoemaker, cor Fawn st and Bishop's lane 
Deichelborough Xavier, 54 Bond st 
Delachell H. teacher French, Paca st sof Carpenter's al 
Delaha Thos. ship joiner, Gough st e of Ann 
DeKerner Christopher, confectioner, 10 e Baltimore st 
Delano Capt. Henry, Caroline st s of Pratt 
Delano Joseph, ship carpenter, Gough st 2 doors s of Granby 
Delcher John, lieut. night watch, 166 n Gay st near Mott 
Delia Jarreit, blacksmith, Lee st betw Light and Charles 
Dellehay James, cordwainer, Lexington st w of Chalsworth 
Dellicor David, cierk, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Dellevire & Brand, tobacconists, e Pratt st opp President 
Delmas Alexander A. grocer, 4 n Charles st dw s Charlea 
Deloste Francis, watch and clock maker, 44 Baltimore st 
Deloughery Dr. Edw. D. 24 Pitt st office 26 do 
Delsher John, brewer, Holliday st nof Saratoga 
DeMangin T. A. baker, cor Liberty st and Wagon al 
DeMangin Chas. A. grocer, cor Front and Ililien sis 
JDemby Richard, sawyer, Low st s of Aisquith 
tDemit Washington, labourer, Guilford al near Light st 
Dempsey Owen, baker, Camden st near Charles 
Dempsey Wm. Pinkney st w of Apple alley 
Dempsey James, fStrawberr}' al near Alice Anna st 
Dempsey M. tavern, Pratt st betw market space and Frederick 
Dempster James, grocer, cor Williams and Cross sts 
Dempster Jas. fisherman, Cross st betw Light and Williams 
Dempster John, fisherman, Cross st e of Williams 
Denboer mrs Julian, tailoress, Sterling st near Mott 
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Denby Joseph, labourer, Park lane e of Amity st 

Denmead Wm. Pine st n of Fayette 

Denmead Henry, machinist, Holland st extended 

Denmead Adam, carpenter, 43 n Exeter st 

Denmead Sarah, boarding house, Holland st extended 

Denney Margaret, washer, s Eutaw st extended 

Denning John N. 112 n High st dw 48 Exeter 

Dennis Frederick, ship carpenter, 72 Bond st 

Dennis Benjamin, paper hanger. Rock st n of Lexington 

Dennis Edw. manufacturer, Baltimore st e of Cove 

Dennis Mary, boarding house, Saratoga st w of Howard # 

Dennis Jacob, cabinet maker, Union st s of Ross 

iDennis Peter, Spring st s of Pratt 

Denison Marcus, grocer, 31 Baltimore st dw 13 n Frederick 

Dennison and Conain, carpet factory, s High st n of Water 

Dennison Samuel, plaisterer, East st s ol Orleans 

Dennison John, grocer, cor Eden and Orleans sts. 

Denning Samuel, victualler, Harford av 

Denny Wm. lumber merchant and ship joiner, Thames st e of 

Market and Wilk near Market, dw Market s of Bank 
Denny and Randolph, lumber merchant, Thames st e of Mar- 
ket, dw Thos. Denny High st s of Fawn 
Denny Michael, labourer, McElderry's wharfs of Pratt st 
Denny Samuel, sawyer, Forest st n of Douglass 
Denny Patrick, gardener, Guilford al betw Light and Charles 
Densiker Henry, stove maker, Henrietta st near Light 
Denson Walker, cordwainer. Low st betw Exeter and Potter 
Dent Charles, boot and shoe manufacturer, 44 Baltimore st dw 

cor Holland and Eden 
Denvier Felix, porter, Eutaw st n of Lexington 
Deppish Edward, cedar cooper, Ross st e of Paca 
DeRoncery Charles, professor of music, 94 s High st 
Derry James, porter, Mercer st between Light and Grant 
DeSelding Charles, prop. Baltimore Museum, dw St Paul's st 
Des[)ines Robert, shoemaker, Eden st n of Pitt [s of Saratoga 
Deshon John C. 129 s Charles st 

Despada Charles, hardware merchant, s w cor Gay and Front 
Despada Charles, hardware merchant, 96 Pratt st 
Despaux Eliza, 4 Ann st 
Despaux mrs Ann, Block st near Willis 
Despaux Anthony, ship carpenter, 3 Block st 
Dessin Henry, confectioner, Pratt st w of Falls , 

Desvoureaux James, collector, 71 n Exeter st 
Devalanger mrs E. widow, 12 South st 
Devalin Hugh, caster and smith in general, 88 Harrison at 
Devalin Henry, labourer, Richmond st e of Howard 
tDeveser Lassy, Exeter st near Gay 
Devet James, carter, n Front st near Bath 
f Dever James, rope maker, n Gay st near Belle Air market 
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Davis John,?cord\vainer, Vinee of Pine st 
Davis Daniel M. D. Park lane, e of Pine 
Davis David, dentist, Park e of Pine st 
Davis Robt. clerk, Saratoga e of Howard st 
Davis Rev. John, Green n of German et 
Davis Thomas, Holland st extended 
Davis Wm. engineer, Holland st extended 
Davis Amos, engineer, Green n of Paca 
Davis Moses, carpenter, Liberty st s of Saratoga 
Davis Richard, mt. 74 n Charles st 
Davis George Fayette w of Charles st 
Davis George A. carpenter, Barre w of Sharp st 
Davis Wm. merchant, 93 Conway st 
Davis Ann, Pratt st dairy, 23 Pratt st 
Davis Charles, grocer, Camden e of Hanover st 
Davis Thomas, tailor, Potter e of Gay st 
Davis Mary Ann, teacher, Hampstead st w of Strawberry al 
Davis Samuel, coach trimmer, Holland e of Eden 
Davis John, boot and shoe maker, Low bet High &. Exeter sts 
Davis Elizabeth, boarding house, 30 n Highst * 
Davis Rev. Charles A. opposite Methodist church Exeter st 
Davis John, tavern, Pratt n of South st 
Davis Hannah, boarding house, 24 South st 
Davis John, blacksmith, Guilford al w of Light st 
Davis Dr. C. S. 93 Bait st e of High st 
Davis miss Ann, teacher, Front 1 door s of Bait st 
tDavis James, drayman, Saratoga e of Cove st 
tDavis Robert, labourer, Biddle al s of Ross st 
tDavis Richard, barber, 62 Pratt st 
tDavis Wm. carter, Charles st extended 
tDavis Jacob, porter, Carohne n of Orleans st 
+ Davis Fanny, washer, Front s of Gay 
tDavis James, labourer, Guilford al e of Charles st 
tDavis Isabella, washer, Sterling near Madison st 
tDavis Dinah, cor Fayette st and Z. al 
tDavis Win. labourer, French lane near Charles st 
tDavis James, Sharp st s of Pratt 
tDavis Ptichard, barber, Park st near Lexington st 
tDavis Caroline, Marion w of Park st 
tDavis Samuel, cor Caroline and Pinkney st 
tDavis Francis, drayman, Spring st n ofGough 
Davison Robert, weaver. Cove s of Sarah Ann st 
Davison Francis, bricklayer, cor Thompson & Friendship sUi 
Davison Wm. chemist, Armistead lane w of Williams st 
Davlin John, Fleet st e of Bond 

Davott Jacob, fireman steam boat, Williams st extended 
Davy Wm. bricklayer, n e cor Wilk and Bond sts 
Davy Henry, cabinet maker, 95 e Fleet st 
Davy capt. Hugh, cor Wills and Block sts 
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DEC MalcheWs Ballimore 

Daw James, Frencli st near High 

Dawes E. B. furniture car driver, ISrechanics' court near High 

Dawes Francis, cooper, Fayette st w of Howard 

Dawson Wm. carpenter, Wolfe st near Alice Anna 

Dawson Cassandra, dry goods store, s w cor Ann and Fleet sts 

Dawson Frances, Ann st s of Fleet 

Dawson Thomas R. tailor, Bond st sof e Baltimore 

Dawson Frederick, St PauTs st s of Pleasant 

Dawson VVm. &t Co. merchants, 47 s Gay st 

tDawson Thos. carpenter, Happy a! near Wilk st 

tDawson James, labourer, Apple al s of Wilk st 

Day Jacob, tin and hardware store, 89 n Gay st 

Day Thomas, mariner, Argyle al s of Alice Anna s\ 

Day Wm. grocer, s e cor Camden and Howard sts 

Day Robert J. mariner. Barre st w of Light 

^•Day Samuel, hack driver, Ensor st n of Monument 

tDay Cats, sliipwright, Happy al s of Fleet st 

Day huff Andrew, boot and shoe maker, 26 Pratt st 

Dayton Edward F. engineer, Eden st n of Pitt 

Deacons Bachelor, carter, s Eataw st extended 

Deady mrs Elizabeth, 79 Ensor st near East 

Deady J. carpet man'r. 79 Ensor st dw Orleans near Caroline 

Deaderly Charles, labourer, York av 

Deal George, victualler, Saratoga st w of Cove 

Deal Jacob, n w cor Saratoga and Schroeder sts 

Deal & Smith, carpenters, n w cor Saratoga and Calvert sts 

Deal Wm. carpenter, Beuren st near French 

Deal John, bricklayer, Liberty al near Falls ft 

Deam Christopher, boot and shoe maker, n w cor Argylo alley 
and Alice Anna sts 

Dean Thos. carpenter shop, Saratoga st dw Pine s of Lexington 

Dear John, labourer, Sterling st near Madison 

DeArcy mrs Amelia, St Paul's st s of Pleasant 

DeArcy Madame, widow, n High betw Pitt st & Necessity a! 

Deatring Judge, 28 s Howard st 

Deaver Elizabeth, widow, 8 York st 

Deaver Eliza, 243 n Howard st 

Deaver E. K. printer, dw Saratoga st w of Cha's^orth 

Deaver John, carpenter, Holland st extended 

Debarthotls Miss S. seminary, Fayette st w of Howard 

Debaufre James, coach manufacturer, s Gay st n of vSecond 

Debeet Cornelius, painter, 14 Pitt st 

fDebitear mrs., cook, Saratoga st w of Park 

Deboss Jo9. barber, Marion st w of Park 

Dehon Mahlon, Caster, 16 Tyson st 

Debutts mrs Sophia, teacher, 112 Lombard st 

Decay Theodore, Ann st s of Bank 

Decker George, labourer, Franklin st w of Chateworlh 
Decker Marecaret, Georgo st e of Pine 
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Devers mrs., French st near Bath 

Devier mrs Sarah,, French st near East 

Devier mr., Saratoga st w of Chatsworth 

Deville Francis, wig maker, 4 South st 

Deviney mrs Jane, sempstress, Forest st opp Penitentiary 

Devtier Benj. cordwainer, Columbia al w of Chatsworth st 

Devious Wm. merchant, dw Lexington st e of Pine 

Dewives Samuel, gas worker, Lerew's al s of Franklin st 

Diamond James, cooper, Wolf st s of Alice Anna 

Dial Wm. baker, Canal st near Jeflerson 

Diasy John, cordwainer, Charles st s of Pratt 

Dice Stephen, ship carpenter. Fell st s of Thames 

Dice Charles, 24 New Church st 

Dick Wm. rigger, Wolf st n of Alice Anna 

Dickhel Catherine, grocer, Biddle st s of Ross 

Dickell J. J. cordwainer, Charles st s of Honey alley 

Dickerson Margaret, Market st extended 

fDickerson James, laborer, Howard st betw Perry & Conway 

Dickey P. man'r colton goods, Saratoga st w of Rock 

Dickinson capt David B. Caroline st s of Pratt 

Dickinson James, sawyer, Wagon al w of Park st 

Dickinson John, carpenter, n Sharp st dw Lexington e of Cove 

Dickinson Joshua, grocer, cor Charles and Lee sts 

Dickinson Elisha, shoemaker, Cross st e of Williams 

jDickinson Rich'd, steamboat hand, Douglass st w of Aisquith 

^Dickinson Isaac, labourer, Sharp st n of Barnet 

JDickinson Wm. stevadore. Spring st n of Gough 

Dickson James, band box man'r. Market st s of Alice Anna 

Dickson Lucretia, Salisbury st e of Lloyd 

Dickson Wm. labourer, Baltimore st w of Amity 

Dickson Elizabeth, sempstress, Vine st w of Cove 

Dickson mrs., weaver, Richmond st e of Tyson alley 

Dickson A. C. fancy dressmaker, Franklin e of Green 

jDickson Daniel, sawyer. Perry st e of Eutaw 

iDickison James, carriage driver, n Gay st near Mott 

JDjckison Daniel, labourer, Hanover st n of Montgomery 

IDickson Frances, washer, Hillen st near Ensor 

fDickson John, labourer, Ensor st foot of Gallows' hill 

g)ickson James, labourer, Hanover st n of Montgomery 
idler Dr. F. J. drug store, 63 mkt. sp. dw Water near Lloyd 
Didier Ed. firm Greenway & Didier, dw Calvert s of Saratoga 
Didier H. merchant, 70 n Charles st 

Didier & Norvell, dealers in silk and fancy goods, 28 s Charles 
Diel Christian, baker, 92 Ensor st near Forest 
Dieterly Christopher, confectioner, Gay st near Saratoga 
Dieter Eustalius, tavern, 134 Bond st 
tpieter Charles, boat builder. Spring st n of Bank 
Diffendall Catherine, Constitution st near French 
Diffeuderffer Dr. M. corner Plowman and High sis 
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DIX MatchetCs Baltimore 

Diffenderffer John, hardware int. s e cor Bait, and Frederick 
Diffenderller Peter, dw s e cor Baltimore and Frederick sts 
Diffenderffer Richard, n Front st near Ilillen 
Diffenderffer Doctor, Pitt st vv of Aisquith 
Diffenderffer Charles, grocer, 5 w Baltimore st dw cor e Bal- 
timore and Temple sts 
Diffenderffer Catherine, widow, e Baltimore st w of Hig;h 
Diffenderffer Henry O. cabinet maker, Water st e of Exeter 
Diffey Victor, Ensor st n of Monument 
Diggs James, ship carpenter, Ann st n of Eleet 
Diggs & Rider, ship joiners, Philpot st dw R. M. Diggs 13 do 
Diggs Henry, ship joiner, cor Gough and Spring sts 
Diggs capt 15everly, n e cor Pratt and Higli sts 
Diggs Wm. carpenter, German st opposite Penn 
JDiggs Wm. drayman;, Cove st n of German 
Dill Thomas P. tailor, Lee st vv of Charles 
Dillaway John H. carpenter, 16 New Church st 
Dillaway Thomas, teacher, Biddle st e of Penn av 
Di Ichunt Wm. cabinet maker, Orleans st w of Aisquith 
Di Jon Daniel J. painter, 43 Pearl st 
Di'llon Richard, horse and cow doctor, 12 Mulberry st 
Dinsmore miss Charlotte, milliner, Park st n of Saratoga 
Dinsmore Thomas, bricklayer, cor Beuren st and Liberty al 
Dinsmore Samuel, caster. Pierce st w of Chatsworlh 
Dinsmore Dr. Andrew, academy, Front st near Baltimore 
Dinsmore & Kvle, grocers, 2 Pratt st 
Dippel John, Water st 1 door w of Concord 
Disney John, grocer, cor Green and Conway sts 
Disney Wesley, comb maker, Lunn's lane, dw Sharp n of Lee 
Disney John W. comb maker, York av near Monument st 
Disney Wm. waterman, Lancaster st e of Argyle al 
Disney James, comb maker. Monument st w of Sterling 
Dispensary General, cor Holliday st Lind Orange alley 
Dispensary Eastern, cor e Baltimore and Canal sts 
Ditman John, city watchman, "Vork av 
Dilter Caroline, Maiden lane w of Aisquith st 
Dittman J. H. baker, 54 n Exeter st 
Ditto Jos. waterman, cor Strawberry al and Wiik st 
Divan Elias, porter, Park lane e of Pine st 
Divan John, porter. Park lane e of Pine st 
Diven Edward R. carpenter, York av 
Divins David, segar maker, Pine st n of Fayette 
Dixon Elizabeth, sempstress, 11 Fleet st 
Dixon Augustus, bricklayer, Canal st near McElderry 
Dixon James, curpenter, Pratt st e of Sharp dw Holland s side 
Dixon [. F. carpenter, Howard st above J^ombard dw 96 s Paca 
Dixon & Kemp, carpenters, 27 s Howard st 
Dixon Lydia, 8 Potter st 

jDixon Perry, steam boat hand, Douglass st e of Potter 
112 



Director for 1837. DON 

f Dixon J as. steam boat hand, Halfmoon al n of Douglass si 
fDixon Sarah, washer, Beard st wot' Canal 
Dobbin, Murphy & Bose, publishers of the American, 2 s Gay 
Dobbin Robt. A. of above firm, dw e Baltimore st w of Exeter 
Dobbin Wm. carpenter, Busy al w of Charles st 
Dobbin John, boot maker, cor Eden and Orleans sts 
JDobby Major, labourer, Charles st s of Lombard 
Dobelman Matthias, butciier, Sterling st near Madison 
Dobrrerr John, grocer, cor Charles and Montgomery sis 
Debler John, distiller, French st near Forest 
Dobson Jesse, steam boat hand, East st n of Halfmoon al 
Dobson & Fonder, house and sign painters, High st near Pitt 
tDockens Aby, Bishop's al near Pratt st 
Dockins Robert, brickmaker, Sugar al e of Charles st 
Docwra Francis, dry goods store, cor Pearl st and Penn av 
Dode Peter, clothing store, 28 e Pratt st 
Dodge VVm. & G. R. paint store, 26 Baltimore st - 
tDodson Rachel, Wagon al w of Park st 
Dodged Martin, prop, horses & carts, dw Gay st near Mott 
Doire Henry, clerk, George st e of Pine 
Dolan Bridget, Front st 2 doors from Hillen 
Dolan John, grocer, Harford av 

iDoldin Ellen, washer, Low st between Front and High 
Dolen Julia, sempstress, Paca st s of Fayette 
Dolon Thomas, grocer, cor Howard and Richmond sts 
Dolphin Francis, victualler, Mulberry st e of Pine 
tDomsen Thomas, labourer, Long al s of Ross st 
Domino Henry, segar maker, Wagon al w of Liberty st 
Donachy Ellen, Huckster, Eager al n of Saratoga st 
Donadieu Peter, cordwainer, cor Front and Plowman sts 
Donagan Wm. carter, 23 Fell st 
Donahue Richard, tailor, n Gay st near Baltimore 
Donald James, seaman, 65 Fleet st 

Donaldson R. ship joiner, 6 Thames st dw Market n of Fleet 
Donaldson Sydney, carpenter, Spring sts of Pratt 
Donaldson Aaron, fisher, Stillhouse st 

Donaldson Samuel, att. at law, dw St Paul's st n of Lexington 
Donaldson John I. attorney at law and president of Baltimore 
Life Insurance co. 21 Second dw Franklin e of Charles 
Donaldson Wm. weaver, Pierce st near Cove 
Donaldson Dr. 16 Lexington st 
Donnell Bartholomew, labourer, 60 Fleet st 
Donnell John S. Baltimore st extended 
Donnelly James, 13 Caroline st 
Donnelly mrs., weaver, Sarah Ann st s of Cove 
Donnelly James, labourer, Biddle al s of Ross st 
Donnohoe James, ship joiner, s e cor Bank and Market sts 
Donnohoe Thomas, silver plater, 6 Block st 
Donohoe Thomas, labourer, Bond st s of Lancaster 
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DOR MatchelVs Baltimore 

Donovan Joseph S. Light st near Montgomery 

Donovan mrs Ellen, cor East and Hillen sta 

Donovan Richard, tavern, n w cor Louisiana st and Long aly 

Donovan Dr. cor Park and Franklin sts 

Donovan Corbel J. carpenter, Aisquith st e of Douglass 

Donsee L, Lexington st e of Cove 

Dorbaker Adam, victualler, Cove st s of Pratt 

JDore Ann, fruit shop, Exeter st e of French 

Dorey John, shoemaker, S[)ring st n of Bath 

Dorgan John, shipwright, 20 Philpot st 

Doris Jane, shopkeeper. Monument st vv of Aisquith 

Dorman mrs Jane, tavern, 3 w Pratt st 

Dorman Wm. Bond st s of Shakspeare 

Dorman Thomas, shoe store, 4 w Baltimore st dw 43 Pitt 

Dorman mrs Susan, Canal st near Water 

Dorman James, grocer and com. mt. 73 s Calvert st 

Dorn Elizabeth, widow, Pitt st e of Exeter 

Dorney John W carpenter, Alice Anna st near Market, dw 

Bond near Pratt 
Dorney Bartholomew, U. S. Navy, Thames st w of Bond 
Dorney Bartholomew, grocer, 41 Franklin st 
Dorney Henry H. grocer, cor Eden and Silver sts 
tDorr Ruth, washer. Low st s of Aisquith 
Dorrett Wm- blacksmith, Front st s of Low 
Dorritee Julia Ann, boarding house, Camden st near Light 
Dorritee Wm. painter, s High st n of Granby 
Dorritee James, painter, 15 n High st 
tDorritee Jacob, sawyer, Alice Anna st e of Wolf 
Dorrough Samuel, milk dealer, 13 n High st 
Dorry mrs Eleanor, druggist, 5 Alice Anna st 
Dorsey T. carpenter. Vine st vv of Cove 
Dorsey Michael, porter, Pine st n of Franklin 
Dorsey Henrietta, Paca st n of Mulberry 
Dorsey Francis, labourer. Union st n of Penn av 
Dorsey Henry, blacksmith, Biddle al s of Ross st 
Dorsey mrs Ann, 150 Pica st 
Dorsey Rinaldo, clerk, 106 s Paca st 
Dorsey Thomas, constable, Paca st s of Camden 
Dorsey Michael, feed store and commission merchants, 22 

Light st dw Barre e of Hanover 
Dorsey Washington, bricklayer, Pitt st e of Strawberry al 
Dorsey Richard, 21 Second st 

Dorsey Ezekiel, grocer, cor Thames & Bond sts dw 35 Thames 
Dorsey rnrs Elizabeth, e Pratt st near Bond 
Dorsey Richard, cor Saratoga and Sharp sts 
Dorsey Richard H. cordwainer, Mott st near Sterling 
Dorsey Charles. Frederick st betw Gay and Baltimore 
JDorsey Perry, labourer, Sugar al betw Light and Charlefl sts 
JDorsey Benjamin, fisher, Long al near Frederick st 



Director for 1837. DaVv' 

IDorsey Bateman, labourer, Light st extended 

f Dorsey Henry, grocer, Cypress alley f 

tDorsey James, carter, Strawberry alley n of Gough st 

tDorsey Henry, stevadore, Spring st s of Gough 

tDorsey John, tallow chandler, Low st s of Aisquith 

tDorsey Thomas, gardner, Chamberlain alley s side 

tDorsey Henry, labourer, German st \v of Green 

tDorsey Charles, labourer, Pearl st s of Saratoga 

tDorsey Matilda, washer, Marion st w of Liberty 

tDorsey Abraham, labourer, Lunn's lane near Burgundy alley 

tDorsey Eliza, washer, Wagon alley, w of Park street 

tDorsey Edward, waterman, 90 Douglass st 

Dorton'Thom.is, liquor store, s e corner Wilk St Caroline sts 

Dosh Wm. Baltimore st w af Canal 

Dosson J. barber, 9 C. Market space 

Doster John, tailor, Hampstead st e of Eden 

Dougherty Elizabeth, grocer, Lancaster 2 doors from Market 

Dougherty Hugh, carpenter, Alice Anna st w of Wolf 

Dougherty Solomon, labourer, Alice Anna st w of Bond 

Dougherty Robert, blacksmith, Bishop's lane near Wilk st 

Dougiierty Thomas, bricklayer, Gough st e of Spring 

Doui^herty mrs H. boarding house, Holliday st opp. City Hall* 

Dougherty Henry, cordwainer, Potter st near Gay 

Dougherty James, printer, Hillen st e of Front 

Dougherty C. clothing store, 38 Second st 

Dougherty Thomas, labourer, Cross st near Johnson 

Dougherty Eleanor, milliner, 94 n Howard st 

Dougiierty Thomas, grocer, n Caroline st near Baltimore 

Dougherty Jos. coach trimmer, Eager al e side 

Dougherty Neale, grocer, cor Union and Ross sts 

Dougherty James, grocer, cor Ross and Eutaw sts 

Dougherty , weaver, Granby st e of Exeter 

Douglass Peter, oak cooper, 56 Harrison st 

Douglass mrs R. H. Saratoga st w of Charles 

tDouglass Samuel, drayman, Market st extended 

tDouglass Richard, mariner, Longal n of Franklin st 

Douglass Dr. office cor Hanover and German sts 

Douty Grafton, blacksmith, 176 Hanover st 

Dover John, shoemaker, n w cor Argyle al and Alice Anna st 

Dover Christopher, cordwainer 36 Henrietta st, 

Dovey F , carter, 87 Lexington st 

Dow mrs Jane, 22 e Water st 

tDowden Samuel, labourer, Wagon al e of Howard st 

tDowden Isaac, labourer, Ensor et near Forest 

tDowden Solomon, labourer, Monument near Spring st 

tDowden, Solomon, carter, Forest e of Douglass st 

Dowdens Isaac, drayman, Bank e of Eden st 

Dowl John, clerk, Potter st n of Gay 

Downey Edmund, carpenter, HoUins e of Eden, 



DUD MatchetVs Baltimore 

Downie John, labourer, West st near Lii?ht 
Downie Dennis, labourer, West si near hight 

Downing H , carpenter, Barnelt vv of Charles st 

Downs mrs, Mary, 7 e Bait st 

Downs Isaiah, Pierce st e of Chatsworth 

Downs James, labourer, New st e of Paca 

Downs Ann, sempstress, 16 Maiden lane 

Downs Robert S. cordwainer, Canal near Orleans 

Downs mrs llebecca, Market s of Lancaster 

Downs Jonathan, shoemaker, Perry e of Lunn's lane 

tDowns Isaac, coachman, Saratoga st extended 

Dowson mrs Ann, 24 Pitt st 

Doxey Eliza, sempstress, George st e of Pine 

Doxey Josiah^ pilot, 77 Alice Anna st 

Doyle Peter, potter, 14 Thompson st 

Doyle Patrick, Ann st n of Gough 

Doyle Jolm, boot and shoe maker, Apple al near York st 

Doyle Peter, grocer, corner Charles and Lombard sts 

Doyle ISIichael, lot & exchange office, 26 Pratt dvv iil Lombard 

+Doyle Ptichard, labourer, Eager al s of I^Iulberry st 

Draberg Charles, rope maker. Light st exteeded 

jjrake Fenton & Co., grocers and com mts, 282 Bait st 

Drake Matthew, dvv 67 Lombard st 

Drake Matthew, hardware mt n e corner Light & Lombard sts 

Drake Wm. rope maker & grocer, n w cor Williams & Cross sts 

Drane Jo!m, broom maker, Hampstead st w of Strawberry al 

Draper R , tobacconist, Run al n of Lexington st 

Draper Sc Stier, botanic physicians, 40 e Pratt st 
Draper Alexander, of above firm, dw 49 e Pratt st 
tDraper, Garrison, tobacconist, Fore^-t near French 
Drive J. cordwainer, Market st extended 
tDriver, Moses, sawyer, Hull's lane vv of Aisquith st 
Dr^hn John, shoemaker, 39 Fayette st 
Drum John, grocer, s w corner Apple al & Alice Annast 
Drummond John, weaver, e Sarah Ann sf. Schrceder al 
tDrummond Evan, labourer, Lerew's al s of Mulberry st 
Drummond Charles, Granby w of Gough st 
Dryden &. Son, drapers and tailors, 5 s Sharp st 
Dry den Edward, mt tailor, dw cor Green st and Cider al 
Dryden Ann, huckster, 71 Wagon alley 
Dryden John H. piano maker, Exeter, st n of Necessity al 
Di-yden Isaac, grocer, 106 w Pratt st 

Drydea Samuel, boot and shoe maker. Liberty st s of Bait st 
Dubernard John, mt s High near Granby st 
Dubernard Wm. tailor, 17 Pratt st 
Ducatel, professor, 15 Liberty s of German st 
tDuckery James, sawyer, s Eutaw st extended 
Ducchemin mrs Margaret, 72 Camden st 
Dudley A. L. telegraph keeper, dw 132 Hanover st 
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Director for 1837 DUN 

tDudley Samuel, baker, Salisbury w of Canal st 

Dudlow James, cabinet maker, Penn av e of George st 

Duering John S. cordwainer, St. Mary st 

Duering David, labourer, Saint Mary's st 

DufFmrs Elizabeth, Exeter n of Fawn 

Duff Peter, weaver, Lerew's al extended 

Duff George, 51 east Baltimore street 

tDufT George Run alley s of Saratoga st 

tDuffin Elizabetiij washer, Eden st n of Pitt st 

Daffy W. H. miscellaneous engraver, 97 Bait st up stairs ^ 

Du^' John, weaver, Union st a of Ros3 

Dufly Hugh grocer, 11 Mulberry st 

Duffy Henry, clothing store, 28 s Calvert st 

Dugan Margaret, Water street,adjoining exchange 

Dugan F. J. dw Saint Paul's n of Mulberry st 

Du^an Patrick, labourer, Cross near Williams st 

Dugan Frances. French near Bath st 

Dugas Lewis, clerk, Pearl st n of Mulberry st 

Dugas Lewis J. genl. intelligencer office,Holliday s of Fayette 

Dugent F. grocer, and stockmaker, cor Eastst &. Half Moon al 

Duhamel James, bagmaker, Bowjey's wharf dw 17 Forrest st 

DuhuTst Greenbury, labourer, 229 north Howard street 

Duhurst Mary, Gay st near Odd Fellows hall 

Duke James, grocer, n e corner Camden and Howard streets 

Duke James, grocer, cor n Gay and Madison sts 

Dukes James, watchman, Henrietta e of Charles st 

Dukheart Joseph, clerk, Aisquith n of Monument st 

Dukehart John, hardware store. Bait bet St. Pauls and Charles 

dwelling 9 n High street 
Dukehart Robert W. currier. High st w of Low 
Dukehart Jos. &. Co. variety store, 101* w Bait st 
Dukehart John, Saratoga near Holiday dw Fayette e of Calvert 
Dulan Dr. office and dw Fayette e of Charles st 
Dulaney and Baldwin, drapers and tailors, 44 n Howard st 
Dulaney Grafton L. attorney at law, office Fayette near Calvert 

dw Courtland n of Mulberry street 
Dulaney Delia, washer. Bank e of Eden st 
Dulany Joshua, Eden st s of Pratt 
Dulany Jane, Thames st w of Market 

Dull James, shipsmith, cor Light & Leedw Charles near Barre 
Dunan Dr. A. Frederick between Gay and Baltimore sts 
Dunan L. N. head quarters tavern, 10 n Gay near Fayette st 
Dunan Gustavus, Green stn of Mulberry 

Dunbar George T. cashier com. and farmers' bank, 10 s Howard 
Dunbar Dr. John R. W. n w corner Charles and Fayette sts 
Dunbar Charles, drayman. Chamberlain al n side 
Duncan James, carter. Concord 1 door s of Water ?' 
Duncan mrs Ann, Bark st w of Argylo al 
Duncan Menrv, Apple al s of Pratt st 
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Duncan Joseph, boot and shoe manufactory, 5 South st 

Duncan George, gardner, Cove st n ot'FrankHn 

Du.ican mrs Mary, sempstress, Saratoga e of Schrceder st 

Duncan mrs Margaret, 42 Fayette st 

Duncan Rev. John M, Calvert st n of Lexington st cnurch, 

Fayette w of Charles st 
Duncan James, machinist, Barre e of Sharp st 
Dundore Henry, tavern, s e cor Lancaster and Market sts 
Dungan Stephen, cooper. Stiles e of High st 
, Dungan Wm. 9 New Church st 
Dungan Francis, shoedealer, Bait e of Howard st 
Dungan W. shoedealer, 72 Lexington dw 9 New Church st 
Dungan Stevenson, scow hirer. tJ'i Pratt st 
Dunham Jacob, shipwright, TOO Ann st 
Dunham James, waterman, Bond 1 door s of Fleet 
Dunkel mrs Catharine, High n of Granby 
Dunkin L. H. ship builder, 2 Fell st 
Dunlevy Thomas C. livery stables, n Gay near Fayette dw 

next door 
Dunlevy Thos. C. livery stables Swan st near Marsh Market sp 
Dunlap John, painter, 144 Aisquith st 
Danlop John, corner Charles and Hill streets 

Dunnington , tobacco mt. dw Hanover s of Barre 

Danmead Wm. machmist, Cove st e of Lexington st 
Dunn T. W. dentist, corner Fayette and Liberty sts 
Dunn Michael, wheelwright and blacksmith, 60 n High st 
Dunn Catherine, tavern, 58 s Calvert st 
Dunn John, labourer, Albemarle s of Pratt st 
Dunn Francis, huckster, corner Light and York sts 
Dunn H. M. carpenter, Light st extended 
Dunn William, carter, Liberty al near Monument st 
Dunn and Swan, lumber merchants, 27 Light st wharf 
Dunn Washington, huckster, Welcome al near Charles st 
Dunn mrs Susan, huckster, Lee 3 doors e of Charles st 
Dunn Jane, grocer, Franklin e of Cove st 
Dunn sarah, Thames st e of Ann 
tDunn Charles, labourer, n Gay near Mott st 
Dunnagan Patrick, carter, Lancaster st w of Apple alley 
Durack Lawrence, Wilk st w of Albemarle 
Durand Beojamin, cordwainer, 148 Low st 
Durandean John, silversmith, Front n of Pitt st 
Durant John, ropemaker, Light st extended 
Durborow Hammond, dry goods mt. 5H Bait st & 6 Market sp 
Durborow John, merchant, 24 Eutaw street 
Durchhanson E. C. dry goods mt. 49 n Howard 
Durding Henry, oyster house, Wilk st e of Caroline 
Durding Stephen, constable. Hill ste of Hanover 
Durding John, plough maker, Pratt w of Harford run 
Durham Lloyd, grocer, corner Eutaw and Camden sts 
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Durham George, weaver, Pierce st w of Chatsvvorth 

Durham William, tailor, 28 New Church street 

Durkee Dr. 11. A. office and dwelling 38 n Gay st 

Durkee Pearl, cabinet maker, Pitt st 3d door irom Aisquith 

Durlin Edward, Caroline st 1 door s of Bank 

Durman David, weaver, Sarah Annst w of Cove 

Durning Mrs. Mary, milliner, East st n of Douglass 

Durocher A . H. professor of dancing, Law Buildings, cor St. 

Paul's and Lexington sts. dw 84 Sharp st 
Durr William, carpenter, Cove st n ol Fayette 
Durst J. F. cotton wadding factory, Penn. avenue n of Biddie s 
Durst J. dw cor Hanover st and Busy alley 
Duser John, labourer, 69 Bond st 

Dushane John, carpenter, Saratoga st w of Chatsworth 
Dushane Valentine, carpenter, Green st ii of Lombard^ dw 

Franklin st w of Pearl 
Dushane John, carpenter, Green st n of Lombard 
Dushane Cornelius, bricklayer, cor Sharp and Perry 
Dushane John, carpenter, dw Sharp st s of Perry 
Dutton RoiJert, justce of peace, Bond st s of Fleet 
Dutton John, bricklayer, Caroline row, Caroline st 
Dutton Wiiliani, n e cor High and Granby sts 
fDutton Sarah, washer, Sterling st near Monument 
Duvall Charles, blacksmith, Market st extended f. p. 
Duvall 1 acob, enrrineer, Hanover st n of Sugar alley 
Duvall & Macubbln, house, sign and ornamental painters, Fayette 

st e of Calvert 
Duvall Sarah, North st n of Pleasant 
Duvall Lemuel E. broker, Second st near South, dw Conway st 

w of Levin's alley 
Duvall Richard C. machinist, Conway st w of Green 
Duvall Richanl, firm of McDowell & Duvall, dw Green st s of 

German street 
Duvall Rebecca, Green st n of Lombard 
Duvall Peal, labourer, Hanover st s of Montgomery 
Duvall John H. merchant, Charles stn of Hambleton 
Duvall James, cord wainer, Holland st w of Eden 
Duvall Mrs Mary, 14 n High st 
Duvall Christopher, mariner, Johnson st s of Cross 
|Duvall Richard, drayman, Long alley s of Ross st 
Dye Marv, sempstress, 64 Market st f. p. 
Dysart*' Moses A. e Baltimore st w of Exeter 
Dyson Mrs Mary, weaver, Chatsworjh st n of Saratoga 

Hiachus Joseph, clerk, dw Columbia st e of Howard 
Eager Alexander, cordwainer, Caroline st n of Baltimore 
Ealer Eliz^ibeth, 101 Alice Anna st 

Ealey William, ship carpenter, s w cor Wolf and Alice Anna sts 
Ealey Jacob, labourer, Orleans st w of Caroline 
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Eareckson F. ship joiner, Wilk st near Harlbrd Run 

Eareckson Robert, carpenter, Wilk st e of Exeter 

Eareckson Mary, Wilk st c of Pratt 

Earickson Tiio'mas, lumber inspector, Wilk st 1 door e of Exeter 

Earles Samuel, cordwainer, Wagon alley w of Park st 

Earnest George &c W. Cowles, china store, 27 s Calvert st 

Earnest George, of above firm, dw 9 Waterloo row Calvert st 

Earnest George, attorney at law, n e cor Fayette &. St Paul's st8 

Earnickin John, sawyer, Philpot st e of Wilk 

Easter Hamilton, dry goods merchant, 125 Baltimore st 

Easter John of Jno. dry goods merchant, 97 Baltimore st. dw 

Pratt st near Exeter 
Easter John, dry goods merchant, 39 Baltimore st. dw Baltimore 

street near Aisquith 
Easley Thomas, boat builder, 76 Alice Anna st 
Eastley Miss Ann, cor Gough and Eden 
Eastman Jonathan S. farmers' repository, Pratt st. dw Barre si 

between Hanover and Sharp sts 
Eastman 8c Whittington, commission mts, 85 Bowley's wharf 
Easton Robert, labourer, Cross st near Jolinson 
Eastwood & Marsh, cabinet makers, 27 e Baltimore st 
Eaton Ann, shopkeeper, Armistead lane w of William st 
Eaverson Isabella, baker, n Howard st s of Richmond 
Ebaugh Henry, keeper of Court House, dw Saratoga st w of 
Ebaugh Henry, Liberty st s of Saratoga [Chalsworth 

Ebaugh George, carpenter, Sarato^ra st w of Chatsworth 
Ebbs E. academy, Camden st e oi" Hanover 
Eberly Macrdt-lina, Forest st opposite Penitentiary 
Ebsworlh M. brass founder, 84 Baltimore st 
Ebsworth Thomas, fender manufactory, n Frederick st near Balto 
Eccleston James, trader. Mulberry st e of Pine 
Eccleston Rev. Samuel, archbishop, cor Mulberry and Charles 
Eccleston Cyrus, butcher. Potter st w of Douglass 
Eccleston ArchiJDald, Strawberry alley u of Alice Anna st 
Eckel William, grocer, cor Exeter and Hillen sts 
Eckman Benjamin, shoe maker, Argyle alley s of Alice Anna st 
Eddy Mary, fruit shop, Harford avenue near Monument st 
tEddicks jarrett, labourer, Carpenter alley e of Paca st 
Eden Alexander, bacon seller, Charles st s of Henrietta 
Eden Adam, Lancaster st e of Strawberry alley 
Edes Mrs M. A. boarding house, cor Light st and Wine alley / 
Edgar Mrs Nancy, sempstress, rear of 100 Dugan's wharf 
Edgar William, collector, 28 Baltimore si 
Edhlex Joseph, Lancaster st e of Strawberry alley 
Edmonds Richard, grocer, cor Potter and French sts 
Edmondson Moses, Charles st n of Henrietta 
Edmondson Thomas, Franklin st extended 
E<lward3 Henry, mariner, 92 Market st 
Edwards John, Thames st e of Bond 
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Edwards William R. 11 Bond st 

Edwards Joseph, brass worker, Falls av. dw cor Pratt and 

Edwards George, segar maker, Park st w of Schroeder 

Edwards Ann, Biddle st s of Pennsylvania avenue 

Edwards Richard H. dealer in criass, 36 s Charles st 

Edwards Robert, carpenter, Orleans st e of Friendship 

Edwards Amelia, Silver st w of Eden 

Edwards R. merchant, dw 65 Lombard st 

Edwards James, dry goods merchant, 51 Baltimore st. dw 73 

Edwards Henry, cabinet ware room, 90 Harrison st 

tEd wards Sarah, washer. Bond st s of Shakspeare 

f Effert Peter, labourer. Perry st e of Eutaw 

Egan Daniel, grocer, Camden st e of Paca 

Egan James, iron founder, Sugar alley wof Light st 

Egenton & Morris, French burr millstone maker, w Falls a v. 

Egenton Mrs Margaret, cor Paca and Saratoga sts 

Egerton Garrett, labourer, Caroline st s of Wilk 

Egerton John B. lottery and exchange office, cor South and 

Water sts. dw cor Exeter and Salisbury sts 
Eglesion, Rebecca, Bond st n of Pratt 
Egleston Mrs. Elizabeth, cor Bank st and Strawberry alley 
Egleslon Benjamin, carpenter, Mulberry si e of Pine 
Egleston Joseph, carpenter, Pine st n of Mulberry 
Eglin Mary, VYoll'st between Alice Anna and Lancaster sts 
Ehlen John H. 152 Paca street 

Ehlen & Rieman, sugar refiners, Paca st s of Franklin 
Eliler Hannah, shop keeper, cor Orleans st and Long lane 
Ehrinan Christopher, confectioner, Exeter st n of Pitt 
Ehrman John, carpenter, Granby st e of Exeter 
Ehsen Henry, whip maker, cor Eutaw and Columbia sts 
Eichelberger William, dw Lexington st e of Charles 
Eichelberger George S. justice of peace, Second st near Gay, dw 
Eichelberger J. M. painter, 104 s Paca st [High st near French 
Eichelberger I. F. & J. S. tobacconists, 95 n Howard st 
Eichelberger J. F. dw Camden st betw Eutaw and Paca 
Eichelberger Martin, weigh master, 24 Hanover et 
Eighorn George, labourer, cor Bond St Lancaster sts 
Einwater Alexander, blacksmith, Hill st e of Charles 
Eisell John J. saddler, Pitt st e of Exeter 
Eisenbrani C. H. musical instrument maker, 54 Baltimore st 
Eisinger George, carpenter, 56 Market st f. p. 
Elbert Dr. Wm. H. 58 Market st f. p. 

Elder Henry, watchman, Pennsylvania avenue s of Union st 
Eider Basil S. & Son, grocers and forwarding mts. 10 n Eutaw st 
Elder BasiJ, merchant, dw QQ Fayette st 

Elder Samuel, grocer and ship chandler, 91 Smith's wJ«rf, dw 
Elder F. W. 282 Baltimore st ' [cor Exeter and Wilk sts 

Elder Mrs Catherine, 14 York st 
Elder Francis, copper smith, 14 York st 
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Elder Samuel, grocer, Smith's wharf, dw Pratt st w of Hartford 

Elder — ' , barkeeper, North st s of Pleasant 

Ellioii Cohen H. second hand store, 39 1-2 n Howard st 
Ellender, William, n Gay st near Mott 
Ellerman Bernhard, carpenter, Saratoga st e of Schroeder 
Ellery Absolom, goldsmith and jeweller, cor Hanover and Lom- 

fcard sts. dw Franklin st e of Pine 
EUess Margaret, Crook's row, Monument st 
Ellett Benjamin, watchman, Mulliken st e of Caroline 
Ellicott E, T. and Co. wholesale iron wharehoiise, cor Light and 
Ellic^tt EvanT. of above firm, dw Pratt w of Sharp [Balderston 
Eilicou Abraham, blacksmith, French st near Potter 
Ellicott Jonathan and Sons, millers, Patterson st wharf 
Ellicott AnJreWjJohn & Co. 5 Ellicott fronting on Light st 
Ellicott S. jr. Sharp st s of German 
Ellinsworili William, waterman, Granby st e of Gough 
EUiott Ann, Park lane w of Pearl street 
Elliott Thomas, teamster. Pearl st s of Park lane 
Elliott James, plaisterer, 5 Jackson court street 
Elliott George, cordwaincr, Franklin st w of Chatsworth st 
Elliott Jame^, labourer, Ross st w of Eutaw 
EUiott G. carpenter, Maddison st w of Howard 
Elliott William, shoe maker, Orleans st w of Aisquith 
Elliott Henry, butcher, 261 Forest st 

Elliott William, shoe maker, York st betw Light and Charles 
Elliott John H. painter, Granby st w of Harford run 
Elliott Nicholas, grocer, e water st near Harford run 
Elliott Edward, carpenter, Happy alley n of Fleet st. dw.e Bal- 
timore st opposite Columbia Gardens 
ElUott John, piano tuner. Park st s of Marion 
Elliott Edward, dw rear of Twelve Buildings? 
Elliott William, carter. Canal st near Monument 
Elliott Hubhard, shoe maker. Light st extended 
Elliott Mrs. Elizabeth, grocer, Ensor st near Mott 
Elliott Isabella, Ensor st near Forest 
Elliott William, tailor, 30 Camden st 
Elliott Margaret, Buren st near French 
Elliott James cordwainer, Canal st near Jefferson 
Elliott Samuel, labourer, Baliimorest extended 
{;EHiott Robert, waiter, Park st s of Saratoga 
Ellis James, turner, Front st near Bath 
ElHs Charles, Market st s of Thames 

Ellis Thomas, collector and general agent, n e cor Stiles and High 
Ellis Benjamin, labourer, Spring st near Bank 
Ellis W^illiam, sawyer, Plowman st w of Albermarle 
Ellis Jesse, coach harness manufacturer, German st vv of Liberty 
Elhs John, Hookstown road, 
JEllis Isabella, Salisbury st w of Canal 
Edison Sanniel, Gough st e of Eden 
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Pillisor. Alexander, second hand furniture store, 62 n Howard st 

Ellmore James, victualler, Gist st Hampstead Hill 

Ellms John, cooper, Mercer st e of Light 

Elterman Frederick, Adelphi House, s w cor Fayette and Holli- 

Eltonhead T. jeweller, 82 Harrison st [day sts 

Ellsby Saujuel, tailor. Sterling st near Mott 

tEllsby T. Sawyer, Pleasant st e of Park 

Elsroad Francis, labourer. Busy alley w of Charles st 

Elvins William, watchmaker. Wolf sts of Fleet 

Ely John L. cor Pratt st and Apple alley 

Ely John, Pearl st a of Chesnut alley 

Ely Mahlon S. boot and shoe r^anuliicturer, Gay st near High 

Emart William, carpenter, n Gay st near Aisquith 

Emerick David, cordwaiuer, Penn. avenue n of Preston st 

Emerson Richard, rigger, Addison st near High 

JEmerson Mati.da, Salisbury st w of Canal 

Emich Nicholas, cabinet maker, Baltimore st w of Pearl, dw 

Pearl st n of Baltimore 
Eraich John, tinner, Baltimore st w of Paca 
Emmart John, carpenter, French st near High 
Emmart Michsel, carpenter, n Gay st near Mott 
Emmart Tljomas, grocer, s e cor High and Pratt sts 
Emmart Henry, tobacconist, s e cor Howard and Pratt sts. 
Emory John B. grocer, n e cor Franklin and Chatsworth sts 
Emory Gideon, Franklin st w of Park 
Emory Gideon, rope maker, Mulliken st s of Spring 
Emory Stevens and Browne, wholesale grocers and com. mts. 2 
Emory Samuel T. d w cor Fawn and High sts [Bowley's whf. 
Emory Richard, clerk Union Bank, d w St. Paul's st near Mulberry 
Emory and Co. lottery and exchange office, 2 n Galvert st 
J Emory Alexander, blacksmith, Caroline st n of Gou^h 
Eney William, cordwainer, Baltimore st opposite Amity 
England Mrs. Mary, 74 Bond st 
England William, mariner, Thames stw of Bond 
English Eliza, Mulberry st near Park 
Engle Daniel, cordwainer, Wayne st e of Howard 
Engle Jacob, cordwainer, Wayne st e of Howard 
Ennalls Margaret, boarding house, 20 s Gay st«* * 

f Eimals John, waterman, Caroline st s of Wilk 
tEnnals William, Spring st s of Gough 
tEunelt Mary, frizette maker, Columbia st e of Howard 
Ennis Mrs Elizabeth, 17 Albermarle st 
Ennis'John, labourer, Lerew's alley 

Ennis Mrs. and Mrs. Martin, band box factory. Commerce st 
Ennis Gregory, grocer, Camden st 1 door w of Pratt, dw 13S 
Ennis capt. Joseph, 2 Lancaster st w of Market [Sharp si 

Ennis Joseph, steam boat hand, 23 Comet street 
Eno Richard, baker, Orleans st e of Aisquith 
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Ensey Lot and Co. grocers, s w cor Baltimore and Eutaw sts 
EnsevLott, dw 124 Lombard St c r> -^ 

Ensey Wil iam, -rocer, Pratt st. dw Columbia st w of Paca 
lEnsev Benjamin, waterman, Hill 3t 3d door e of Charles 
Ensor'charles, rope maker, Wolf st s of Alice Anna 
FnQr^r Mi-R Eleanor, Fawn st wot I'alls 

En o Jo n, superintendent of sweeps, fourth district, Potter sts 
Ensor Mrs Ann, tailoress, Canal st near Orleans [of Hillen 

Ensor Mrs Maria, Silver st w of Eden 
Ensor Abraham, bricklayer. Potter st betw Low and Gay 
Pntlpr PhiliD carpenter. Vine st. dw cor Vine and Pine sts 
i z And w, carpente;, Fayette st w of Pine dw Fayette e of 
Episcopal Churches, see View of Baltimore at beginning [Pme 
Epler Casper, cooper, French st near Exeter 
Epron Peter, confectioner, &c. 37 Phames st 
Ereclt Lewis, Bond st n of Thames 
Erraan Jacob, carpenter, Lee st e of Charles 
Erman Jacob, carpenter, Fayette st near Howard 
+Ermv Norris, mariner, Short st 3 of Jefierson 
Ernv Edward, confectioner, 122 n Howard st 
Erskine & Eichelberger, wholesale grocers cor Howard and Bait. 
Ervin Jacob, hatter, carpenter alley e ot Eutaw st 
tErvin David, waiter, Harford avenue 
Erwin John, innkeeper, cor Lexmgton st and Long alley 
Espap-nette Mrs Julia, Bond st s of Wilk 
Esne? William, cooper, 37 Ann st s of Alice Anna 
Epey John, labourer, Orleans st e of Caroline 
Essender Mrs. 29 Lexington st eof Sharp 
Essender James, shoe dealer, 70 Lexington st 
Essex William, cordwainer, eor Hill and Sharp sts 
Estrelev Andrew, labourer, Harlord avenue 
Estrlcker Adam, painter. Federal Hill opposite 1 elegraph 
Etchbercrer John, boat builder, Ann st a of Alice Anna 
Etchberger, Capt James, 16 Block st 
Ettincr B. G. com. mt. 36 s Gay st. dw 27S Baltimore st 
EttinS Louis, merchant, dw Exeter st 3d door n ot Gay at 
Etting Samuel, commission merchant, 55 Smiths whart 
Etting S. dw 2m Baltimore street 
Etting Mrs. Lexington street w of Pme 
Eubricks Elizabeth, sempstress, 36 Low st 
Euchner John, grocer, 49 Bond street 
Evans Daniel, bricklayer, s w cor Gough and Eden stree1:8 
Evans Nelson, blacksmith, cor Gough and Sprmg sts 
Evans Hugh, President of Union Bank, dw cor St. Paul s and 
Evans David, tailor, 21 Harrison st [Lexington 

Evans Mrs Rebecca, Ensor st near Mott 
Evans George, cordwainer, Potter st n of Hillen 
Evans Miss Jane, boarding house. Canal st near Orleans 
Evans Miss Elizabeth, boarding house, Montgomery st e of Light 
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Evans Joseph, cordwainer, Sugar alley e of Charles st 

Evans Barbara, cor Fleet st and Happy alley 

Evans Richard, Union Hotel, Cambridge st. Canton 

Evans Joshua, cordwainer, Saratoga st w of Chatsworlh 

Evans Isaac, cltrk, 7 George st 

Evans Thomas, carpenter, Barre st w of Hanover 

Evans James, barber. Forest fet s of Douglass 

Evans Miss M. academy, 22 Lexington st 

Evans Esther, umbrella maker, 4 w, Baltimore st 

Evans George, firm of Bell and Evans, coopers, 62 Pratt at dw 

Exeter st near Water 
Evans John %, Co. druggists, cor Pratt st and Dugan's wharf 
Evans Mitchell, mariner. Sugar alley w of Light st 
Evans Mrs Mary, cor Exeter and Salisbury sts 
tEvans John, drayman, Jefferson st betw Canal and Aitiquith 
JEvans James, sawyer. Long lane n of Orleans st 
tEvans James, labourer, Welcome alley w of Hanover st 
Evatt C. lock and gun smith, &-c. 56 Light st. dw 74 Camden 
Evatt Edward, lock and gun smith. Light st s of Lombard 
Everhart Conrad, tailor. Hill st near William 
Everhart George, coach maker, Potter st s of Hillen 
Everhart Jacob, confectioner, Saratoga st w of Eutaw 
Everhart Martin, porier, 87 s Howard st 
Evert Margaret, Wilk st e of Harford Run 
Everett James, Plaisterer, Bond st n of Gough 
Everett Rev. L. S. High st n of Gay 
Everett John, Starr alley near Gough st 
Everett Mrs Ann, 6 Ensor st near Monument 
Everett Thomas, grocer, cor e Falls avenue and Pratt st 
Everett Godfrey, Pleasant st near Falls 
Everish Job, labourer, Gough st near Wolf 
Everist James, Happy alley 8 of Gough si 
Everist Thomas, labourer, cor Market and e Baltimore sta 
Everist Joseph, oak cooper, Harford avenue 
Ewaldt Mrs. Montgomery st w of Charles 
Ewaldt S. D. grocer, Penn. avenue s of Union st 
Evvalt Philip, blacksmith, Baltimore st extended 
tEwen Maria, washer, Short st n of Orlc-ans 
Ewin John, Mathematical instrument maker, dw Granby w of 
Ewin John, ladies' shoe maker, 77 Pitt st [Gough 

Ewin William, mathematical instrument maker, 53 South st 
Exchange Baltimore, s Gay st betw Second and Water . 
Eytinge Simon, pawn broker, Pratt st near Sharp 

S^ abiand Peter, gunsmith, 6 Lancaster st 
Fabler Conrad, Apple alley near Lancaster st 
Faca George, labourer, Orleans st e of Caroline 
Fahie Martin, labourer. Canal- st s ofGough 
Faherty John, labourer, Fall's avenue w of Pratt st 
Faherty mrs Mary, Philpot e of Thames st 
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Fahnestock' Peter, coal wt. 60 Hanover st 
Fairbanks James, ship carpenter, Bond s of Pinkney s 
Fairbank, Wnn. conductor of rail-road, Pratt st e of Cove 
Fairall Stephen, carpenter, Franklin \v of Ghatsvvorth st 
Fairchild Win. mariner, Pratt at s of Saratoga 
Fairfield W. L. tocacconist, corner Holland stand Long lane 
Failbairn John H. clerk 23 Barnett st 
Faithful William, printer, Chatsworth w of Biddle st 
Faithful Joseph, tailor, 754 n Howard st 
Falconer miss 89 s Sharp st 

Falscroft Henry, barber, Liberty n of Baltimore street 
Falls Alexander and Co. wholesale grocers, 3 & 4 Light st whf 
Falls Alexander dvv 118 Hanover st 
Fanning D. O. Pratt 1 door e of Spring s side 
Fant and Sulton, wholesale dry goods mts. 223 w Bait st 
Fant E L. dw Conway e of Hanover st 
FaraceLeonard, blacksmith., Charles n of Henrietta st 
Fardwell Isaac, waterman, York bet Light and Charles sts 
Fardwell Delia, Widow, JNIontgomery w of Light st 
Faring A. harness maker, corner Aisquith and McElderry st 
Faris John, carter, 94 n High st 
Farland Margaret, 95 Alice Anna st 
Farlow Elizabeth, 87 Alice Anna st 
Farmer John, labourer, Holliday n of Bath st 
Farmer, R. H. lot. & ex. office, sw cor Bait & Gay dw 21 n Gay 
Farmer Wm. victualler, Hoffman st s side 
Farmer Philip, china and tm mt. Eutaw s of Lexington st 
Farmers' and merchants' bank, cor Calvert st and Bank lane 
Farmers' and planters' bank, Bait st 2 doors from Calvert 
Farnandis Walter, dry goods mt. 141 Bait st dw 44 Hanover st 
Farnandis Saml. notary public, 44 Water st dw n e cor Sharp 
Farrell Eleanor, 68 Bond st [& Camden st 

Farrell Elizabeth, grocer, Barre e of Howard st 
Farrell John, grocer, cor Buren st and Liberty al 
Farrell VVm. grocer, cor New stand Long al 
Farrell James, labourer, Armistead lane e of Light st 
Farrin Hugh, boarding house, 47 Bond K 
Farrington Samuel, carpet manufactory, Mulberry w of Paca 
Farnsworth H. S. saddler, Calvert s of Bath st 
Farringer, Jacob, market man, MuUikin st w of Strawberry al 
Farrow Joseph, dry goods mt. 59 w Bait st 
Farrow Lambson, dry goods mt. 81 Baltimore st 
Farrow Ann, Caroline n of Fleet st 

Farsler, Christian, corner Hawk st and Centre Market space 
Fash mrs Amelia, Water near Frederick st 
Fastie George, shipping office, 24 Thames st 
tFaughty, George, cordwainer, Chatsworth w of Biddle st 
Faulkner Wm. H. tailor. Potter between Low and Gay sts 
Faulac Anthony, accountant, Pitt w of Aisquith st 
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Pay Fordyce, currier, 6 Water st dw 34 South st 

Feas: Samuel, pxocic nursery, corner Saratoga and Charles st 

Fearson Capt Jes^e, 32 Albemarle st [and Franklin extd. 

Feast John, fljr.st and s^eds man Lexington w of Pine 

Feaster John, carpenter, Chamberlain al s side 

Featler Andrew, tailor, McLilderry's wharf 

FefftI Joseph, innkeeper, Baltimore street extended 

Feig Andrew, tailor, ^37 n High st 

Feinour Charles, senr. dw Lexington e of Pine st 

Feinour Charles jr. lottery office, s sv cor Paca and Lexington 

dw Mulberry e of Pine st 
Feigner, Frederick mt. tailor, cor Hanover and Lombard dw 97 
Fell Philip, mariner, Ann n of Alice An la si [s Howard st 
Fell Stephen, rope maker, Harford avenue 
Fells Point Saving's Institution, 15 Thames st 
Fenby Peter, grocer, 30 Market st 
Fenby mrs Rebec a fancy dry goods, 49 Bait st 
Fenby Theodosia, dry goods store, 62 n Gay st 
Fenby Samuel, grain and com mt, n w cor Gay and Pratt dw 

49 Baltimore street 
Fenby Richard D. manu. and dealer in sadlery &c 3 South st 
Fentz A. L. shoe maker, Richmond near Park st 
Fenting John, bricklayer, York w of Light st 
Ferguson Thomas, manu. castor oil, Bovvley's wharf 2 doors 
Ferguson Charles, clerk, Saratoga st \v of Gay 
Ferguson Duncan, engineer, Hughes st near Light 

from Pratt dw. Calvert near Saratoga fct 
Ferguson David B. Eutaw st n of Saratoga 
Ferguson Henry, tailor. Canal near Orleans 
P'erguson Samuel, weaver, Franklin st extended 
Ferguson Samuel, weaver, Sarah Ann e of Cove 
Ferguson Benjamin, labourer. Comb al w of Hill st 
Ferguson Benjamin, brushmaker, cor Howard and Fayette dwr. 

Mulberry w of Green 
Ferguson & Roberts, brush manu. & variety store,23 n^Howard 
Ferguson George, superintendent of streets, 180 Hanover st 
Ferguson Alexr. painter and glazier, Sterling near Monument 
Ferguson mrs Margaret, tailoress, Montgomery near Charles st 

Ferguson mrs G , dry goods dealer 33 Baltimore street 

Ferguson James, agent of Md. Sc Virg. steam-boat co. Spear's 

wharf dwelling 75 s Sharp street 
Ferguson James, com mt. 68 Bowley's wharf dw Calvert street 
Fernanch's John, Barber, 5 Bond st [opp* City spring 

Ferrell Joshua, ship mastar. Fleet near Ann st 
Ferrell James, millwright, Ensor near Gallows hill 
Ferrell mrs Mary, Addison near High st 
Ferrara John, labourer, Forrest s of Douglass st 
Ferry John, labourer, Park lane e of Pine st 
Fetter Jacob, blacksmith. Charles 6l Bof York 
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Fickey & Poulson, wholesale variety store, 245 1-2 Market st 

Fickey Frederick, merchant, dw 96 Liberty st 

Fickey Harmaii, comb maker, Harford av 

Fields Mitchell, sail maker, Pinkney e of Bond st 

Fields James, grocer, e Bait w of Caroline st 

Fields James, labourer, cor Holliday and Centre sts 

Fields William, labourer, 20 Bank lane 

Fields William, carpenter, Eutaw n of Lexington st 

Fifer George, ice dealer, Lerew's al near Richmond st 

Fifer Francis, blacksmith, Lerew's al s of Franklin st 

Fifer Godfrey, labourer. Liberty al near Madison st 

Filbert Hannah, Mercer, w of Grant st 

Figaniore Rev. D. corner, Mulberry, and Park sts 

Fillinger Paul, grocer, Patterson near Pratt st 

Fillinger, John, grocer, Paca s of Pra t 

Finch Mary, sempstress, Mullikin e of Caroline st 

Finigan John, weaver, Pierce vv of Cove st 

Finiay John, chair maker. Gay st opposite Orange al 

Finlay John, prop, of bath house, cor Davis st and Saratoga 

dw Gay st near Orange al 
Finley E. L. attorney at law, Frankhn e of Lerew's al 
Finley Thomas, grocer, Park near Marion 
Finley James, grocer. Light near Pratt 
Finley Thomas, com mt. 8 Spear's whf dw Hillen e of High 
Finley Wm. corner Ross and Eutaw st 
Finley J. M. clerk Cohen's bank, dw Barre e of Sharp 
Finn Elizabeth, North near Bath 
Finn Robert F. tavern, corner Bath and North sts 
Fire Gampanies, see View of Baltimore 
Fireman's Insurance Ca. office n e corner South & Second sts 

J, Reese president 
Firoved David, grocer, n w corner Franklin & Chatsworth sts 
Firth Jonas, coach maker, Mulberry w of Pearl st 
Fis Herrman, n w corner, Albemarle and Wilk st 
Fischer George F. boot and shoe manu. Hillen near Forrest st 
Fischer George, hotel, 64 Albemarle st 
Fischer Charles &;co. dry goods, 274 Baltimore st 
Fisciier Martin blacksmith cor Pitt and Exeter st 
Fischer, Charles, mt dw. 65 Fayette st 
Fish Rosvell, sea captain, 10 e Fleet st 
Fish Captain Allen, Eden n of Gough st 
FiBh Robert, tailor, 7 Mercer st 

Fishach John & George, lottery & exchange office 59 South st 
Fishack John, of above firm, dw Carpenter's al 
Fisher T. dyer, Gay st opp. shot tower dw Frederick near Gay 
Fisher Henry, baker Fell st near Thames 
Fiiher John, shoemaker, Bond s of Alice Anna st 
Fisher John, painter, 9 Philpot st 
Fisher Conrad, shoemaker, Bishop's lane 8 of Stiles st 
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Director for 1837. FLA 

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Fisher Warner & Co. wholesale dry goods mt. 231 w Bait st 

Fisher James, plasterer, Charles n of Henrietta st 

Fisher Wm. A. plaisterer, Charles s of York st 

Fisher John, inspector of green hides, 16 Fayette st 

Fisher mrs A. tailoress, Buren Rear Monument st 

Fisher Daniel, tailor, 161 n Gay st 

Fisher Wm. blacksmith, York e of Light st 

Fisher John M. carter, Cross near Williams st 

Fisher Abraham, overseer of peni. dw Franklin e of Cove st 

Fisher Michael, carter, Franklin w of Pine st 

Fisher Matthias, carter. Pine s of Vine st 

Fisher John, carpenter, Davidson st. dw German w of Pearl 

Fisher John A. shoemaker, cor Aisquith and Douglass st 

Fisher Sarah, widow, 18 s Calvert st 

Fisher Edward, porter, L. Sharp s of Barnettst 

Fisher Wm. R. druggist and chemist, 192 Bait st 

Fisher Levin, labourer, Aisquith bet Orleans st and Jefferson 

Fisher Jas. I. merchant, Buchanan's wharf, dw corner St. Paul's 

and Pleasant streets 
Fishpan Elizabeth, widow,Hill between Light and Charles sts 
Fitchett Wm. ship carpenter, Fleet w of Market st 
Fite Conrod R. Sharp st s of German st 
Fite Mary, tavern, 8 German st 
Fitzgerald Samuel, tanner, Park st w of Schroeder ^t 
Fitzgerald Catherine, cor Eutaw st and Chamberlain al 
Fitzgerald Edmund, tailor, East n of Pitt st 
Fitzgerald mrs Margaret, Stillhouse st 
Fitzgerald Capt Henry, 152 Honover st 
Fitzgerald J. B. druggist, dw Franklin e of Charles st 
Fitzgerald John, rope maker, Light st extended 
Fitzgerald Edward, German st w of Hanover st 
Fitzgerald James, rope maker, Williams near Cross st 
Fitzgibbon Thomas, book seller, Charles st court n of Camden 
Fitzgibbon P. G. grocer and com mt. 8 Dugan's whf dw High 

1 door n of Pratt 
Fitzhugh George D. clerk cor Aisquith and Holland sts 
Fitzhugh Thos V. Hawk w of Concord st 
tFitzhugh Tamar, Spring st w of Gough 
Fitzpatrick Patrick, labourer, near High st 
Fitzpatrick John M. livery stable, Water e of Frederick st 
Fitzpatrick Thomas, fireman. Water near Frederick st 
Fitzpatrick John, lime mt. Hollingsworth st near Pratt, dw 

York e of Charles st 
Fitzsimmons John, carpenter, cor East & Hillen, dw Aisquith 

near Maddison st 
Fitzsimmons Edward, weaver. Cove st s of Sarah Ann 
Fitzsimmons John N. carpenter, Aisquith s of Madison st 
Fitzwelch Andrew, carpenter, Wilk opposite High st 
Flack Jamea St Son, cordial distillery, Guilford st w of South 
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FOO MatcheWs Baltimore 

Flack James, of above firm, dw Fayelte bei Howard & Euiaw 

Flack T. J. of above firm, Spring bet Pratt and Water sis 

Flaherty Michael, Canton house, Fleet i^t Canton 

Flaherty Kryan, labourer, VVilk st near Ildfford run 

Flaherty Thomas, labourer, Bisliop's al 

Flaherty Morgan, labourer, Strawberry al s of Alice Anna St 

Flaherty Anthony, labourer, VViik st w of Bond 

tFlaraer William, labourer, Barre st e of Howard 

tFlamer Sherry, shoemaker, Williams st extended 

Flannigan Andrew, ship carpenter, s High n of Pratt st 

Flannagan Hose, widow, ,8 Potter st 

Fleetwood Thomas, labourer, Strawberry al n of Gough st 

Fleetwood S. att at law, office St. Paul's st t»ear Court house lane 

Fleetwood Benj. mariner, Mulberry e of Park st 

tFleetwood Wm barber, Mulberry e of Pino st 

Fleniming Patrick, grocer, Charles st s of Camden 

Flemming William, 48 Ann st 

Flemming Frederick, draj man Gough n of Stiles st 

Flemming James, hoot and shoe manu. 18 n Gay st 

fFlemmer John, labourer, Lerew's al s of Fraid<lin st 

Fletcher Samuel, blacksmith, s w cor Wilk &, Washington sts 

Fletcher Jane, Harford avenue 

Flint Thomas and Wn). wholesale dry goods mst. 165* Bait st 

Flint Wm. dw 1-29 Eutaw st 

Flishel Anthony, sawyer, Biddle al s of Biddio st 

Fjishley Jacob, stone cutter Gough e of Eden st 

Fli;hley Joseph, stone cutter, Gough e of Eden st 

Flowers Joseph, clock and watch maker, '25h Thames st 

Floyd Elizabeth, Lerew's al near Franklin st 

Floyd Joseph, foundry man, Armi?tead lane near Light st 

Floyd J. D.com mt. Water st e of South, dw Franklin e of Pine 

Foble Henry, bricklayer, Cove st s of Lexington st 

Fogleman George, city watchman. Busy al w of Charles st 

Fogleson Wm. tailor, Welcome al near Charles st 

Folden John, labourer, Harford av near Monument st 

Foley mrs Ann, Apple al s of Pratt st 

Foley S , Fawn st w of Exeter 

Foley Matthew, grocer, St. Paul's n of Hamilton st 
tFolks Henry, cordwainer. Eager al s of Mulberry st 
Folsanks Wm. cabinet maker, cor Mercer and Grant 8t8 
Fonder, Richard, painter, Orleans e of Caroline st 
Fonerdin Dr. J. cor Park and Fayette sts 
Fooke Frederick, Fayette e of Sharpe st 
Fogs Hannah, widow, Orleans w of Canal st 
Foos Wm. carpenter, Mullikin e of Caroline st 
Foos James, carpenter. Low s of Aisquiih st 
Foos Dorothy, Harford av near Madison st 
Foos John, bricklayer, Poller 2 doors s of Hillenst 
Foote Lewis H. bricklayer. Bank w of Spring st 
13Q 



Director for 1837. FOR 

tFoole Basil, sawyer, Hull's lane e of Friendship st 

Fora Louis, furniture store, 33 Franklin st 

Forbes Alexander, weaver, Preston st s of Ross 

Forbes Charles 1'. grocer, 20 Harrison st 

Forbes Harriet, Ann st s of Lancaster 

Force Dexter C. coacnrnaker, Centre near Si. PauPs st 

Forchen Henry, Saratopia e of Liberty st 

Ford VVm. cordwainer, Saratoga w of Chatsworth st 

Ford Elias, sh.oe factory, 44 Eutaw st 

Ford John B cooper, Penn av n of Preston st 

Ford Nicholas, carpenter, Eutaw s of Monument st 

Ford James, ship carpenter, Orleans e of Aisquith st 

Ford John, s e cor Exeter and Granbysts 

Ford James, Concord sof Water st 

Ford Louis, sea captain, VVilk st e of High 

Ford VVnj. rjgg.^r, Apple al n of Alice Anna st 

Ford Thomas, mariner, Alice Anna near Bond st 

Ford Joseph T. cartvvrighi, e Falls av dw Pratt vv of Albemarle 

Ford mrs Sarah Ann, High n of Stiles 

Ford George W. dw Bane st e of Sharp 

tFord Richard, labourer. Mulberry w of Pearl st 

tFord Nathan, labourer, Long al s of Ross st 

fFord Hannah, washer, 10 Bank lane 

tFord Mary, Plill near Charles st 

tFord Benjamin, waiter, Lombard e of Charles st 

tFord John, labourer. Spring st s of Wilk st 

Foreman Leonard, Mechanic's row Wilk st 

Foreman Edward, grocer, s e corner Pratt and Coroline sta 

Foreman mrs Eliza, 94 Dugan's wharf 

Foreman Kennard, mariner, 2 Gould's court Federal hill 

Foreman Cuptain VVm. mariner. Park lane w of Cove 

Foreman CiriL-tian, Lexington e of Cove st 

Foreman Vnlenti le, seaman, Chamberlain al s side 

Foreman Saiauol, blacksmith, cor Paca and German dw Paca 

near Lexin^^ton street 
Foreman Mary widow, Comet near Aisquith st 
Foreman Val nttine, innkeeper, Paca s of Lexington st 
Foreman Jaines E. cordwainer, Mulliken st w of Strawberry a 
Foreman Francis, mt. Eutaw st s of Cider al 
Foreman H. C dentist, Muilikin e of Caroline st 
Foreman Joshua, cordwainer, Muilikin e of Caroline st 
tForeman Emory, Spring st s of Baltimore 
tForeman Minta, washer, Douglass w of Aisquith st 
Forest John, blacksmith, si e of Argyle al 
Forest George, Bank e of Market st 
Forest VVm. carter, Cove st s of Sarah Ann 
Forest Mary, shopkeeper, Guilford ai w of Light st 
Forman Jo-eph R. collector, Pitt 2 doors w of Eden 
tForman Milkey, Bath near Davis st 
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FOW Matchelt^s Ballimore 

Forney P. German si no 23 vy of Howard st 

Forney I. C. coach trimmer, 12 i'erry st 

Forney Louisa, 29 Green st 

Fornshill J(;Ihi, gan nnd lock smith, Ensor near East st 

Fornove John, grocer, 47 C:\njden st 

Forstcr J()se[)li, tailor, C Albemarle st 

Forsler Edward, ship carj enter, Lancaster e cf Wolf 

Forsler James, sliip carpenter, (J'S Alice Anna 

Forsler Francis, justice ot the peace,ofIice corner Frederick and 

Second dwelling 12 Eulaw street 
Forsler Tliomas, grocer, s e corner Alice Anna and Ann sta 
Forsythe flobert, o3 Marsh Market space 
Forsythe I^emtjel, miller, Harlbrd av near Madison st 
Forsythe Rachel, Penti av opposite George st 
Forsylhs Alexander Jr. dealer in live stock, Penn av extended 
Forsythe Wm- trader, Madison w of Howard st 
Forsythe Andrew, carpenter, Forest e of Aisquith st 
Forsythe Isaac, currier, 7 Mercer st 

Forsythe A. blacksmith, Franklin St. dvv Pine n of Chatsworth 
Fort Belmda, milliner. Long al opposite Market st 
tForiie Henry, drayman. East n of Douglass st 
tFortie Jacob, labourer, Park st s of Saratoga 
tFortie John, teacher, East n of Douglass st- school house cor 

East and Douglass streets 
Fortncr Eliza. Charles vv of Sariitoga st 
Forton Ceorge, segar maker, 39 Bond st 

Fortune Jas. grate manu. 1 1 Li^ht st dw St. Paul's near Centre 
Fosbonnei- Daniel, blacksmith, Lee st \v of Hanover 

Foster Jacob, car[)enier. Strawberry al n of VVilk st 

Fosler John, morocco dresser, 101 s Eulaw st 

Foss Catherine, corner Park and Saratoga sts 

Foss inrs. semps'.ress, Franklin oof Chatsworth st 

Fossett John, cord wainer, Sterling near Molt st 

Fosselt Michael, cordwainer, Carial near Monument st 

Fossert John, globe hotel, Fish Market space n side 

Foster Plahlon, cord wainer, Harford av 

Foster Francis, justice of peace, Frederick si 2 doors n of Se- 
cond dw (24 n Eulaw st 

Foster R. miinufacturer of mustard, Green st n of Lexington 

Foster Benedict, Union st s of Ross 

Foster C. & S. dry goods dealers, 38 Hanover at 

Foster mrs Catherine, ^5 Conway st 

Fosler Sarah, widow, 31 n Exeter st 

tFoster Benjamin, labourer, Burgundy al near Green 8t 

Foulk mrs. Cove st n of Frankli.i 

Foulk Eliza, frrocer, Vine st w of Cove 

Fountain John, Mulberry st e of Paca 

Fowl Frederick, trader, L^nion st s of Ross 

Fowble Abraham, carpenter, Vnie st e of Pine 
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Director for \S37 FRA 

Fowble Kense}*, tailor, Temple st betw Baltimore and Pill 

Fowler Miirlin, grocer, PiUst e of Harford run 

Fowler Thofnas, grocer, ccr e Baltimore and Front sta 

Fowler Ddvid, <;rtjcer, cor Llovd and Baltimore sts 

Fowler Samuel, cordwairier, Swan st near Centre Market 

Fowler Wm. tavern, 3 Bond st 

Fowler Samuel, car[)eiiter, Exeter st 1 door from Stiles 

Fowler John, Canal st n of Wilk 

Fowler Geor<j;e, 44 e Baltimore st 

Fowler J. P. & S. B. carpenters, Albemarle st n of Water 

Fowler J. P. of aUove firm, dw cor High and Water 

Fowler S. L. & Brothers, exchange broker?, 170 Baltimore st 

Fowler Charles S. of above firm, dw Lexington st w of North 

Fowler F. M. general accountant, cor Fayette and St Paul sts 

Fowler Isaac, pi lisler, i Gay st near Monument 

Fowler miss Sub u), sempstress, Exeter st s of Hillen 

Fowler Francis, vvire worker, 3 Liberty st 

tFowler James II. rear of 100 Dngan's wharf 

JFowler Leonard, bricklayer, Johnson st s of Cross 

Fox Rebecca, grocer, cor Pitt and High sts 

Fox Hampden, shop keeper, Potter st s of Douglass 

F'ox Abraham, clerk, 15 Comet st 

Fox Joseph, eii^';ine maker, Armistead lane e of Lig-ht st 

Fox Charles, u o cor Lancaster st and Hapj)y al 

Fox Henry, marii^er, 4'^ Alice Anna st 

Fox John, grocer, cor Hillen and Front sts 

Foxall Catherine, widow, York st betweeji Light and Charles 

Foxcroft S. mariner, al n of Conway betw Howard and Eutaw 

Foxcroft 8c Ch.rk, waichnakers, 37 s Calvert st 

Foxcroft Jame^, ofal ove lirm, dw 83 n Exeter st 

Foxweil Joseph, labourer, '32 e Fieet st 

Foxwell mrs Marf;aret. laii<jress, rear of 93 Dugan's wharf 

Foy Peler, commissioner of health, 35 e Fieet st 

Foy Frederick, grocei , Baltimore st extended 

Foy Jame.^', hardware mt. 68^ s Calvert st dw Hanover between 

Hill and Ivlontgomery 
Foy J. hdw. mt. Camde.i^t w of Light dw Hanover s of Hughes 
Frailey Leonard, insp ctor liquors, d .v Fayette st e of Eutaw 
Frampton Hetiry, wa(';trnan. Harford run n of Wdk st 
France .las. lottery oilice, 224 w Baltimore st dw Fayette w of 
France TIjomas, painter, Lee st e of Sharp [Charles 

France Charbs, baker, Holland st e of Aisqnith 
Franchi Andrew, artificial flower n)anufaclurer, 36 Baltimore 

st dw Pitt (t[)p3site Aisquilh 
Franchausser Geor{.;e, ba'ier, Camden st betw Lights Charles 
Franchour Madaline, clothing store, Harrison st near Gay 
Francis John, Bond st 2 doors s of Wilk 
Francis Fleetwo(;d, baker, cor Bond and Bank sts 
Francis Andrew, Hillea st near Potter 
133 



FRE Matched s Baltimore 

Francis Robert, clerk, Potter si 2 doors s of Hillen 

Francis Thomas, baker, n e cor Saratoga and Rock sts 

Francis John, drayman. Long al s of Ross st 

Francis John, sa\v3er, Wagon al \v of Liberty st 

tFrancis Mary, segar maker, Potter st e of Low 

JFrancis Perry, labourer, Orleans st e of Short alley 

^Francis John, Shakspeare st 1 door e of Bond 

Franciscus John, sugar refiner, 76 ljowley*s wharf dw n Gay st 

near Orange alley 
Franck Godleip, grocer, 39 Union st 
Franck Osier, grocer, 97 IJond st 
Franck Peter, grocer. Forest st near IJillen 
Frank John, baker, cor Williams and Cross sts 
Frank Henry, locksmith, Perry st w of Sharp 
Franklin capl Samuel, 59 Ann st 
Franklin James, weaver, Rock st n of Lexington 
Franklin Wm. plane maker, Mulberry st e of Pine 
Franklin John, carpenter, 84 Conway st 
Franklin Peter, labourer, Montgomery st w of Charlea 
Franklin Joshua, Wagon al wol'Liberty si 
Franklin Bank, sue iniroducnon 
Frazer Wm. 11. grocer, l-'rait st e of Sharp 
Frazier John, painter, Lombard st e of Charles 
Frazier Jeremiah, ship joitier, 17 e Fleet st 
Frazier cap)t James, 41 e Fleet st 
Frazier Alexander, 2 Strawberry al s of Bank st 
Frazier Walter, Canal st between Bank and Gough 
Frazier J. jr. currier, 41 s Calvert st dw Eden s o»' Gough 
Frazier nirs Elizabeth, grocer, cor Pinkney st and Apple alley 
Frazier Jolin, rope maker, Apple al s die Baltimore st 
Frazier Elizabclli, Green st n of German 
Frazier John, carpiu weaver, Penn av sof Biddle st 
Frazier Rebecca, ac:\demy, German st w of Sharp 
Frazier Jarnes, carpi titer. Young st n of Orleans 
Frazier Jos. carpeut. r, Orleans si w of Canal 
Frazier Joseph, turner, 99 Orleans st 
iFrazier Tench, labourer, S})ring st sof Pratt 
f Frazier John, niatlress maker, Biddle al s of Ross st 
Frederick John, tavern, 31 Harrison st 
Frederick Robert, chairmaker, cor Potter and Gay sts 
Frederick Edw. hrickiayer, 9 Sierling st 
Frederick John, laboiiror, New st e of Cove 
Frederick Wm. slioenr.iker, Hampstead ste of Strawberry al. 
Frederick Michael, engineer, 1 Barre st 
Frederick Curtis A. Salisbury st e of Lloyd 
Free Milton, cooper, rear of Green st 
Free Jefferson, cooper, Henrietta st e of Charles 
Freeberger George, Centre hotel, cor Mercer and Grant sta 
Freeberger G. H. police officer, Park lane w of Pearl st 
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Director for 1837. FRI 

Freeberger & Waddell, tin plate workers, 3 Pill st 

Freeberger J. of above firm, 9 Cornel st 

Freeburger John, liquor store, cor Light and Hill sts 

Freeland David, inspector of tobacco, Siiarp vSt n ofBarre 

Freeman mrs Mary Ann, boarding house, n Gaj' near Fayette 

Freeman Josiah D. labourer, Buren near iMonument st 

Freeman Nathaniel, labourer, 11 Bank lane 

Freeman Wni. labourer, 12 Bank lane 

tFreeman Henry, shoemaker, corner Douglass 8c Forest sta 

tFreeman Mary,' Perry st e of Eutaw 

;Freeman Peter, labourer, Wolf al n of Conway st 

JFreeman Zip, labourer, Cross near Johnson 

tFreeman Samuel, labourer, Meclianics' court near High st 

French Matthew, clerk, Potter not" Gay st 

French J. C. umbrella, parasol and cane manuf, S3 South st 

French E. primer, Cove e of Lexington st 

French Wm butcher, Caroline n of Orleans st 

French Nicholas, copper worker, 10 East st 

French Benjamin, painter, Potter st n of Douglass 

iFrench Prisciila, Strawberry alley n of Pratt st 

Frenk Jno. 14 Lancaster st 

Fresh Levi, hackman, Hampstead c of Eden st 

Fresh Jacob, Caroline st n of Pratt 

Fretorfer Doctor Godfrey, William st n of Cross 

Frey John B. plaister mill, cor French and Forest sts d\v and 

store York av near French st 
Frey Edward and Samuel, druggists, 251 w Baltimore st 
Frey rnrs- widow, George st e of Pitie 
Frey Samuel, cabinet maker, Pearl st n of Lexington 
Frey Michael, labourer, Biddle al s of Ross st 
Frey Benjamin, teacher, Bolton row Biddle st 
Freyer mrs FJizabeth, dry goods store, Forest si n of Hillen 
Friedenward J. 2d hand clothing store, Bond s of Shakspeare 
Friedman Moses, pedlar, Caroline si s of VVilk 
Friedrich Lawrence, cedar cooper, 83 n Howard st 
Friends' meeting houses, see view of Bait more at the beginning 
Friendship Fire ro. see page 38 view of Baltimore 
Frier Andrew, cordwainer, New st vv of Eutaw 
Fries John S. & Brother, surgical instrument man'r. 11 Liberty 
Fries John S. of above firm,dw Mercer w of Grant 
Friese Philip R J. glass house proprietor Federal hill, dw Han- 
over st s of Pratt 
Frill Eliza, tailoress, Chamberlain e of Eager al 
Frisbie Wm. mariner, 74 Market st f p 
Frisby mrs Mary, Pratt st 1 door e of Spring 
Frisby Nathaniel, sawyer, s Eutaw st extended 
tFrisby Perry, labourer, Frederick st near JRlnA lane 
Frischee Henry, labourer. Cross st near Jofnison 
Frity Georsre, boarding house, Thames st w of Bond 
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GAI MatcheiVs Baltimore 

Fritz Frederick, baker, 38 Union st 

Fry G. crrocer, s e cor Albemarle and Water sts 

Fry James H. shoe maker, Comet st w of Aisquith 

Fryer E. S. gilder, 2 n Gay st 

Fryatt Mrs Susan, 32 e Baltimore 8t 

Fridge & Morris, 8 s Charles st 

Fridge Alexander, of above firm, dvv 32 Snarp st 

Fugleson , turner, Camden st near Charles 

Fulen Michsel, carter. Park lane e of Schroeder 

Fulford John, tailor, Shakspeare st w of Market f. p. 

FuUerton George, drayman, Preston st s of Ross 

Fullerton Peter, labourer, Saratoga st e of Cove 

Fuller Thomas, labourer, Centre st near Charles 

Fuller Horace, grocer. Wolf st s of Fleet 

Fuller Capt Josiah, mariner, Fleet st e of Washington 

Fuller Philip, wheelwright. Eager alley, s of Mulberry st 

Fuller Elizabeth, dry goods store, 8 e Baltimore st 

Fullerton & Kennard, dry goods store, 47 Baltimore st 

Fulman Valentine, corder, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 

Fulton Thomas H. wadding manufacturer, French st near Potter 

Fulton Mrs M. grocer, Sarah Ann st near Schroeder 

Fulton Dr. Robert, 41 s Sharp street 

Fulton John, merchant, 28 Hanover st 

Furguson John, grocer, cor Howard and Perry sts 

Furguson Benjamin, labourer, Elbow lane w of Green st 

Furguson Charles, clerk, Saratoga st w of Gay 

Furguson Duncan, engineer, Hughes st near Light 

Funk Jacob, carpenter, Lexingson st e of Cove 

Funk William, labourer, 19 Thames street 

Furlong John, cor Holliday st and Orange alley 

Furnace Levi, plaisterer, Hillen st near Exeter 

Furney Nicholas, harness maker. Orchard st s of Ross 

Furo Mrs Sarah, tailoress, Water st near Centre Market spaee 

Fuss John, baker, Carpenter alley w of Howard st 

Fusselbaugh William, paint, oil and glass store, Gay st s of High 

dw High st near French 
tFussemore Isaac, labourer. Long alley near Frederick st 
Fussell Jacob, stone dealer and blacksmith, Pratt st bridge, dw 

Front st s of Low 

Crable Henry, grocer, cor Orleans and Forest sts 
Gadd Luther, cordwainer, Hanover st of Hughes 
Gaddess & Benteen, marble cutters, cor Sharp and German its 
Gade Catherine, boarding house, 40 South st n 

Gade John, coach lace manufacturer. Gay st near Orange alley 
Gaines John, s e cor Fell and Thames sts 
f Gaines Nehemiah, labourer, Spring st n of Gough 
Gainers Henry, grocer, cor Eutaw and Conway sts 
Gaither George R. & Co. wholesale dry goods mts, 203 w Bal- 
Gaither George R. dw Fayette st e of Paca [limore st 

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Director for 1S37 GAR 

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Gaither Dennis, labourer, 5 Tyson st 

Galand John B. merchant tailor, Water st betw Frederick stand 

Centre Market space 
Galaver John, teacher, Frederick st near Baltimore 
Galbraith Mrs Rachel, Stiles st e of President 
Gale David, sawyer, Guilford alley e of Charles st 
Gale Mrs Henrietta R. St. Paul's st s of Pleasant 
tGale Egypt, labourer, Exeter et 2d door from Hume street 
JGale John, labourer, Strawberry alley s of Bank st 
Gallagher Patrick, cordwainer, Frederick st near Etna lane 
Gallagher Patrick C baker, cor Patterson and Cable sts 
Gallagher Richard, Ross st w of Eutaw 
Gallagher James, grocer, cor Franklin st and Lerew's alley 
Gallagher Michsel, soap manufacturer, 114 Lexington st 
Gallagher John, clerk. Peach alley n side 
Gallaway Jehu, tobacconist, 22 Franklin st. dw Eutaw n side 
Gallaway Vinton, blacksmith, cor Busy and Comb alleys 
Galloway Rachel, 33 Ann street 
Galloway Mrs Mary, Eden st s of Gough 
Galloway Aquilla, carter, 23 Mulberry street 
Galloway Thomas, blacksmith, York st w of William 
Galloway Susan, sempstress, Montgomery st w of Light 
Gallup John, Pratt st near Market f. p. 
Gallup Rufus, printer, Pratt st w of Harford run 
Gait Capt Henry, mariner, 13 Alice Anna st 
Gait Mrs. Elizabeth, 19 Bond street 
Gamble Robert, chair maker, Lee st w of Sharp 
Gamble Mrs Ann, fruit shop. Canal st near Orleans 
Gamble Thomas, sexton of 2d Presbyterian church, Forest st s 
Gambrel John, grocer, York av. near Monument st [of Douglass 
Gamberl John M. millwright, Bahimore st opposite Amity 
Gammell Thomas, grocer, Penn. avenue s of Hotfman st 
Gannen Washington, carter, Wayne alley w of Howard 
JGanness Frisby, labourer. Sterling st near Monument 
GanningMrs Sarah, French st near Potter 
Gannon Mrs Sarah, 69 e Baltimore st 
Gant Joseph, labourer, Chester alley 
Gantt John, grocer, Wilk st bridge e side 
Gantt Capt. Water st betw Frederick and Gay 
Garrcita Francis, musician, Saratoga st near Gay 
Gardiner Francis furniture store, and feather dresser, cor Lred- 

erick and Second sts 
Gardiner Joseph, tavern, Franklin st w of Paca 
Gardiner George, shipwright. Fleet st e of Washington 
Gardiner William & George, ship yard, e end of Lancaster 
Gardner William, tailor, e Pratt st bridge 

Gardner John M. house, sign and ornamental painter, n W cor 
Gard ner' William shipwright. Fleet st e of Washington 
Gardner John, French st near Exeter [Baltimore and North 8t« 
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GAS Matchett's Bait Irr ore 

Gardner Jos. second hand furniture store, French st near Potter 
Gardner James, labourer, cor Potter and Frencli sts 
Gardner Mrs Maria, dry ^oods store, 9 Market st i. p. 
Gardner John, carpenter, 7 Alice Anna st 
Gardner Francis, Philpot st 1 door irom Thames 
Gardner John, confectioner, Caroline st s of Pratt 
Gardner Mary, boarding house, Marion st betw Howard and 
Gardner John, weaver, e of* Franklin st above Cove [Eutaw 

Gardner William, carpenter, Aisquith st sof Holland 
Gardner Joshua, cordwainer, e Baltimore st 3 doors from Bond 
Gardner Ephraim, oak cooper, 76 Pratt st 
Gardner Georfre, wheelwright, Welcome alley e of Light st 
Gardner George, ship joiner, Granby st e of Goiiirh 
tGardner Benjamin, caulker, Sprin^r alley near Wilk st 
Garey John, Monument st vv of Sterling 
JGarey Ann, Salisbury st e of Lloyd 
Garish Mrs R. fruit shop, Montgomery st w of Light 
Garland & Elwell, commission merchants, 86 Bowley's wharf 
Garland Nathaniel, of above firm, St. Paul st near Mulberry 
Garland William, Fayette st near Holliday 
Garner Thomas, dw 31 1-2 Harrison|st 
Garner Willis, chemist, York st near Charles 
tGarner Anthony, Eastern Shore row, near Conway st 
Games Mrs Lydia, 16 Alice Anna st 
Garraud Edward, confectioner, 78 w Baltimore st 
Garrett John, cabinetmaker, 11 Alice Anna st 
Garett Mrs. Bank st e of Eden 
Garrett Robert, comb maker, Green st s of Conway 
Garrett Thomas, labourer, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
Garrett Robert and Co. grocers, 32 n Howard st. dw 47 Eutaw 
JGarrett John, carter, Elbow lane 
tGarrett Thomas, dyer, Sterling st near Madison 
JGarrett Thomas, labourer, Lunn's alley opposite Paca st 
tGarrett Alexander, seamen, Pleasant st w of Park 
tGarrett William, carter, Salisbury st w of Canal 
Garris John, hatter, Lancaster st e of Market 
Garretson Bennet, shoe manufacturer, 249 w Baltimore st 
:{:Garretson Viley, hackman, York avenue Rear Monument st 
Garrison Samuel, labourer, Union st n of Pennsylvania avenue 
JGarrison Raphoel, Salisbury st e of Lloyd 
Carsides Henry, wool spinner. Rock stn of Lexington 
Garvey John, grocer, n Front st near Hillen , 

Garvis Joseph, grocer and feed store, 5 Franklin st. dw 122 n 
Garvis Phineas, carpenter, Biddle alley s of Ross st [Howard 
Gary James, chair maker, Mulliken st w ot Strawberry alley 
Gas House, s w cor Saratoga and North sts 
Gassaway Noah, produce deal r, Penn. av. n of Franklin st 
[Gaaby Joshua, cordwainer, Ciarles st n of Hill 
Gaskins James, clerk, cor Pearl and Mulberry sta 
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Gaskins Samuel B. George st e of Pine 

Gaskins James, lime merchant, Columbia st e of Cove 

Gassavvay Noah, bacon merchant, 105 Park st 

Gaston James, weaver, Tyson alley e of Tyson st 

Gateh Conduce, millwright, Camden st e of Paca 

Gatch Richard, grocer, e Baltimore st w of Cafoline 

Gatchell Capt. John, 12 s Exeter st 

Gatchell Eli M. grocery and feed store, e Baltimore st extended 

Gatchell Mrs Dorcas, Gough st e of Caroline 

Gatchell William^ attorney at law, office Court house lane, dw 

Franklin st w of St. Paul's 
Gatewood James, coach maker, cor Hillen and Potter sts. dvv 
Gate wood Thos. coach maker, Eden st n of Baltimore [Eden st 
JGates James, Happy alley n of Gough st 
Gauline Joseph C. painter, e Baltimore st w of Caroline 
Gault Edward, type caster, Frederick st near Gay 
Gault wSarah, Union st s of Ross 
Gault Sarah, cor Canal and Salisbury sts 
Gault Cyrus, stone cuiter, ^ st e of Paca 
Gault John, stone cutter. Forest st e of Aisquith 
Gaunly John, tinner, Wayne stw of Sharp 
Gavin Thomas, drayman, cor Patterson and Cable sts 
Gay Capt. 18 Caroline st 
Gay Ursula, boarding house, 81 Alice Anna st 
Geary Micheel J. Mulberry st near Calvert 
Geddes James, tin and copper worker, 53 South st 
Geddes George, looking glass store, 16 s Calvert st. dw Bahimo 

st 3 doors e of Frederick st 
Geddings Dr. Lexington st and Crooked lane 
Geddings Mrs Mary, Harford avenue 
Gees George, carpenter, 119 EutaAv st 
Gees Richard, plaisierer, New st w of Eutaw 
Gettier Jacob, bill poster, Richmond st e of Park 
Gegan James, waterman, Block st 

Gegan Joseph, professor of music, cor St. Paul's and Mulberry sts 
Gehrmann Charles, tobacconist. Gay st near bridge 
Gehrmg John G. jeweller, Ensor st near East 
JCedghagan John, waterman, Block st near drawbridge 
Gekler Godfrey, comb maker, 44 n Exeter st 
Gelbach Christian, grocer, f orest st near Hillen 
Gelbach George, grocer, cor French and Buren sts 
Gelderkin William J. Gay st near Orange alley 
George William E. wholesale hardware merchant, 179 Baltimore 

St. dw Sharp st n of Pratt 
George and Yates, importers of dry goods, 175i' Baltimore 
George Jaraes B. boot and shoe manufactory, 46 Centre Market 
George William, labourer, Harford avenue [space 

George Archibald & Co. grocers and com. mts. cor Howard and 
George James, n Howard st n of Franklin [Mulberry sts 

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George Samuel K. merchant, dw Camden st w of Sharp 
George and 'Hays, grocers and com. mis. 120 n Howard st 
George Stephen, himber merchant. Green st n of Lexington, dw 
George James, n Howard st n of Franklin [32 Green st 

George John S. himber merchant, dw Conway st w of Lumi's alley 
Geraghty Capt Peter, 24 Block st ^ 
Gerhard' Josiah, Pennsylvania avenue 
Gerhardt William, tailor, e Pratt st opposite President 
German Sarah W. milliner, 13 Fleet st 
German Charles, tobacconist 2 n Gay st 
German Benjamin, butcher, Pitt st e of Eden 
German Job, chair maker, e Baltimore st e of Eden 
German Jonathan, tavern, Water st e of Centre Market space 
Gerweeg James, carpet weaver, Saratoga st e of Paca 
Gesford James, baker. Park st n of Saratoga 
Gesford \Villiam, beker, cor n Front and Hillcn sts 
Gess Henry, labourer, Baltimore st w of Schroeder 
Getty James, grocer, cor Park and Marion sts 
Getty James, drayman, Frederick st near Water 
Getty James, dry goods merchant, 55 n Howard st 
Gibbes Robert M. dw s Gay st near Baltimore 
Gibbons Mrs Eliza, tailoress, Addison st near High 
Gibbons Thomas, labourer, Frederick st s of Waaler 
Gibbons John, porter, German st s of Pine 
Gibney Johi F. 13 Soulli st 
Gibbs 'Elizabeth, grocer, Eutaw st s of Lexington 
Gibbs G. merchant, Barnet st w of Charles 
Gibbs Nancy, midwife, Columbia sf e of Howard 
Gibson Henry W. painter, George st e of Pine 
Gibson James, grocer, cor Tyson alltyand Howard st 
Gibson Mrs Mary, academy, cor Charl«»6 and Barnet sts 
Gibson Richard, sawyer. Potter st s of Douglass 
Gibson Mrs Jane, 28"Forest street 
Gibson Joshua, bricklayer, Aisquith st n of Monument 
Gibson Capt James, marriner, Fell-st s of Monument 
Gibson Samuel, pilot, cor Lancaster and Wolf sts 
Gibson Sarah, 10 Alice Annast 
Gibson George, Gough st e of Eden 

Gibson Patrick, clerk of Union Bank, dw Sharp st s of Conway 
Gibson John & Co. wholesale dry goods merchants, 8 n Charles 
Gibson Robert, labourer, s HowMfd st near Conway 
Gibson Edmund, Lexington st w of Pine 
Gibson John, merchant, dw Fayette st e of Charles 
Gibson Dr. George S. Charles st s of Barnet 
Gibson Mrs. dress maker, Saratoga st e of Courtland 
Gibson Mrs Mary, boarding house, Potter st s of Hillen 
Gibson Alexander, cordwainer, Frederick st near Water 
tGibson James, labourer, Columbia st e of Howard 
tGibson Hannah, boarding house, Long al n of New st 
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Gibson Henrietta, cook, Long alley n of New st 
tGibson Allen, labourer. Sugar alley near Light st 
tGibson Pompey, scowman, Guillord alley near Light st 
JGibson Robert^ labourer, Hamilton st e of Charles 
tGibson Fhilip, labourer, Charles st s of West 
tGib.3on Charles, waterman, alley betw Spring and Caroline sts 
■jGibson William, labourer, Spring st n of Gough 
|Gibson Benjamin, drayman, President st s of Pratt 
tGibson Fancy, washer, Painter's court near Pitt and Exeter sts 
JGibson Philips, boatman, Potter st n of Douglass 
tGibson Perry, labourer, 14 Forest st 
Giddier Mrs Mary, 16 Albemarle st 
Giddine John, rope walk. Light st extended 
Giddens Rachel, washer, Howard st 3 of Pratt 
Gidlay Richard M. carpenter, 17 Thompson st 
tGidley Perry, blacksmith, Sugar alley w of Charles st 
Giessey Lewis H. W. clerk, dw w of Cove n of PVankhn 
GifRn "Elizabeth, tailoress, MulSerry st near Calvert 
Gifford Mrs Mary, Pitt st e of Eden 
Gilbert Mrs Mar^, cor Ross and Eutaw sts 
Gilbert Aquilla, carpenter and grocer, 290 n Howaad st 
tGilberl William, waiter, Vine st e of Pine 
tGilbert Joshua, white washer, cor Exeter and Humes sts 
tGilbert Asbury, Block st near Thames 
Gilberthorpe Mrs Catherine, Shakspeare st 1 door e of Bond 
Gllcot Jeremiah, sawyer, Henry st w of Charles 
Gildea Mrs Ann, sempstress, Pratt st bridge 
Gildea Miss Mary, boarding house, 84 Harrison street 
Gildea Mrs Margaret, boarding house, Frederick st near Gay 
Gildea Francis, bricklayer, Paca st n of Franklin 
Gildea John, sieve and bellows store, 53 s Calvert st 
Giles William F. attorney at law, Law Buildings, cor St. Paul's 

and Lexington sts. dw e Baltimore stw of Ann 
Giles Aquilla, teller in Franklin Bank, e Baltimore st vv of Ann 
Giles J. W. 44 Pitt st 

Giles Johr> R. & John H. Barnes, carpenters, 3 Cheapside 
tGiles James, washer, Lerew's alley, n of Saratoga 
tGiles Rhoda, Ann, Salisbury st w of Canal 
Gill George, carter, Wilk st w of Bond 
Gill John, wood inspector, Stiles st w of Albemarle 
Gill Mrs Margaret, CaroUne st 1 door s of Gough 
Gill Edward, harness maker, Baltimore st w of Paca 
Gill Mrs. Park st n of Fayette 

Gill John, merchant, dw Courtland st near Pleasant 
Gill Lewiaj stage driver, Saratoga st court near Holliday st 
Gill George M. attorney at law, Fayette st e of St. Paul's 
Gill John, merchant, dw North st near Fayette 
Gill John, notary public, ofl&ce 42 Water st opposite the entrance 
* of the Exchange, dw North st 2d door from N^vins's church 
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Giil Miss, mantua maker, 61 Camden st 

Gill Joshua, labourer, Pine st n of Fayclte 

Gill A. O. tea dealer, Fayette st e of Pine 

Gill Eary, huckster, Chesnut alley e of" Pearl st 

Gill John, 121 Eutaw st 

Gill Jarvis, carpenter, Centre ste of Howard 

Gill Elizabeth, grocer, 4 Lexington st 

Gill Brvson, bleeder, cupper and leecher, 34 Hanover st 

Gill Ezekiel C. keeper of Penitentiary, Aisquith n of Monument 

Gill William, teller of Merchants' Bank, e Baltimore st w of Exe- 

Gillen James, labourer, Baltimore st e of Pine [eter 

Gillen Charlotte, washer, Champerlain alley s side 

Gillespie Stephen, cabinet maker, Fayette stw of Gay 

Gillespy John, ship carpenter, Happy alley near Lancaster st 

Gillet Martin & Co. tea dealers, 52 Pratt st 

Gillet Martin, of above firm, dw Fayette st near Cove 

Gillinfi^hara William, blacksmith, 119 s Sharp st 

Gillingham J. carpenter, Lombard st e of Liberty 

Gillingham George, machinist, 91 Pratt st 

Gillingham George, jr. clerk of Baltimore shot tower, dw n e cor 

Exeter and Water sts 
Gillingham John, carpenter, 83 Pratt st 

Gillingham St Jessup, hardware merchants, cor Pratt and Light 
Gillis'^Iar^aret, Eden st e of Canal 

Gilman C attorney at law, 25 Fayette st. dw Lexington e of Pine 
Oilman, Harman H. porter, Patterson st near Pratt 
Gilman Mrs Mary Ann, Calveri st opposite Battle Monment 
Gilmor R. & Sons, merchants, Second st betw South and Gay sts 
F>llmor Robert, merchant, dw Water st betw Gay and Commerce 
tGilmore Isaac, porter, German, 6t w of Green 
Gilpin H. carpenter, Mercer si w of Calvert dw i2 C. Market sp 
Gilpin Mrs. Margaret, Bank st e of Market f. p, 
Gilpin Samuel, 41 e Water st 
Gilson John, Bond st s of Lancaster 

tGilyard Edward, blacksmith, Ensorst near meetinghouse 
Giraud Dr. John J. Water st 2 doors from the bridge 
Girdovv mrs Sarah, 70 Camden st 
Girvin Robert, carpenter, Mulberry st w of Cove 
Girvin James, produce dealer, cor Franklin and Eutaw sts dw 

Paca near Franklin 
Gist Wm. eagle white lead factory, cor Conway and Eutaw sts 

dw 82 Camden 
Gist Wm. guager of liquors, dw Holliday st s of Saratoga 
Gittings John S. Chesapeake bank, dw Water st near bridge 
Gittings L. com. nit. 5 Spear's whf dw North st near Lexington 
Gladding Samuel, cordwainer, Charles st s of Montgomery 
Gladson Michael, cordwainer, Harford avenue 
Glan Robert, bacon store, cor Forest and Low sts 
Glanden Sarah, milliner, Charles st s of Lombard 

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Glanville James W. & Co. hatters, 64 C. market space dw do 
Glanville mrs Mary, Barre st e of Hanover 
Glase Henry, carpenter, Biddle st w of Ross 
Glaser Jacob, blacksmith, cor French and East sts 
Glass John, ship joiner, cor Thames and Block sis 
Glass I. sup. chimneys, Pratt betvv Bond st &- Strawberry alley 
Glass house Federal hill, P. R. J. Frieze proprietor 
Glassgow Wm. R. Sharp st s of Barre 
JGlassgow Solomon, porter, Forest st s of Douglass 
Gleaves & Trail, dry goods mis. 99 Baltimore st 
Gleeson Thomas, teacher, Potter st near French 
Glenn John, attorney at law, Charles st n of Fayette 
Glenn Wm. tavern. Fleet st near Caroline 
Glenn Rachel, 46 Ann st 
Glenn Samuel, painter, Bond st n of Pratt 
Glenn Hon. Elias, judge U. S. district court, Franklin st 
Glenn Wm. cordwainer, Columbia st extended 
Glenn Wm. 92 Liberty st 

Glib Eustice, potter, cor Hampstead and Spring sts 
Glocker Theodore, clerk, Eden st s of Orleans 
Gloinger mrs Mary, 69 Baltimore st 
Gloss John, baker, York avenue 
Glover Susan, sempstress, INIercer st w of Light 
Gobright W^m. tinner, Caroline st n of Baltimore 
Goddard Charles, Gen Wayne Inn, cor Balto. and Paca sts 
Godfrey mrs Sarah, huckster, Forest st near Gay 
Godfrey Nicholas, mariner, Liberty al near Falls st 
Godman miss M. cor Barnet and Charles sis 
Godman Brutus, stone mason, Pine st n of Franklin 
Godman Thomas J. distiller, Pennsylvania avenue extended 
Godwin Littleton, waterman, 17 Comet st 
Goforth George, bacon seller, Hillen st near East 
jGoff Fanny, 10 Douglass st 
Goinard mrs Mary J. n Gay st near Molt 
Gold capt Paul, Charles st s of Lombard 
Gold P. F. dry goods & groceries, s w cor Light & Montgomery 
Gold Mary Ann, tailoress, Exeter st near Hiilen 
Gold Joseph, Montgomery st e of Light 
Golden Michael, cor Lunn's lane and Paca st 
Golder George, merchant, Lexington st w of Cove 
Golder Archibald, paper hanger, 171 Baltimore st 
tGolder Wm. shoemaker, Camden st w of Hanover 
Goldsborough Wm. clerk. Forest ste of Aisquith 
|Goldsborough James, Iron alley 
fGoldsborough Richard, carpenter, Wolf st s of Bank 
Goldsbury Nicholas, Franklin si e of Lerew's al 
Goldsmith Elizabeth, widow, Lee st belw Charles and Light 
Goldsmith M. pedlar, 97 Bond st 
Goldsmith John, painter, Lexington stw of Charles 
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Goldsmith Jos. labourer, Beuren st near Monument 

Goldsmith S. H. dry goods store, Calvert st s of Bath 

Golibart Joseph, Jr. cooper, Wolfst near Fell 

Golibart Jos. cooper, Alice Anna st w of Ann 

Goliger Roderick, butcher, French st near High 

Good mrs Sarah, 149 Bond st 

Goodacre Daniel, stone cutter, 73 Albemarle st 

Goodhand Margaret, 63 Liberty st 

Goodhand John, salesman. Potter st n of Gay 

Goodhue Benj. C. dealer in general, cor Pratt st &t Apple aly 

Goodisson capt John, Bond st 1 door n of Wilk 

Goodman Edward C. cordvvainer, 11 Sterling st 

Goodrich Sylvester, pile driver, York st e of Charles 

Goodrick mrs Susan, l8 Baltimore st e of Eiien 

Goodrick nirs. tavern, 60 e Pratt st 

Goodwin Caleb, ship carpenter, Stiles st e of High 

Goodwin Charles, clerk Merchants' bank, dw Monument sq ;are 

Goodwin Lloyd, 135 Hanover st [near Fayette st 

|"Goodwin Hestor Ann, fruit shop, Calvert st near Saratoga 

tGoodwin Thomas, sawyer, Park st near Saratoga 

tGooseberry Betsy, washer, Greenwillow st s of Penn. avenue 

JGooseberry Betsy, washer, Park lane w of Pearl st 

Gordon mrs Mary Ann, Caroline st n of Gough 

Gordon Charles, rope maker, Light st extended 

Gord'on W. chair man'r. cor Water and South sis dw Gough 

Gordon Dr. cor St Paul's and Saratoga sts 

Gordon Jos. cooper, Mulberry st e of Eutaw 

Gordon Catherine, huckster, Saratoga st e of Liberty 

Gordon Dr. James, office Hanover st 

Gordon John H. chair maker, 73 Water st 

Gore Wm. millwriglit, Richmond st e of Howard 

Goreham Elias, ladies' shoe mak. cor Holhday st &. Orange al 

Gorman Thomas, mt. tailor, 6 Light si dw Wine 

(torman John, labourer, Centre st near bridge 

Gorman John, weaver, Mulberry st n of Cove 

Gorman Nicholas, weaver, Pierce st w of Chatsworlh 

Gormanly Henry, labourer, C9 McFJderry's wharf 

Gormley Jame?, tavern, cor Commerce and Pratt sts 

Gorsuch Samuel, ship carpenter, Washington sts of Wilk 

Gorsuch John, joiner, Caroline st n of Bank 

Gorsuch James, Bond st 1 door s of Wilk 

Gorsuch Peregrine, cor Saratoga st and Lerew's alley 

Gorsuch Lowry F. hat manufactory, 34 Pratt st 

Gorsuch Robert, Paca st n of JMulberry 

Gorsuch Wm. carpenter, Eutaw st n of Mulberry 

Gorsuch Wm. carpenter, Eutaw st s of Mulberry 

Gorsuch E. milliner, Pratt st e of Howard 

Gorsuch Elisha, miller, 1 Bank lane 

Gorsuch Jehu, carpenter, 79 n High st 



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Gorsuch & Brown, carpenters, cor High st and Necessity aly 

Gorton mrs Phoebe, Baltimore st e of Lloyd 

Gorton Wm. A. tobacconist, cor Pierce and Pine sts 

Gosnel) Win. Neighbors st 

Gosnell L. W. merchant, 268 w Baho. dvv Paca n of Lexington 

Gosnell PhiHp, tailor. Mulberry st e of Pine 

Gosnell and Dovries, vvholsaie dry goods mts. 268 vv Baltimore 

Goss John, knife grinder, Lancaster st e of Bond 

Gossick mrs ^lary, Bank ste of Happy alley 

Gossuage mrs N. Cove st w of Pierce 

Gothrop James, cordwainer, Chesniit al \v of Pine st 

tGott Priscilla, Shakspeare st 1 door w of Apple alley 

Gough Thomas, caner, Canal st near Short alley 

Gould Alexander, Light st extended 

Gould A. jr. victualler, Light st extended 

Gould J. F. prin. Baltimore Female Lyceum, Lexington at e 

of Calvert d\v cor Saratoga and Pine 
Gould John W. tabacconist, Norih sis of Bath 
Gould James, ranc)- jeweller, 13(3 Bait, st dw 25 s Howard 
Gould John, 26 Lancaster st [e of Pine 

Gould James, teacher, cor Bath and Saratoga sts dvv Saratoga 
Gould Moses, chemist and botonist, Baltimore st e of Cove 
Gould Daniel, cordwainer, Baltimore st e of Cove 
Gould E. inn keeper, 111 n Howard st 
Gould capt Peter, 3c{ s Charles st 
Gould John C. clothing store, 60 s Calvert st 
tGould Isabella, washer, Saratoga st e of Pearl 
tGould Richdrd, sawyer, Kdcn ti n of Bank 
tGoulden VVm. labourer. Cove si n of German 
Gouiey L. man'r. vegetable bitters, '2U Baltimore st 
Gouley .Alexander, Park lane w of Schroeder st 
Goven Daniel, feed store, Gay st near Potter dw 20 Aisquith 
Gover G. P. lotl. office, cor Sharp & Bait, dw cor Bait. &. East 
Gover Samuel H. auctioneer, s e cor Water st and Centre mar- 
ket space i\\v Calvert st 
Gover Hannah, female academy, Calvert st s of Pleasant 
Gover John, carpenter, York av near Monument st 
tGowens James, carter. Forest st n r.^f Douglass 
tGowens Hannah, cook, cor Long lane and Beard st 
tGoy Francis, labourer, Lerew's al s of Franklin st 
Grace mrs Priscilla, n e cor Spring and Gough sts 
tGrace Thomas, stevadore, Happy al s of Fleet st 
1 Grace Adam, labourer, Argyle al s of Fleet st 
Gracey Plenry, carpenter, cor Orleans and Aisquith sts 
Gralflin Jacob W. morocco dresser, Saratoga st w of Gay 
Grafton Mark, dw Fayette e of Liberty st 
Graham Ann, Ann st n of Fleet 
Graham George, ship carpenter, 89 Ann st 
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Graham John, blackprnith, Albemarle 1 door n of Pratt st 

Graham Ellis, carpenter, Buren near Monument st 

Graham mrs Elizabeth, Harford av near Madison st 

Graham J. and R. grocers, 88 Dugan's wharf 

Graham Wm. merchant, 77 Smith's wharf 

Graham John, painter, dw French near Exeter st 

Graliam & Sommerville, house sign and ornamental painters, 

n w corner Saratoga and Calvert streets 
Graham Ephraim, grocer, s w cor Ross & Saint Mary's streets 
Graham John, trader, Orchard s of Ross 
Graham Andrew, carpenter, 234 n Howard st 
Graham William, grocer, 53 Pitt st 
Graham Wm. sea captain, Baltimore st e of Exeter 
Graham Andrew, steamboat fireman, Hughes st e of Light st 
Graham mrs Mary, Pratt e of Exeter st 
Grainger George, miller, Hill near Williams st 
tGrainger Nathan, labourer. Sugar al near Light st 
Grammer mrs Eliza, widow. Front between Bait, and Pitt sts 
Granaker John, labourer, Greenwillow st s of Penn avenue 
Grant Rebecca, Falls ^t near Liberty al 
Grant Jane, 43 Alice Anna st 
Grant John, mariner. Bond n of Bank st 
Grant Stepiien, labourer, Saratoga st extended 
Grant Sarah Ann, Pine st n of Pierce st 
Grant Charles, sawyer. Eager al n of Saratoga st 
Grant Mary Ann, sempstress, Jefferson w of Canal st 
tGrant Nancy, huckster, Welcome al w of Sharp st 
tGrant Margaret, huckster, Canal near Orleans st 
Grantrap Ferdinand, bandbox maker, cor Grant and Lombard 
Grape Andrew, trunk maker, Bank near Eden st 
Grape Jacob, variety store, 40 Bait st dw Potter near Gay st 
Grape George, carpenter, Monument w of Sterling st 
Grape John, carter, Potter e of Gay st 
Grasier Andrew, blacksmith. Light near Hill st 
Gratefield John, carpenter. Wagon al e of Howard st 
Graves Robert, carpenter, Bond s of Bank st 
Graves George H. rail-road conductor, Paca n of Franklin st 
Graves Dr. J. J. 54 Fayette st 

jGraves Charles, labourer, French lane near Charl-s st 
tGraves Barnev, labourer, Run al n of Lexington st 
IGraves Davidjdrayman, Eager al s of Mulberry st 
Grawley Herman, 11 Armistead lane 
Gray John, carter. Wolf st s of Fleet 
Gray Wm. sail maker. Market st near Wilk 
Gray mrs Ann, Pratt e of High st 
GravCharles, Charles st n of Henrietta 
Gray James, brickmaker, Light near Little Hughes st 
Gray mrs Ann M. fruit shop, Harford avenue 
Gray Henrv W. storage warehouse, Lower end of Camden st 
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Gray Henry W. just, of peace, lower end Camden st dw n e 

corner Sharp and Conway st 
Gray George, medicine packer, Tripoletl's al near Second st 
Gray Catherine, sempstress, Ross st w of Eutavv 
Gray Sarah, washer, JVLontgomery e of Sharp st 
Gray Sarah, Potter s of Douglass st 
Gray Leonard, F. tailor, Aisquith n of Monument st 
Gray John M. findings store, 15 vv Water st 
Gray Wm hatter, 15 Thompson st 
Gray Samuel, labourer, Low n of Forrest st 
Gray James, medicine store, 33 s Calvert dw 19 Water st 

Gray , waterman, Salisbury e of Lloyd st 

tGray David, labourer. Perry e of Eutaw st 

tGray Csesar, labourer, French near Exeter st 

tGray Joseph, slioemaker, Saratoga e of Holliday st 

tGray Arthur, labourer, Davis near Bath st 

tGray Eliza, Charles st s of JNIontgomery 

tGray Richard, labourer. Elbow lane 

tGray Susan, Strawberry al s of Pratt st 

tGray David, drayman, Eager al s of Mulberry st 

tGray Richard, eating house, Pratt e of Commerce st 

Gray ham Hugh, cabinet maker, Charles st s of Busy al 

Grayson George, carter, Lee st w of Hanover 

Greban James, merchant. Mulberry e of Hawk st 

Greble Benjamin, Potter, Harford av near Madison st ^ 

Green Eliza, Ann st n of Alice Anna st 

Green mrs 153 Bond st 

Green mrs Ann, Bank e of Market st 

Green mrs Eliza, Eden s of Pratt st 

Green John, carpenter, 41 Fayette st 

Green mrs. grocer, Saratoga e of Howard st 

Green John, lime store, n Gay s of Exeter st 

Green Thomas, bricklayer, Gallows hill 

Green mrs Sarah, Buren near Monument st 

Green Wm. tanner, corner Monument and Buren sts 

Green A. paper hanger, 26 n Gay dw Harrison near Etna lane 

Green Samuel, deputy keeper of Penitentiary, 13 Sterling st 

Green mrs Maria, French near East st 

Green Charles B. grocer, High 3 doors a of Gay dw High 3 

doors n of Gay 
Green mrs Ann, tailoress, Exeter neaf French st 
Green mrs Cassa, Exeter n of Hillen 
Green John, grocer, s vv cor Hillen and Potter sts 
Green Editha, sempstress, Hillen near Exeter, st 
Green mrs Ann, boarding house, South near Water st# * 
Green George, carpenter, Saratoga e of Schroeder st 
Green Enoch, stone mason, Pine e of Cove s'. 
Green and Co. stone cutters, corner Pratt and Green sts 
Green Edward, 230 n Howard st 
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Green Terence, grocer, Lerew's al s of Mulberry st 

Green Clolumbus, clerk, Monument st near York avenue 

Green George W, painter, Holland e of Aisquith st 

Green Andrew, huckster, Aisquith n of Monument st 

Green George, sawyer, Low n of Forrest st 

Green Charles B. store 120 n High st 

Green Susanna, sempstress, 38 n Exeter st 

Green Ellen, widow, 7 Temple st 

Green Richard C. oak cooper, 60 South st 

tGreen David, labourer, Fayette st e of Run al 

IGreen Ann, washer, Union st s of Ross 

tGreen Charles, labourer, 36 Park st 

tGreen Henrietta, washer. Low s of Aisquith st 

tGreen Peter, labourer, Forest n of Douglass st 

tGreen John, sawyer, Forest s of Douglass st 

tGreen Wm. sawyer, Long lane n of Orleans st 

tGreen James, labourer, Guilford al near Light st 

tGreen Wm. labourer. Harford avenue 

tGreen Richard, lal5eurer, Hamilton e of Charles st 

tGreen Thomas, barber, 4 Light st 

tGreen Edward, Happy al near Alice Anna st 

tGreen Sophia, Argyle al s of Wilk st 

tGreen Wm. A. President near Stiles fit 

tGreen James, Wolf n of Gough st 

tGreen Richard, labourer, Strawberry al s of Bank et 

pGrreen Adam, Spring w of Gough st 

JGreen Charles, Strawberry al n of Gough st 

Greener Philip, carpenter, Holliday n of Saratoga st 

Greener Frederick, labourer, Liberty al near Buren st 

f Greener Richard, boot black, shop Fayette near Samt Paul's 

JGreener Leah, washer, 20 Potter st 

Greenbery Miss Ann. Pitt st w of Harford run 

Greenfield Dorcas, Strawberry al s of Lancaster st 

Gieenfield A. H. hardware store, 70 Lexington st dw corner 

Lexington and Eutavv sts 
Gieenidge Thomas, shoemaker, 22 Potter st 
Greenweil James, Alice Anna, e of Market s 
Greenwood Henry, drayman, s Howard st 
Greenwood Edward, merchant, corner Charles and Monument 
Greenwood T^Ielinda, mantuamaker, Pleasant near Courtland st 
Greenwood Wm. file smith, corner Cove and Market dw Col- 
umbia alley 
tGreenwood Isaac, labourer, Light st extended 
|Greenwo()d Peregrine, drayman. Vine st e of Pine 
JGreer^ood Samuel, drayman, Fayette st e of Park lane 
Greeves Rudolph, grocer, corner Eutaw and Perry sts 
Gregg Andvv & Co. 18 Franklin st. dw Franklin e of Cathedral 
Gregg T. Franklin st e of Cathedral 
Gregg mrs Harriet, Holliday s of Saratoga 
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Gregory Joseph, city watchman, Light near Montgomery st 
Gregory Joseph, ship carpenter, Caroline s of Baltimore st 
Gregory Wm. plaisterer. Park lane w of Pine st 
Greiver, John, tailor, corner Hawk st and Centre Market space 
Greves David and Son, grocers, 1 and 3 Market st f p 
Grewe Wm. blacksmith, Lerew's al s of Franklin st 
|Grey Jerry, sawyer, Saratoga e of Poppleton 
Gribbin Henry, labourer, Frederick n of Pratt st 
Gridley John, lottery and exchange office,25 n Gay st 
Grien Isaac, dw Calvert near Mulberry st 
Grier Miss, dress maker. Liberty near Lexington st 
Griest Moses, grocer, n e corner Gough and Spring sts 
Grieves James, superintendent of screw dock, Market s of Wilk 
Griffin Mary, Bond 2 doors s of Wilk st 
Griffin John, shoemaker, Bond n of Bank 6t 
Griffin Daniel, cooper.Still House st 
Griffin Levy, engineer, Charles st s of Henrietta 
Griffin Robt. B. dry goods n)t. 43 Bait st dw 2 doors above 
Griffin James, weaver, Freedom near Franklin st 
Griffin John, weaver, Mulberry near Poppleton st 
Griffin Elias, tobacconist, dw Pearl n of Mulberry st 
Griffin John, plaisterer, Mulberry e of Pine st 
Griffin John, grocer, 21 Ross st 
Griffin Jacob, labourer, Perry e of Eiitaw st 
Griffin Jacob, butcher. Monument e of Eden st 
Griffin George, millwright, Armistead lane e of Light st 
|Griffin Thomas, labourer, Jiight st extended 
JGriffin Mary, alley bet Spring and Caroline sts 
iGriffin Cuft', labourer, Williams al w of Sharp st 
jGriffin Henry, labourer. Comb al n of Hill st 
Griffis James, cabinet maker, Ensor st foot of Galiowi hill 
Griffith Capl. John, Stiles w of Gough st 
Griffith mrs Ann, Pratt st 2 doors e of Caroline 
Griffith R. R. & Co. hardware mts. 245 Bait st 
Griffith R. R. of above, dw corner St. Paul and Franklin st 
Griffith Eliza A. grocer, Conway w of Green st 
Griffith Michael, tavern, Pratt w of Howard st 
Griffith Israel and Co. wholesale dry goods mts. 213 w Bait st 
Griffith Allen, dw Sharp s of Camden st 
Griffith Dr. R. cor Fayette & St. Paul's sts 
Griffith Richard, grocer, s w corner. Light and Hill sta 
Griffith Levy P. boot and shoe manu. Gay near Fred- 
erick, dw Holliday n of Saratoga st 
Griffith Phomas W .just, of peace,office, Fayette near St. Paul 
Griffith William, straw cutter, York avenue 
Griffith Ann, 29 Aisquith st 

Griffith Thomas, slater, Rock st w of Lexington st 
Griffith Howd. mt. cor Frederick & Pratt dw Green s ofGerman 
Griffith William A. Madison w of Howard st 
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Griffith mrs H. B 6 Eutavv at 

GrilFiih Sarah, 69 Saratoga st' 

Griffith and Arrnistead, hardware mts. 190S Bait st 

Griffith Stephen, carpenter, Holland e of Eden st 

tGriffilh \Vm. labourer, Sugar al w of Light st 

^Griffith John, Happy al near Alice Anna st 

Griggs William, pilot, Bond 1 door n of Gough st 

Griggs James, 58 s Bxeter st 

Grim Edward, carpenter, Park lane w of Pine st 

Grimes mrs Ann, corner, Shakepear st and Apple al 

Grimes Charles, High bet Hillen and Gay sts 

Grimes Enoch, tinner, Vine st e of Cove 

Grimes Edward, teamster, Bait e of Pine st 

Grimes Susan, Long lane s of Orleans st 

|Grimes Fielden, carter, corner Park lane and Run al 

Grinard Frances, washer, Columbia w of Sharp st 

Grindle Josiah, carpenter, 2l New Church st 

Grinder Mary, sempstress. 12 York st Federal hill 

Grine J. clerk cor Sharp and Lee sts 

tGriniger Eli, grain measurer, Williams al eof Light st 

Griswold L. boarding house, 165 Hanover st 

Grist Moses, grocer, corner Hill and Charles sts 

Grist Philip, labourer. President n of Fawn st 

Groe mrs Ann, 122 Hanover st 

Grodergood, Frederick, Franklin w of Cove 

Groom Alexander, firm of Joseph Todhunter and Co. German 
between Charles and Hanover, dw 76 n Charles st 

fGroom Emory, measurer, 92 Douglas? st 

Grooms Thomas, plaisterer, MuUikin e of Caroline 

Grooms VVm. Plaisterer, n Gay near Mott st 

Crooms Eliza Ann, Sterling near Monument st 

tGrooms Nathan, barber, Saratoga w of Howard st 

Grosh mrs E grocer, corner, Pinkney and Caroline sts 

Gross Benjamin, drayman, Pierce w of Pearl st 

Gross John 1. auction and com store, cor Gay &c Front sts dw 

Aisquith near Monument st 
Gross Henry, porter, Long al s of New st 
Gross J. corner Mulberry and Pine sts 
Gross Michael, Carpenter, Madison st extended 
Gross D. drayman, between Perry and Conway above Boward 
Gross Francis, silver plater, Sharp n of Hili st 
tGross Samuel, sawyer, Sharp st s of Busy al 
tGross Nancy, waiter, Barre e of Howard st 
tGross Maria, washer, Charles st extended 
tGross Letty, Montgomery, w of Light st 
tGross John, labourer, Hanover, n of Montgomery st 
Groves Mary, 31 Green st 
Grover Alexander, mt. 7G n Charles st 
Grover Anne, washer, Sterling near Monument st 
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Grover Chas. lumber mt opp. Peni'y flw Harf av near Madison si 
Groverinan and Sons, china store, 225 Baltimore st 
Groverman A. china mt. dvv 83 s Sharp st 
Groves Ann, shop keeper, Potter e of Low st 
Groves John, instrument maker, Neighbour's st near Harford av 
Groves Jacob, ship carpenter, York e of Light st 
|Groves Ann, washer, Long lane n of Holland st 
Grubb George, cedar cooper, German opposite Penn st 
Grubb \Vm. morocco dresser, dw Hillen near Falls 
Gruber Jacob, locksmith, Camden w of Howard 
Gruber Jacob, blacksmith, Williams st near Montgomery 
Gruber Hlllis, grocer, n e corner, Cove and Saratoga sts 
Gruber George, cedar cooper, Fayette st e of Park 
Gruble John, Thomsonian practitioner, Orleans e of Caroline 
Grundy &. Co. auctioneers, corner Charles and Market sts 
Grund) s Joseph, victualler, Light st extended 
Gudshick Christian, labourer, s w cor Cove and Saratoga sts 
Guerand F. dying and scouring establishment, 27 Harrison st 
Guest Samuel, wood corder, Lee st w of Hanover st 
JGuest Margaret, Caroline n of Fleet st 
tGuiss Jacob, caulker. Strawberry al s of Gough st 
Guiidener Hannah, 73 n Liberty st 
Guilford Richard, liquor store, s w cor Bond and Wilk st 
Gulley and Emich, stove and sheet iron warehouse, 26 Light si 
Gulley Philip, Lee st w of Charles 
Gum Jac(;b, labourer, Harford avenue 
Gum mrs., Howard st s of Lombard st 
Gunby Capt James, Philpot e of Wilis 
Gunby mrs Mary, French near Potter 
Gunn Bernard, grocer, s e corner Lexington and Green 
Gurley James, ptop. western hotel, cor Howard and Saratoga 
Gustus Vincent, caulker, Wilks st e of Strawberry al 
|GustusH. tobacconist, foot Gallows hill bet Ensor &, Sterling 
TGusIus Abraham, sawyer. Bait st e of Eden 
Guy James, clerk, Camden bet Charles and Light sts 
Guyton and Hyde, dry ffoods mts. 58 Hanover st 
Guyton Joseph, miner, Holland st extended 
Gwinn mrs E. Pratt e of Sharp st 
Gwinn Wm. engineer, Bait st extended 
Gwynn mrs Mary, corner Exeter and Hillen 
Gwynn Wm. prop Bait Gazetie,office cor St. Paul st & Bank lane 
Gwynn Eliza, Lerew's al s of Franklin st 
Gwynn Wm. Fisherman, Harford avenue 
tGwynns Henry, Park st e of SchrcEder, 
Gybert Francis, cabinet maker, Chatsworth n of Saratoga si 
Gyer John, cordwainer, Henrietta w of Charles 
"HaBBERSETT Honry, tavern, Hiijh st bet Gay and Low 
Hablislon Henry, comcnission a<;ent, 15 s Gay st 
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Hack Jon^s &c Ruhrauff wholesale dry goods store 5 n Howard 

Hack J. tobacconist, cor Howard st & Cowpen al dw Lexington 

Hack Andrew, grocer, cor Howard st &c Dutch al dw Lexington 

Hackett Samuel, carter, Howard 2 doors from Camden st 

tHacket Richard, labourer, back of Gallows hill 

+Hacket Margaret, Apple al near Wilk st 

tHacket Lydia, midwife Long lane n of Orleans st 

tHacket Sarah, washer, German w of Green st 

tHacket Hetty, washer, Biddle st s of Ross 

tHacket John, labourer, Welcome al w of Hanover st 

tHacket Charles, labourer, Welcome al w of Hanover st 

tHacket Henrietta, washer, Short st n of Orleans 

tHackey Philip, brickmaker, Sugar al W of Light st 

Hackney Robert, bricklayer, corner George st and Penn av 

Hadway Oakley, ship carpenter, Gough e of Eden st 

Haddarp Benjamin, barber. Centre Market space near Swan st 

Haden mrs. Ensor n of Pvloiiument st 

Hadley Moses, labourer, n e cor Lexington and Freeman sts 

Hadley rnrs Mary 8 Philpot st 

Hadley Deborah, widow, Monument e of Canal st 

Haesbaert Rev. John, P. C. dw North near Pleasant st 

Hagan Dennis, weaver, Sarah Ann e of Cove 

Hagan Charles, labourer, Monument vv of Aisquith st 

Hagan Patrick, Inickster, Fianklin st extended 

Hagerty John, clothing store, Harri&on st near Baltimore, dw 

24 Market space 
Hagerty Andrew, oak cooper, Canal st near Short alley 
Hagerty James, boot and shoe factory, 22 Centre Market space^ 

dw Granby st betvv High and Exeter 
Hagerty Joim, trader. Union st s of Ross 
Hagerty Ed v/ard, grocer, Lexington st w of Paea 
Hagerty James, boot and shoe store, 9 s Calvert st 
Hagger Benjamin L & Son, optical instrument manufacturers, 57 
Hagger Geocge, tobacconist. Rock st n of Saratoga [South st 
tHaggert George, carter, Holliday st near Pleasant 
Hagthrop Edward, tinuer, Bond street s of BaltiP'Ore dw 85 e 

Water st 
Hagihs Joseph, Market st s of Fleet, f. p. 
Hague William, rope maker, William st near Cross 
Hahn Henry, painter, Lexington st e of Sharp st 
Hahn John,' merchant tailor, 146 Baltimore st. dw 18 New Church 
Hahn Edward, butcher. Silver st e of Eden 
HahnWilliamj butcher, Mulliken st e of Spring 
Hain Daniel, carter, Block st near the dravvbridge 
Haines George, cordwainer, Pine st n of George 
Haines Nicholas, tinner, Howard sts of Baltimore, dw Mulberry 

e of Paca street 
Hains John, Carpenter's alley w of Howard st 
Hainsworth Daniel, wharf builder, Light st near Hill . 
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Director for 1837. HAL 

Halback, Charles, surgical instrument maker, cor Mercer and 

Halbert Edward, grocer, cor Forcst'and Douglass sts [Grant sts 

Hale Edward, bricklayer, 75 High st 

Hale William, bricklayer, 87 s Howard st 

Haley Mrs Ann, milliner, Ensor st near East 

Hales Norris G. organ builder, 42 n Front st 

Halfpenny William, pilot, 64 Ann st 

Hal! George, lumber inspector, 70 Market st f. p. 

Hall John, ship carpenter, Lancaster st near Market 

Hall Grace. Wilk st e of CaroRne 

Hall Edward, 15 Bond st 

Hall Nathan, plumber and tinner, 15 Bond st 

Hall John, mariner, Canal st betw Bank and Gough 

Hall Capt Joseph, 32 Gough st 

Hall Capt John, Pratt st e of Caroline 

Hall Andrew, Market st s of e Baltimore st 

Hall Mrs Mary, Caroline st s of Baltimore 

Hall Mary, cedar cooper, 241 Market st f p. 

Hall Wells R. grocer, s e cor Market and Alice Anna sts. i\w 4 

Hall George H. cedar cooper, 106 Green st [Thames st 

Hall C. A. Monument st vv of Park 

Hall T. W. Charles st vv of Saratoga 

Hall Mrs. cor Fayette and Charles sts 

Hall & Co. wholesale dry goods mts. 195 Baltimore st 

Hall Richard, merchant, 5 w Baltimore st 

Hall James E. chair gilder, Charles st court n of Camden st 

Hall Doctor Richard VV". professor of University of Maryland, dw 

and office 16 Lexington st 
Hall & Co. auction and commission store, 23 n Gay st near East 
Hall John W. dw 23 n Gay st near East 
Hall Nathaniel, 154 n Gay st nearMott 
Hall John, tailor, Sterling near Monument st 
Hall Patrick, collector, French near Bath 
Hall Israel, cordwainer, Hillen e of Forest st 
Hall Charles, Saraoga st e of Pine 
Hall Daniel W. 6 Pascault Row Lexington st 
Hall Daniel, carpenter, Eden st n of Jefferson 
Hall Margaret, weaver, Penn. avenue n of Preston st 
Hail Elias, cordwainer. Union sts of Ross 
Hall John, cordwainer, Butaw st s of Madison 
Hall William W. attorney at law, Fayette st \v of Barnum's hotel, 

(hv 116 Conway st 
Hall John, draftsman, 148 Liberty st 
Hall Joseph, carpenter, Potter st s of Gay 
Hall James, ship carpenter, Eden st n of Baltimore 
Hall John B. constable, Eden st s of Orleans 
Hall Aaron, carpenter, 13 Maiden lane 

Hall William C. carpenter, 84 Orleans st [e of Canal 

Hall Levi, grocer, Baltimore st opposite Museum, dw Orleans st 
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Hall Miss Elizabeth, Caroline sts of Ilampslead 
Hall Walter, Gouffli st n of Pratt 

(Hall John, drayman, Chesnut alley e of Pine st 
Hall Basil, carpenter. Pierce si w of Pearl 
:;Hall Charles, labourer, Union st n of Penn. avenue 
;:HaIl Peter, labourer, s Eutaw st extended 
::Hall Eilward, confectioner, 24 Fayette st 
::Hall Nicholas, labourer, Columbia st e ol' Howard 
:Hall James, labourer, Sucrar alley vv of Charles st 
;:Hall Carles, drayman, Monument s-t e of Canal 
::HaIl William, sawyer, Eden st n of Bahimore 
fHall William, drayman. East st s of Douirlass 
tHall Francis, searar maker, Forest st s of Douglass 
JHallMrs Ann, 18 Salisbury st 
iHal Daniel, 9 Salisbury alley 
tHall Kinsey, butcher, Ensor st near Gallows Hill 
|Hall Daniel J. green grocer, Fayette st 2(1 door from Hollidaj 
JHall Jerry, carter. Strawberry alley s o( Pinkney st 
|Hall Nathan, Hammond alley 
Hall Charlotte Aisquith st betw Orleans and Jefferson 
Hdit William, weaver, Saratoga st extended 
tHaltin Kitty, washer, Union stn of Pennsylvania avenue 
Ham William H. & Co. merchant tailors, Holliday st s of Fayette 
Hambleton and Dunbar, wholesale dry^goods merchants, 244 w 

Baltimore st 
Hambleton Thomas E. merchant, cor Liberty and Baltimore sts 
Hambleton G. carpenter, Howard st s of Pratt [dw 33 Eutaw st 
Hamer John C. tailor, 38 n Exeter st 
Hamer Richard, cordwainer, cor Lunn's alley and Paca sis 
Hamer Daniel, clerk, 74 n Exeter st 
4.Hamer Mary, Caroline st w of Pinkney 
jHamer Jacob, teacher, Ajiple alley s of Ballimorc at 
Hamill John, shoe maker, 7 Grant st 
Hamill James, grocer, cor High and e Baltimore sis 
Hamill Alexander, grocer, 26 e Baltimore st 
Hamilton Mrs Sarah, 71 Bond st 
Hamilton Thomas, 22 Philpot st 

Hamilton John, ladies' shoe maker, 42 Pratt st e of Sharp 
Hamilton Fenton T. optical and mathematical establishment, 

172 w Baltimore st . 
Hamilton and Cost, wholesale dry goods store^ 159 Baltimore at 
Hamilton George, Baltimore st e of Lloyd 
Hamilton William, teacher, Saratocra st e of Courtland 
Hamilton William, clerk, French si near Bath 
Hamilton James, grocer, cor Exeter and French sts 
Hamilton Mrs Emily, Harford avenue near Madison st 
Hamilton Mrs Hannah, wadding factory, Potter st s of French 
Hamilton Hugh, carter, Baltimore st e of Cove 
Hamilton James, dry goods merchant, 53 Lexington st 
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Hamilton James, clerk, Biddle st near Chatsworth 
Hamilton Evan, merchant, cor Cider alley and Eutaw sta 
Hamilton Mrs Mary, huckster, cor Tyson and Richardson sts 
Hamilton &, Dunham, dry goods merchants, cor Liberty and e 

Baltrmore streets 
Hamilton Mrs Margaret, Perry st e of Charles 
Hamilton John, labourer, cor Potter and Halfmoon alley 
tHamilton Sarah, washer, Lerew's alley s of Franklin st 
Hammer Godfrey, lottery and exchange office, Holliday 8t 2d 

door n of Baltimore, dvv Lexington st near Cove 
Hammer Jacob, cooper, Exeter st near French 
Hammer Valentine, oak cooper, cor Monument st and^ York av. 
Hammer Jonas, teacher, Fayette st vv of Pine 
Hammer G. wig maker and barber, 23 n Howard st 
Hammer John, clerk, 12 New Church st 
Hammer Peter, Welcome alley w of Hanover st 
Hammerslaugh Lewis, victualler, Market st extended, f. p. 
Haram»nd Capt Oliver, mariner, 31 Ann st 
Hammond Mrs Catherine, Bank st e of Market 
Hammond Jo*ph, tinner, Charles st n of Pratt, dw Montgomery 

st e of Charles 
Hammond David J. baker, Penn. avenue e of Biddle st 
Hammond Nicholas, second hand clothing store, cor Thompson 
Hammond Sirah, Spring st n of Gough [and Friendship sts 
tHammond Sophia, Spring st s of Pratt 
tHammond Savage, labourer. Pine st s of Pierce 
t .Hammond Sovereign, cordwaitier, Chesnut alley e of Pine st 
tHammond John, labourer, Peach alley n side 
tHammond Peter, whitevvasher, Long alley s of Rossst 
Hamner Rev. James, Hanover, st s of Lombard 
Hamon Ttiomas, carpet weaver, Water st near Commerce 
Hampden Thomas, carter, Monument st near Spring 
Hampson A. J. grocer, cor Sharp and Fayette 
Hampton JLevi, cordwainer, Eutaw st 1 door s of Madison 
^Hampton John, carter, 14 Tyson st 
Harapy Frederick, instrument maker, 10 Commerce st 
tHamsley William, lumber wagoner, Saratoga st near falls 
Hanan Jfohn, attorney at law, office Fayette st 1 door from St, 

Paul's St. dw cor Pratt and High sis 
Hance James, boot and shoe manufacturer, 35 South 8t 
Hancock William H. City Block 
Hancock Capt R. Pratt s^t cor Gough 
Hancock Arian, carpenter, George st w of Penn. avenue 
Hancock A. collector, Holland st w of Eden 
Hand Alexander, cordwainer, 48 Eutaw st 
Hand Jacob, bricklayer, Columbia st extended 
Hands E. V. & Co. tin manufacturer, 18 n Howard *t 
Hands Mrs Tabitha, Water st e of Exeter 
Handy Dr. W. W. Pratt st e of Sharp 
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Handy Dr. W. R. cor High and Pratt sts 

Handy Mrs. fancy dress and pelisse maker, 82 Camden st 

JHandy Islimael, painter, Harford avenue near MoRument st 

iHandy Priestman, caulker, Sucjar alley w of Lii^ht st 

Handlcy Valentine, fish huckster, Lonnj alley s of Saratoga st 

Haney Henry, tailor, Pine sts of Fayette 

Haney William, turner, 1 Commerce st 

Haney William, watchman, Montgomery st w of Charles 

Haney Charles, firm of Grantbrd and Haney, tobabconisls, 78 

Pratt St. d\v s Charles st near Montgomery 
Haney Charles, segar maker, Charles st near Montgomery 
Hankness M. weaver, cor Pierce and Cove sts 
Hankness Thomas, weaver, Franklin st above Cove 
HanKey Joseph, ship broker, 2 Spear's wharf, dw Water st 2 

doors e of Exeter 
Hanlen John, carter, York st e of Light 
fHanley Robert, waterman, Happy alley n of Gougli st 
rianna James, grocer. Stiles st e of President 
Hanna Elijah, carpenter, St. Mary's s of Ross st 
t Hanna Elizabeth, boarding house, IG s Calvert st# ^ 

Hanna Patrick, labourer, Cross st e of Light 
Hanna Thomas, Water st w of Concord 
Hanaf^a John, attorney at law, s w cor High and Pratt sts 
Hanson Josiah, clerk at Post office, Barnet st w of Charles 
Hanson Thomas, commission warehouse, 2 Light st whf dw 4a 
Hanson Emeline, washer, Lerew's alleys of Franklin st [Pratt si 
Hanson William, tailor, 14 Low st 
Hanson George H. shoe maker. Potter st e of Douglass 
Hanson William E. Water st opj)()site Lloyd 
tHanson Milly, washer, Pleasant st e of Park 
Hanzsche John G. bookseller and stationer, 17 Baltimore st 
Hanzsche J. D. printer and bookseller, S2 n Eutaw st 
Hapler John, paver, Apple alley near Alice Anna st 
Harboiigh Jerome, coach maker, French st near Exeter 
Harbough Benjamin, accountant, Sa N Exeter st 
Harbour Master's office, (Capt Lane,) end of Patterson st wharf 
jlarden Samuel &c Co. German st betw Hanover and Sharp 
Harden Samuel, dw 62 Camden st 

Harden Mrs Ann, fruit shop, Hirford av, near Madison st 
Harden Samuel, president of Powhattan manufiicturing Co. dv» 

Camden s. w of Sharp 
Harden John, grocer, Baltimore st extended 
Harden William, dry goods merchant, 62 Lexington st 
Harden Mary, milliner, 52 Liberty st 
; [Harden Mrs. huckster. Pearl st s of Saratoga 
: [Harden John, porter, Lerew's alley r of Centre st 
"Harden L^^h^ washer, Ivy alley w of Park st 
; [Harden Ann, washer, Weloonfie alley*w of Hanover si 
:;Harden Thomas, blacksruith, JetfersQso st w of Canal 

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Hardester John, carpenter, e Baltimore st e of Spring [French 
Hardesier David, engineer of steamboat, dw Constitution st nea- 
Hardester, Hooper & Co. sail makers, 97 and 99 Bovvley's whf 
Hardester Benjamin, sail maker, 51 e Pratt st 
Hardesty, John, proprietor of carriages, cor Canal and Jefferson 
Hardesty Rollins, tailor, s High st 2d door n of Gay st 
Hardesty John, carpenter, North st near Lexington, dw e Balti- 
more st near 
Hardesty miss Ann, tailoress, 17 Pratt st 
Hardesty Sarah, sempstress, Water st near Calvert 
Harding Hiram, carpenter, Harford avenue 
Harding John H. clerk, Hillen 2d door w of Exeter 
JHarding Matthew, labourer, Williamson alley near Light st 
ifHarding Wesley, labourer, cor Williamson alley and Light st 
Hardisty Henry, 81 n Exeter st 
Hardisty Henry, Conway st w of Hanover 
H ardister Charles, merchant, cor Charles and Barrests 
H ardy mrs Priscilla, cor Rock and Saratoga sts 
Hardy John, victualler, Baltimore st extended 
Hardy Abraham, labourer, n Exeter st near Pitt 
Hardy John, labourer, Pratt st w of Penn 
JHardy Samuel, waiter, Williamson al near Light st 
tHardy Samuel, waiter, Long al s of Ross st 
|Hardy Samuel, sawyer, s e cor Park and Poppleton sts 
tHardy Rezin, sawyer, Franklin st e of Cove 
tHardy Abigail, washer, Chesnut al w of Pine st 
tHardy Samuel, grocer, German steof Cove 
Hare Thomas, labourer, Forest st opposite Penitentiary 
Hareg John, locksmith and smith, cor Hill and Howard sts 
Hargrove Wm. H. painter, Charles st n of Pratt 
Hargrove Rev. John, Exeter st 1 door s of Baltimore 
Harker James, labourer, York avenue 
Harker Samuel, editor of the Baltimore Republican, office s 

Gay st near Water, dw High near French 
Harker Elizabeth, grocer, Harford avenue 
Harker Samuel C. straw cutter, Harford avenue 
Harker Henry, cor Bank st and Apple alley 
Harkins Neal, 52 n Howard st 
Harkins Giles, shoemaker. Stiles st n of the Run 
Harlan Samuel, grocer, cor Howard and Madison sis 
Harman Daniel, tailor, Canal st s of Baltimore 
Harman Joseph, coach maker, Park st n of Saratoga 
Harman George, boot and shoe maker, 54 w Pratt st 
Harman John M. tobacconist, Calverti^t near Fayette dw High 

second door from French 
Harman Samuel, brick maker, 128 s Paca st 
Harm&n Sarah, cor Park and Lexington sts 
Harman John, shoe dealer, 12 Liberty st 
Uarman Rev. Peter, Conway ki w of Hanorer 
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Harman Stephen, dairyman. Low st s of Aisquith 

Harman George, copper-smith, Granby si vv of Harford run 

IHarman Jaaies, labourer, Argyle alley n of Alice Anna 8t 

Harn«r Christian, Saratoga st opposite Lerevv's alley 

Harney R. E. teacher, Eutaw st s of Saratoga 

Harneycamp John, labourer, 69 Bond st 

Harper Charles, s Gay st between Second and Water 

Harper T. lailor, corner Eutaw & ^ew sta 

Harper James, 15 Bank lane 

Harper Pe»er, boot and shoemaker, Baltimore st e of Eden 

IHarpsyth waterman, Happy alley s of Pratt st 

Harr Peter, Constitution near French st 

tHarrady Win. drayman, Peach alley n side 

Harridy Perry, drayman, Sarah Ann st near Schroeder 

Harrington Eiisha, Centre st e of St Paul's 

Harrington Jr>hn mariner, Molt near Gay st 

Harrington Capt. Saml. York e of Light st 

Harrington Thomas, boritand shoe manufacturer, Ensor st 4th 

door n of East 
Harrington Andrew, tailor, cor Monument & Canal sts 
Harrington Ann, tavern, 68 s Ca vert st 
Harris Wm. C. High st s of Water 
Harris Geo. P labourer, corner Howard & Conway sts 
Harris Col. David, Saratoga e of Park st 
Harris Sarah, Liberty s ot' German st 
Harris Saml com agent, 22 Exchange buildings, dw Barre st 

betw. Hanover and Sharp 
Harris James, tailor, Armistead lane e of Light st 
Harris Alfred C. cabinet maker, Montgomery st w of Light 
Harris Saml porter in bank, Montgomery e of Light st 
Harris Walter, weaver, Franklin st extended 
Harris Richard, labourer, Rock sis of Saratoga 
Harris James, c!erk, Mulberry et e of Pine 
Harris Saml carpenter, Fayette st c of Howard, dw Grten 3 of 
Harris J H grocer, 25 s Liberty st [Cider alley 

Harris J no. VV. dr;iper and tailor, Sharp st 1 door s of German 
Harris Doctor C. A. dentist, lO Hanover st 
Harris Mrs. Lydia, oyster cellar, corner Charles & Pratt sts 
Harris Richard, tailor, ^den 2 doors from Orleans st 
Harris Betsy, washer, 47 n Exeter st. 
tHarris Geo. labourer, Columbia w of Eutaw st 
tHarris Benj. barber, 5 s Howard st 
tHarris tSusan, washer, Carpenter alley e of Eutaw st 
tHarris Robert, labourer, 61 Potter st 
tHarris Thomas, labourer, Douglass eof Potter st 
I Harris Rachel, Short st s of Jefferson 
tHarris Aarrn, sawyer, Short st n af Orleans ' 

tHarris Henr\ , sawyer, Salisbury w of Canal st. 
tHarris M. carpenter, Bounty lane, bet Caroline 3t Spring §ti 
tHarris Dnvid, sawyer, Davis near Bath st 
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Director for 1837. HAR 

^Harris Samuel, cook shop, Li^ht near Lombard st 

|Harris Edward, carpenter, Si>rni«; sof Gou^^li st 

jHarris Menneiia, En^or near Forest st 

jHarris Daniel, [)rick'.ayer, 88 Bond st 

Harrison Thomas, carpenter, 97 Ahce Anna st 

Harrison Thomas S city baililT, UKi Bond st 

Harrison .lames, corduainer, HO Bnnd st 

Harrison Mrs. JNlary Ann, Bank eof Market st 

Harrison Mrs Mary, e Baltimore vv ol Maiketst 

Harrison Charles, dry goocJs mercijanl, Liberty st n ofBallimore 

Harrison and Brothers, dry gooris merchants, 173 w Ball st 

Harrison widow, Favette e ot Charles st 

Harrison Benj and co dry goods merchant, I53i w Bait st 

Harrison]Bt nj. m( r>:hanl, dw 46 Fayette st j 

Harrison Geo. paiiiter, Light r.ear Hill st ^^ 

Harrison Benj. H. carpenter, Light st near Montgomery 

Harrison VVm. periodical book store, 28 n G.iy si dw Sterling st 

Harrison Nathan, com-nission agent, Second st near Gay dw 

core Bait and Market st t p 
Harrison Rosion, Armistead lane near light st [Sharp st 

Harrison Robert PL dry goods merchant, 121 w Bait st dw 17 
Harrison Sirah, boarding house, Higli near Gay st# 
Harrison VVm. huckster w B tliim )re st w oi Poppletori 
Harrison Ttjomas, merchant, corner Charles and German st 

div 4 Paca st 
Harrison Washington, merchant, dw Franklin st w of Charles 
Harrison John, merchant, dw 6-J s Sharp si 
Harrison Win. laborer, Sharp st n of Hill 
Harrison Mrs, Ann A *"6 Hanovor st 
Harrison T P. Eutaw st n of Fayette 
Harrison and co importers of foreiun goods, 16 s Charles st 
Harrison Williiim G. auciioneer, O'Donnell's wharl dw cor e 

Baltimore and Exeter sts 
Harrison Mrs. H. cor Exeier and e Baltimore sts 
+Harrison Catharine, Johnson near Cross st 
fHarrison Nicliolas, lal)orer, Du'is st near Bath 
tHarrison James, sawyer. Apple alhiv n of Siiakspeare St 
Harrod Henry, sltif)ping master, 7i Ann st 
Harrod Captain Henry, Ann n of Fleet st 
Harrod John J. book seller a»»d stationer, dw Fayette st 
Harrod IVlary Ann, widovv, Hull's lance o!' Friendship si 
fHarrod Major, laborer, Monijfomery vv of Light st 
Harrowood Barbnra, widow, York bet Charles & Light sts 
Harryman David, house and sign |»ainter. 51 n Exeter st 
Harshavv Jaines, teacher of languages, Harford av near Mad- 
ison st 
Harshburger Temperance, dniry, cor Fayette and st Paul's sta 
Hart Jame«*. saihnaker, Gough e of Eden st 
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Hart Samuel, grocer, s w cor Gay and Saratoga dw Front near 

Low St 
Hart Asa, carpenter, n Gay near J\lott st 
Hart Charles J. dry goods merchant, 57 and 59 Lexington st 
Hart Catherine, washer, l46 Biddle st 
Hart Archibald, wholesale dealer in foreign and domestic dry 

goods, 196 Baltimore st dw Lombard w of Howard st 
Hart James, glass cutter, Forrest st w of Harford run 
Hartdner Jacob, Camdon st Hotel, Camden near Charles st 
Harten Mrs. Mary A. York av 
Hartge Henry, piano maker, 51 s Howard st 
Hartigan Andrew, grocer, corner Monument and Canal sts 
Harligan Michael, grocer, Water st near Frederick 
Hartley Susanna, Happy Alley s of Fleet st 
Hartley James, foundry man, Hughes near William st 
Hartlove John, brick maker. West st bet Charles and Light sts 
Hartlovo Wesley, brick maker Sugar alley e of Light st 
Hartman Isaac, merchant tailor, 3 s Gay st 
Hartman Samuel, cordwainer, e of Pine 
Hartman John, cordwainer, Biddle ht s of Ross 
Hartshorn James, laborer, Holland st extended 
Hartung Hg^iry, tavern, Fell st sof Thames 
Hartzogg George, merchant, 85 s Howard st. 
Hartzogg Mrs. Mary, Forest st opposite Penitentiary 
Harvey Ann, grocer, Eutaw st n of Lexington 
Harvey Thomas, 34 Green st 

Harvey and Bevans, dry good merchants, 5 Hanover st 
Harvey James, merchant, dw Sharp st s of Conway 
Harvey/and codry goods merchants, cor Pratt and Hanover sts 
Harvey Joshua, merchant, dw Lombard e of Hanover st 
Harvey Archibald, apothecary, Tripolett's alley near Second st 
Harvey Jane, widow. Potter st s of Douglass 
Harvey Capt. James, 87 Alice Anna st 
Harvey widow, Wayne st e of Howard 
Harvey James, cabinet maker, Comet st w of Aisquith 
tHarvey James, Light st extended 
tHarvey James, Welcome allev w of Sharp st 
Harwood Hon James, Judge of Orphans court, dw St Paul's st 
Harwood Thomas, grocer and produce dealer, 1 17 n Howard 

st dw Lexington e of Howird st 
Harwood James, grocer and flour merchant, ll9 n Howard st 

dw 130 n Howard st 
Haskell John H. card factory, Carpenter's Alley w of Howard 

st & 102 w Pratt st 
Haskell John H. currier's shop, 89 Pratt st 
Haskell John H. dw Eutaw s of Pratt st 
Haslam John and sons, shoeing forge. North near Bath st 
Haslam Dr. John, North st s of Bath 
Haslam Samuel, Constitution near Monument st 
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Haslam Robert H. fountain stables, Fayette w of Charles st 
Haslett James jr. grocer, Frederick st dw s w corner Exeter 

and e Water st 
Haslett Tiiomas, grocer, 17 Alice Anna st 
Haslup Jesse, coach spring maker, Aisquith st s of Orleans 

shop Harrison st n of Baltimore 
Haslup Elizabeth, shopkeeper, York st e of Charles 
Haslup Rezin, blacksmith, Holliday st n of Saratoga 
Haslup John, coach smith, Davis near Saratoga st dw Hillen 

st 2 doors \v of East st 
Hasson and Hanlan, grocers and commission merchants Pratt 

st head of Bowly's wharf 
Hasson John, of above firm, dw corner Stiles and Exeter sts 
Hastings James, grocer, Eutaw st s of Franklin 
Hatch Miss C. E. milliner, Franklin st w of Pine 
Hatch Nathaniel, cordwainer, Chesnut alley w of Pine st 
Hatch Mrs. Sarah, milliner. 149 Bond st 
Hatcheson John, clerk, Montgomery st e of Light 
Hatchison Benj. cordwainer, 35 Market st f p 
Hathaway John, Lombard st e of Eutaw 
Hatton Mary, Wilk st 1 door e of Caroline 
Hatton Hagerty, painter, Pinkney st e of Bond 
Hatton Ellen, sempstress, 30 Low st 
tHatton Lydia, Davis st near Bath 
Haubert John, blacksmith, 128 n Howard st 
Haughey Thos K. temperance grocer, n w corner Pearl and 

Mulberry sts 
Haupt Matthias, tobacconist, Eutaw st n of Saratoga 
Haupt Elizabeth, segar maker, 111 Eutaw st 
Hauppold Daniel, instrument maker, Burgundy alley near 

Lunn's Lane 
Haurande John, tailor, 9 Second st 
Haus Matthias, Sarah Ann st near Cove 
Hausmeyer Wm. 9 Lancaster st 

Haushh John, liquor store Wilk st 1 door e of Spring st 
Hauzpel Manfred, Fleet st e of Bond 
Havlin Peter, grocer, cor Monument and Sterling st 
Hawkins Samuel, foundry man. Sugar al e of Charles st 
Hawkins Horatio B. carpenter, Eden st s of Pratt 
Hawkins Chas. H. carpenter, cor Spring and Pinkney sts 
Hawkins Edward, shoemaker, Apple al s of Baltimore st 
Hawkins Enoch, cordwainer, Harford Avenue [st 

Hawkins Wm firm of Henry and co. dw Frederick n of Second 
Hawkins Bridget, sempstress, 102 Dugan's wharf 2nd floor 
Hawkins Richard Cove st n of Baltimore 
tHawkins Peter, drayman, Hanover n of Montgomery st 
tHawkins Frederick, sawyer, Bond n of Pratt st 
tHawkins Richard, sawyer, Park st e of Schroeder 
tHawkins Levin, waiter, Pine st s of Mulberry 
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tHawkins Clarissa, washer, Pierce st \v of Pearl 

tUavvkins Georgp, (Irayinan, ForretJt si n of Douglass 

Hawlevv Desire, boiirdiiijjf house, 98 Iiiiiiuvv st , 

Hay Jesse, laborer, B.ilt. si \v of Amit}- [Chrrhs sis 

Hayden H. H and Sons, snrgeon dt^niists, cor Mulbciry and 

Hayden Mrs I'^lizabHih Penn av n of Biddle bt 

Hayes John L. n Gay near Fayeite st 

Hayes Lewis, shoemaker, 30 Ann st 

Hayes Timothy, laborer, Ann st s of Fleet 

Hayes Susan, 43 Thames st. 

Hayes Godfrey laborer. Mulberry st e of Cove 

Hayes John, iiouse and si<»n paitjter, 22 Fayeite st 

Hayes Robert, tobacconist, L. Sharp st s of Lexington 

Hays John, waterman. 9-3 Fleet st 

Hays John, painter and glazier, Marion st w of Park 

Hays Simeon, Baltimore house, 18 Mercer st 

Hays John, senr. shoemaker, Mercer st e of Grant 

Hays liobt. laborer. Cove st bet Franklin and Pearce 

Hays Harriet, 37 Pearl st [near Centre 

Hiys Wm. grocer, cor Howard and Franklin sts dw Howard 

Hays David, Howard n of Franklin 

Hays Martha, widow, 35 n High st 

Hayman James, segar maker, High near Gay st 

Hayne Mrs. A. B. maniua maker, Canal st near McElderry 

Haynie John, pilot, Ann st n of Gough 

Hay ward E and co dry goods store, 47 n Howard st 

Hay ward Jf»hn H. hat nianufactory, 22 Centre Market space, 

dw 12 Pitt st 
Hayward Geo. M. stove maker, firm of Hayward and Friend, 

cor Light and Mercer sts dw Aisquith s of Madison st 
tHayward John, labourer. Strawberry alley n of Wilk st 
Hayward John, clerk, dw 19 German st 
Haywood John B. painter, 10 Molt st 
tHaywood Edward, laborer, Lerew's Alley n of Saratoga st 
Hazard John, blacksmith, no 5 Bank lane 
tHazard Harriet Williamson Alley near Light st 
Hazel Henrv, s Howard near Baltimore st 
Hazel hurst Frances, Franklin st e of Pine 
Hazelip Mrs. Ann, second hand clothing store, no37 Second st 
Head Margaret, tailoress, Baltimore st e of Poppleton 
Headline Henerick, Tyson al e of Tyson st 
Heald Jacob and co. tobacco store, 44 s Gay st 
Heald Jacob, tobacconist, 81 Gay st dw e Baltimore st between 

Exeter and East sts 
Heald William, tobacconist, 19 Centre Market Space, dw 27 

Piltst 
Healey R'^v. J no. Baltimore st w of Caroline 
Hpalpy Jno. rigger, 9 Bond st 
IHealy Alexander, waterman, Wilk st e of Caroline 
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Director foT ia37. HEN 

Heaps Benj. spinner, Rock st n of Lexington 
Heard John, grocer, cor Forest st and Hull's Lane 
Hearst Conrad, baker, carpenter's Alley- 
Heath hon. Upton S. Judge district court, U. S. dw St. Paul's 

st s of Mulberry 
tHeath Lucy, washer, Conway w of Howard st 
Heavener John F. carpenter. Mulberry st e of Cove 
Hebb John, pilot, Ann st sof Bank 
Hebbern Samuel, confectioner, 28 Fayette st 
Hebden Wm. stone nnason, Lancaster st near Caroline 
Hebrews Stephen B. dyer, 20 Lexington st 
Heckrotte Wm. tavern, cor Charles and Camden sts 
Heckrotte Wm. dw Conway st e of Charles 
Hedeman Henry, tavern, 73 Pratt st 

Heddinger Catherine, widow, cor Hampstead and Caroline sts 
Hedmenn Henry, grocer, 41 s Charles st 
Hedrick Wm. carpenter, Albemarle st s of Fawn 
Hedrick Richard, sweep master, lOl Aisquith st 
Heffner Edward, plaisterer, Montgomery st e of Charles 
Heginbotham C. &. J. A. tailors, 35 Ann st dw Argyle alley 

near Alice Anna st 
Heer Frederick, victualler, French st near Bath 
Heible Augustus, laborer. Constitution st near French 
Heighe B. M. office St. Paul's st dw Mulberry st 
Heilburn Michael, clock and watch maker, Gay st adjoining 

bridge 
Heilburn Andrew, weaver, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
Heineken and Schumaker, importers of German Goods, no 

34 s Charles st 
Heineken C A. dw Charles st n of Hambleton 
Heiner Rev. Elias, Second st next door to German Reformed 
Heinrecy August, grocer, 79 Harrison st [Church 

Heirn John, Argyle Alley s of Alice Anna st 
Helfrich George, wheelwright, 132 n Howard st 
Helmling Anthony, block and pump maker, Lee st between 

Charles and Light sts 
Helms Isabella, shoe binder, Peach alley n side 
tHelmsly James, waterman Hill st near Charles 
Helsby Solomon S. cordwainer, no 9 Molt st 
Helvick George, grocer, Penn. av. n of Franklin st 
Hemmick Joseph, cordwainer, cor Sharp and Lee sts 
Hemmley John, labourer, Liberty alley near jaiL 
Hemphill Mrs. Rachel, Pinkney st e of Spring 
tHemsley Chas. labourer, Perry st e of Eutaw 
Hemsley Joshua, carter, Marion w of Park st 
Hench Mrs Sarah, dry goods dealer, 4 Liberty st 
Henderson John W. cordwainer, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Henderson Wm. carter. Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
Henderson Benj. cordwainer, Biddle st s of Penn avenue 
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Henderson Henry, biscuit baker, cor Pratt and Patterson sts 

dw Camden e of Hanover st 
Henaerson David, carpenter, Orleans st e of Caroline 
Henderson George G. collector, Orleans st w of Aisquith 
Henderson John, block and pump maker, 71 Prat-, st dw 

Stiles e of Hi<»h st 
Henderson John, block and pump maker, 21 Fell st dw cor 

Stiles and s High st 
Henderson Wm. stone cutter, Exeter st n of Fawn 
Henderson Anthony, Canal st near Gough 
Henderson VVm. boarding house, McElderry's wharf 
Henderson Mrs. Water st e of Centre Market space 
Henderson Andrew F. High st opposite Plowman 
Henderson James A. rope store, Pratt st near Commerce, dw n 

Gay near Mott si. rope walk cor Harf av and point road 
Henderson Mrs. Mary, shoe binder, rear of 100 Dugan's whf 
Henderson Dr. Thomas, Park st n of Mulberry 
Hendrickson Henry, cabinet maker, German st w of Pearl 
Heneman widow, Pleasant st near Calvert 
Hennaman Isaac, blacksmith, Buren st near Monument 
Hennanan Isaac, blacksmith. Perry st e of Howard 
Hennick John C. superintendent of streets, 70 n Exeter st 
Hennmg Elizabeth, cor Saratoga st and Lerew's alley 
Henning Elizabeth, Eager al n of Saratoga st 
Hennings Jeremiah, cordwainer. 57 s Howatd.si 
Henrix Edward G. cabinet maker, Orleans st w of Canal 
Henreckle George, cooper, Pratt st w of Howard 
Henry Mrs. Ann, 40 Centre Market Space 
Henry John, boot and shoe manufacturer, Harford av 
Henry David, rope maker, Hanover st s of Sugar alley 
Henry David, fisherman, Pratt st bridge 
Henry John, grocer, Ensor st n of Monument 
Henry Isaac, huckster, Park lane e of Amity st 
Henry Wm. merchant, dw Green st n of Lexington 
Henry Wm. and co. auctioneers and commission merchant?, 

26 s Charles st 
Henry Nancy, sempstress, Douglass st bet Aisquith and Forest 
Henry Thomas, Granby st opposite Gough 
tHenry Richard, laborer, Green st s of Pratt 
+Henry Samuel, drayman, Union st n of Penn av 
Henshall James G. clerk, Holland st w of Harford run 
Henshaw Rev. J. P K. Sharp s of German st 
Henson John, ml. dw Mulberry e of Park st 
Henson Jacob, labourer, Eastern Shore row near Conway st 
tHenson James, labourer, Frederick st near Etna lane 
f Henson John, blacksmith, Hanover s of Hughes st 
tHenson Nathan, porter, Run al s of Saratoga st 
tHenson Patty, washer. Perry e of Eutaw st 
tHenson Harriet, sempstress, Camden e of Howard 8t 
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Director for 1837 HIC 

tHenson James, blacksmith, Honey al \v of Hanover st 
Herbert Mrs, corner Bath and Davis sts 
Hergesheimer & Ramsey, blacksmiths, Thames e of Ann st 
Hergesheimer, Charles, blacksmith, Lancaster e of Ann st 
Hergesheimer Christopher, ship smith dw Shakspeare e of 

Bond, shop Thames e of Philpot st 
Herget John, cordwainer, 36 Franklin st 
Heritage Thomas, Caroline s of Bank 
Herling G. grocer, cor Honey al and Charles at 
Herm Francis, carpenter, Canton st 
Herman Thomas, carpenter, George st w of Penn av 
Herman F. tavern, corner Park and Fayette sts 
Herold Peter, rigger, 53 e Fleet st 
Heron Alexander, dry goods mt. s w cor Bait and C. Market 

space, dw l8 Bait st 
Herr J. and A. H. com mis. 91 and 93 Bowley's wharf 
Herring Charles W. mariner, 11 Shakspeare st 
Herrmg David, collector, Albemarle s of Pratt st 
Herring Abby, dress maker, Monument near Forest st 
Herring Henry, lumber mt. 4 Aisquith st 
Herring Wm. liquor store, Camden bet Charles and Light sts 
Herring John L. tobacconist, 17 Centre Market space 
Hersch Martin, glass blower, Fed. hill opposite Telegraph 
Hertz Tobias, pedlar, 25 Fleet st 
Hess Conrad, tinner, Thames vv of Market st 
Hess Samuel, carpenter, Wagon al w of Howard st 
Hess Drs. F. and H. Herman, 41 South st 
Hetzler John, paver, Orleans e of Caroline st 
Heuen Scott, printer, Bath w of North st 
Hevener, Samuel, confectioner, s e cor Mulberry and Eutaw 
Hewell Lewis, toijacconist, cor Hill and Charles sis 
Hewes Joseph, oak cooper, corner German and Green sts 
Hewes R. T 44 Eutaw st 
Hewitt mrs Sarah, Salisbury e of Lloyd st 
Hewitt Elmer, tanner and curier, 47 Centre Market space 
Hewitt John H. teacher of music, 38 n Gay st 
Hewlett John Q. leather mt. 19 Water st dw 38 Eutaw st 
Heyburn Henry, cordwainer, Cove n of Franklin st 
Hibner John, lock and gun smith, n Gay near Saratoga st dw 

Gallows hill 
Hickew Saml. carpenter, Albemarle s of Wilk st 
Hickley Robt. produce dealer, sw cor Eutaw & Franklin sts dw 

68 Saratoga st 
Hickley Robt. J. hat manufacturer, 42 n Howard at 
Hickley Mrs. Susanna, widow, 102 n High st 
Hickman Nathaniel, bookseller and stationer, 86 w Bait st dw 

e Baltimore w of Aisquith st 
Hickman Lawrence, cooper, n Gay st near Belle Air Market 
Hickman Henrv, chairmaker, East near Hillen st 
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HIL Matchett's Baltimore 

Hickman Isaac, cordvvaiiier, Fish Market space 
Hickman Fanny, Poller e of Low st 
Hickman Abraham, labourer, McElderr)' e of Aisquiih st 
Hicklar Clement, harness maker, Eutaw n of Mulberry st 
Hicks George, waterman, 13 Bond st 
Hicks mrs Margaret, Gough e of Eden st 
Hicks Mary, Conway e of Howard 
Hicks Elizabelli, Mulberry e of Pine «t 
Hicks George, grocer, 59 Aisquiih st 
tHicks Horace, waller, St. Paul n of Hamilton st 
Hickslev Wm J. carpenter, n Gay near Aisquiih st 
Hickson John, hat manu. 71 n Howard st 
Higginhotiian Thomas, cor Hanover and Perry sts 
Higginbothan C. & J. A. 35 Ann st dw Argyie al near Alice 
Higgins Hannah, Bishop lane near VVilk st [Anna st 

Higgins Edward, confectioner, 38 Pratt st 
HiiriTins Mrs Susanna, Orleans st e of Caroline 
Higfh William, jr. painter, Eutaw si n of Conway 
Hjcrh Jame.s, paiater. Park lane w of Schroeder st 
Hiirh Wil!i;nn, painter, Union st s of Ross 
Hijrh Saniuel, {)ainter. Pierce st e of Cove 
Hi<yh David, bricklayer, Biddle alley s of Ross st 
High Josej)!), painter, Columbia si. w of Green 
~Hi<?h James, carter, Low sts of Aisquith 
tHi^h Julia, Mill st near Pratt 
Highani^ John, lime store, Eutaw st n of Saratoora 
Hitrhe Mrs. 101 Hanover st 

Higher Jacob, labourer, French st 2il door from Potter 
tHight David, labourer, Forest st opposite Penitentiary 
Hii^nat John, brickmaker, Columbia st extended 
IHilary, Ambrose, barber, Water st near Centre Market space 
Hilberg William, merchant tailor, 4 s Calvert st 
Hilbert Henry, currier, Fayette st w of Pearl 
Hilbrich George, wheelwright, Market st extended, f. p. 
Hildebrant John, printer, cor Pearl st and Park lane 
Hildebrandt Henry, shoe maker, 44 Hill st 
Hill Thos. G. agent S. & W. Meteer, 198 Balimore st. dw Front 
>Iill Samuel, baker, Gernian st w of Liberty [st s of Low- 

Hill Alexander, grocer, s e cor Concord and Pratt sts. dw Gough 
Hill Mrs Catherine, Gouiih st s ofPr^tt 
Hill William, watchman, Bond st s of Pratt 
Hill Mrs Lucinda, boardiag house, Holliday st s of Pleasant tf 
Hill. John H. boot and shoe manufacturer, 12 n Gay st. dw cor 
Hiil Dr. John, 68 s Charles st [Saratoga Gay st.s 

Hill Mrs. sempstress, Cove st s of Sarah Ann 
Hill Mrs Jane, sempstress, Pearl si s of Lexington 
Hill Rev. Stephen P. pastor of 1st Baptist church, Park st n o. 
Hill William A. cordwainer, Peach alley s side [Mulberry 

Hill Joshua, watchman, Hampstead st w of Strawberry alley 

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Hill Henrietta, washer, East st n of Halfmoon alley 

tHill William, waterman, Wilk st w of Strawberry alley 

IHill London, carter. Hill st w of Sliarp 

tHill Thomas jr. carter. Welcome alley n of Sharp st 

|Hill Henry C. cordwainer, Frederick st neajj Gay 

tHill Pipen, porter, Saratoga st near Gay 

jHill William, labourer, French lane near Charles st 

tHill Leah, washer, German st w of Perin 

Hillard Cnpt John, mariner, 8 Ann st 

Hillard Benjimin, dw e Prait st w of Albemarle 

Hillen Solomon jr. attornev at law, office Fayette st near St. 

Hillen John, 54 Pitt st ' [Paul's, dw 23 Front st 

Hillard Benjamin F. firm of Kettlcwell, Wilson & Hillard, dw 

Prait st w of Albemarle 
t Hillard Thomas, drayman, Ross st s of Mulberry 
Hilman John, grocer, cor Carpenter's alley and Eutaw st 
Hilt Georire, cordwainer, Baltimore st w of Cove 
Hilton Lvdia, sempstress, Potter st w of Douglass 
Hilton Wiilinm W. tailor, Baltimore st e of Lloyd 
1 H.lton William, hackman, n Howard st s of Saratoga 
Hindes .Joseph, hatter, 17 Sterling st 

Hindes James, bricklayer, Lombard st e of Paca [Courtland 

Hindes Moses, currier, Water st near South, dw Pleasant st e ot 
Hindes Samuel, hat manufacturer, Gay st near the bridge 
Hindes Rosanna, victualler, Barre st e of Howard 
Hindes Anthony, labourer, Long lane n of Qrleans st 
Hindes John, bricklayer, Sharp st s of Conway 
Hinecker Frederick H. seirar maker, w Pratt st 2d door from 
tHiner Samuel, butcher, Piil st e of Eden [Concf)rd 

tHiner Mrs Rebecca, Pittst w of Market 
Ilines Mrs Kesiah, 43 Pitt st 

Hines Isaac, book keeper at Merchants' Bank, Green st s ei' 
Hinkle William, tavern, 59 Water st [Cedar alley 

Hinkle Charles, tavero, 11 Franklin st 
Hinkle Unis, carpenter, Union st s of Ross 
Einkley Edward, attorney at law, office Charles st. dw Fayette 
tHinnut George, Salisbury st e of Lloyd [e of Cove 

Hinson Mrs Mary J. Eden st near Bank 
Hinson Nnthaniel, clerk, 25 n Frederick st 
Hinson Ellen, boartling house, 5 Potter st 
Hinson Joseph, drayman, East st s of Douglass 
tlIi;ison Eliza, Hard avenue near Madison st 
tHinson Isaac, drayman, Forest s of Orleans 
THinson Perry, sawyer, Lerew's alley s of Frankhn st 
Hinton Thomas, saddler, 34 n High st 
Hintze Dr. F. E. B. office and dw 15 s Gay st 
Hirst John, oyster house, McClellan's alley near Baltimore st 
Hiser, William R. miller, Belviderc road near bridge 
Hiser Samuel, deputy sherifii Bidtlle 81 e ot Pen. avenue 
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HOF Matchett's Baltimore 

Hisey Hensey, carter, Cross near William st 

Hisky J piano fort manufacturer, 6 s Calvert st 

Hiss Catherine, (grocer, Saraiotra e of Schroeder 

iliss Jesse L. chair Maker, Exeter s of Pratt 

Hiss Philip, cabinet maker, 67 Fayette st 

Hiss &. Austin, cabinet ware room, 69 Fayette st 

Hiss Thomas D. cabinet maker, Pratt st e of Sharp 

Hiss Jacob jr. fancy chair manufacturer, 37 s Gay st. d\r 

Exeter st n of Baltimore 
Hiss Benjamin, currier, Henrietta e of Charles st 
Hiss Nicholas, carpenter, Lloyd st s of Salisbury 
Hissey Archibald, labourer, Holland st extended 
Hissey Jane, semplress. Eager alley w side 
Hitchcock Mrs Elizabeth, French st near Potter 
Hitchcock Mrs Elizabeth, s e cor Bond & Wilk sts 
Hitchcock J.)siah, blacksmith, s e cor Bond and Wilk sla 
Hitchens James, stevadore, Wilk st vv of Caroline 
tHitchens John, Strawberry alley near Fleet st 
tHite William, carter, Strawberry alley near Wilk st 
Hiter Walter, mathematical instrument maker, 7 Lexinofton si 
Hitzelberi^er Joseph, stone cutter, Richmond st near Howard 
Hitzelberger Dr. Francis, Saratoga st near Gay 
Hitzelberger John, Park st n of Mulberry 
Hitzelberi^er Peter, morocco dresser. Gay st near Saratoga, dw 

Aisquith st s of McElviery 
Hitzelberger Hannah, Tyson st n ot Richmond 
Hiverley Henry, victualler. Light st extended 
Hixon Henry, weaver, Lerew's alley extended 
Hixon Job, Frederick st near Baltimore 
Hobb Ann, huxter, Edea st n of Baltimore 
Hobb.s Littleton, stevadore, Thames st 1 door from Market 
Hobbs George, Bond st n of Gough 
Hobbs Nicholas, huckster. Neighbour st 

Hobbs Samuel, carpenter, Paca st n of Mulberry, dw George st 
Hobbs James, watchman, Eutavvst n of Mulberry, [e of Pine 
Hobbs Mrs Ann, Exeter st betw Bakimore and Pitt 
Hoburg WiUiam, carpenter, cor Eden st and Union alley 
Hoddinott Simon, hardware merchant. Gay st 2J door s of Front 
Hodges Benjamin M. Lexington st e of Charles ^ 
Hodges B. O. & Co. bedding mart, cor Lombard ai»d Lifjht sts 
Hodges B K. portrait painter, dw do [dw opp corner 

Hodcres E. dress and cloak maker, cor Columbia and Paca sts 
Hodges John, bricklayer. Cross st e of Light 
Hodgkinso > John, chair factory, S2 Hanover st 
ILidffskey Mrs Ann, Courtland st near Saratoga 
Hoey John, turnkey at jail, dw Burenstnear Monument 
Hoff Lewis, grocer, L. Sharp st s of Lexington, dw Mulberry si 
Hoff John ISI. grocer, corSharp'and Lexington sts [w of Paca 
Hjffman Frederick, shoemaker, 16 Pratt ste of Market space 
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Director for 1937. HOK 

Hoffman Lawrence, carpenter, Wagon alley w of Park st 

Hoffman Samuel, cor Franklin and Charles sts 

Hoffman John, 23 Hanover st 

Hoffman Peter, office and dwelling, cor St. Paulas and Hexinf;toa 

Hoffman John C. merchant tailor, 2 Holliday st 

Hoffman Christopher, victualler, York avenue 

Hoffman Mrs Mary, lailoress. East st near Ensor 

Hoffman &. Dobbin, attorneys at law, Courtland s of Saratoga 

Hoffman D.iviJ, of above firm, dw Courtland st s of Saratoga 

Hoffman Samuel O. dw n w cor Lexinjxton and Courtland sts 

Hoffman John, wholesale grocery, Euiaw st n of Carpenter alley 

Hoffman Casper, carpenter, Pine st n of Fayette 

Hoffman Daniel, Fayette st w of Pine 

Hoffman John, watchman, Chalsworth st s of Chesnut alley 

Hoffman Jeremiah, Franklin st e of Pine 

Hoffman , bricklayer, Fayette st w of Green 

Hoffman George W. sugar refiner, 62 Eutaw st. dw Eutaw st a 
Hoffman Desire, teacher, cor Paca and New sts [of Saratoga 
Hoffman Lewis, labourer, Greenwillow st s of Penn. avenue 
Hoffman Aaron, victualler, Pennsylvania avenue n of Preston st 
Hoffman Jeremiah, cedar cooper. Orchard st s of Ross 
Hoffman Henry, carpenter, Paca st s of Lombard 
Hoffman Charles, clothing merchant, 5 n Howard st 
Hoffman Daniel 8c Co. grocers, 1 s Howard st 
Hoffman &, Baughman, wholesale dry goods merchants, 272 w 

Baltimore st 
Hoffman George, dw cor Cathedral and Franklin sts 
Hoffman Dr. R. Franklin st w of Charles 
Hoffman Jacob, currier, Hanover st s of Montg;omery 
Hoffman & Co. commission merchants, 5 n Charles st 
Hoffman G B. &, Brothers, dry goods merchants, s Charles st 

dw 18 Franklin 
Hoffman mrs Mary A. Hill steof Hanover 
Hoffman Daniel, butcher, Monument st w of Spring 
Huffman mrs Margaret, tavern, fish market space s side 
Hoffineister &. Thierman, importers Germai» Goods, 8 n Eutaw 
Hogan Joseph, weaver, Pierce si w of Chatsworth 
Hogan Joana, Saratoga st court near Holliday st 
Hogan John, sup. White's distillery, Holliday st n of Bath 
Hogg James, boarding house, 44 n Front st 
Hogg Wm. clerk, Pearl st s of Lexington 
Hogg James S. Exeter st n of Water 
Hogg John, grocer, 13 Saratoga st 
Hogg James, carpenter, Centre st e of Howard 
Hogg C. carpenter, cor North and Pleasant, dw 3 doors below 
Hogg John, carpenter, Hillen st 2 doors from Poller 
Hoggner Fielder, tinner. 4') Eutaw st 
tHoker Vietta, washer. Canal st near Orleans 
{Hoker Tobias, labourer, Canal st near Orleans 
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HOL MatcheWs Baltimore 

Holbrook Capt John D. 7 Fountain row Spring bl 

Holbrook Jacob, boot and shoe manufacturer, 63 Harrison st 

Holbrook Patrick, grocer, cor Gay and Forest sts 

Holbrook Capt. Joseph, Baltimore st e of I.loyd 

Holden Joseph K. morocco dresser, 11 n High st 

Holder! mrs Ann, sempstress, High st near Hillen 

Holden mrs. Apple al n of Shakspeare st 

Holland VVm. constable, Mulberry st e of Eutavv 

Holland Elizabeth, bookfolder, Eutaw st s of Franklin 

Holland Philip, labourer, Camden st w of Howard 

Holland Joseph, carpenter, 76 Liberty st 

Holland John, bricklayer, Aisquith st s of Madison 

Holland Catherine, widow, Caroline st n of Baltimore 

Holland James, clerk, Albemarle st n of Stiles 

Holland Littleton, jeweller, l3 St Paul's st 

Holland George, victualler, Harford avenue 

Holland Joshua, boot and shoe manufacturer, 40 n Gay st 

Holland James, tailor, n Gay st near Mott 

Holland John, gas maker, East st near French 

Holland Jesse, cooper, Commerce st s of Pratt 

tHolland Denby, labourer, West st extended 

tHolland Solomon, waterman, Happy al w of Gough st 

tHolland Jane, washer, Hull's lane e of Friendship st 

Hollct Cornelius, carter, Rock st s of Saratoga 

Holley George, labourer, Columbia st e of Howard 

Holliday Benjamin, carter, Biddle al s of Ross st 

Holliday mrs Frances, sempstress, 3 Constitution st 

Holliday John, carpenter, Canton 

Holliday nirs Ruth, milliner, 29 Harrison st 

tHolliday Enoch, waiter, Sliarp st n of Lexington 

t Holliday Harriet, Apple al s of Baltimore st 

Hollingsburgh John, carter. Park lane e of Pine st 

Hollingshea(i Francis, Lee st w of Hanover 

Hollingshead John, Hill st w of Charles 

Hollingsworlh Elizabeth, Franklin st w of Pearl 

Hollingsworth & Co. grocers, cor George st and Penn. avenue 

Hollingsworlh mrs Mary, 8 Saratoga st 

Hollii'-gsworth Mrs. Saratoga st w of Charles 

tHollingsworth Abraham, labourer, St. Paul's st n of Hamilton 

Hollins Win. Fayette st 3 doors e of Calvert 

HoHins Robt. S. Si^c'y. Baltimore and Susquehanna Rail Road 

office, Second st near Gay, dw Frederick n of Second 
Hollins John S. proprietor Washington Cotton factory, Water 

st near exchange 
Hollins Eliza, widow, Armistead st e of Strawberry al 
Hollins Lieut. George N. Aisquith st n of Holland 
tHollins Mary, teacher, L. Sharp st s of Barnet 
tHollins Patty, Apple alley near Wilk st 
Hollis James, carpenter, Pine st n of Mulberry 
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Director for 1837. HOO 

Hollis Charles, agent for Christian Advocate and Temperance 

Herald, Prait st w of Charles 
Hv)IIoway George, s e cor Eutaw and Lombard sts 
Holloway Wm. druggist, 284 w Baltimore st 
Holloway Robl. clock and watch maker, 115 High st 
Holmes Jas. weaver, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
Holmes R. sexton 1st Baptist ch. Carpenter's al e of Paca st 
Holmes Elizabeth, tavern, cor Liberty and Park sts 
Holmes Richard, coachmaker, Hanover sts of Montgomery 
Holmes James, Charles st s of West 
Holmes mrs Lydia, milliner, Front st s of Baltimore 
Holmes VVm. blacksmith, 91 e Fleet st 
Holmes mrs Sarah, Caroline st s of Wilk 
Holmes Thomas, mariner, 10 Bank st 

Holmes Mrs. 74 s Howard st [ing Bellzhoover's hotel 

Holmes Moses, lottery and exchange broker, Light st adjoin- 
Holmes & Son, dentists, Lexington st e of Courlland 
Holmes John, labourer, Harford avenue 
Holmes James, porter, 60 s Howard st 
Holste Peter, drawing academy, Barnet st w of Charles 
Holt George H. hat man'r, 8 Pratt st dw Coiumbia near Green 
Holier Lewis, cedar cooper, cor Calvert and Mercer sts and 
Holton David, porter.Paca st s of Fayette [Gay near Front 
Holts John, brass founder, Granby st w of Harford run 
Holtz Catherine, nurse, 42 Orleans st 
Holtz Christian, hatter, 7 Lexington st 
Holtz Emanuel, paper hanger, Forest st w of Harford run 
Holtz Christian, cor Wilk st and Apple alley 
Holtzman Thomas, porter, Pearl st s of Saratoga 
Holtzman George, tailor, Lemrnon st w of Paca 
Homan Isaac S. clerk, Charles st n of Lee 
Honey widow, cor Park st and Ivy alley 
Honslon John, cordwainer. Poller st n of Gay 
Hoof Conrad, Apple al near Lancaster st 
Hoofnogel Wm. moulder, Armistead lane e of Light st 
Hoofnogle John, liquor store, cor York and Williams sts 
Hoogewerff J. J. consul for the Netherlands, cor Second and 

Gay sts dw St Paul's n of Pleasant 
Hook Henry, painter. Pearl st s of Lexington 
Hook Capt. Joseph, Senr. Green st n of Lexington 
Hook Elizabeth, mantua maker, cor Eager al and Snraloga st 
Hook Joseph, Jr. Chatsworth st opposite Greenwillow 
Hook John, tailor, Madison st e of Howard 
Hook Henry, house and sign painter, 43 Lexington st 
Hook Enoch, hatter, Ensor st near Monument 
Hoop Peter, labourer. Hill st near Williams 
Hoop Jacob, Caroline st n of Fleet 
Hooper Edward, mariner, 72 Bond st 
Hooper James, tailor, 4 Bond st dw 72 do 
Hi 



HOP MatchetVs Baltimore 

Hooper Themas, cooper, Alice Anna st e of Caroline 

Hooper Wm. sailmaker, High st s of Fawn 

Hooper Capt. John, Gough st s of Carohne 

Hooper Wm carpenter, Lexington st w of Cove 

Hooper James J. Barre st w of Hanover 

Hooper Robert, accountant, dw Conway st e of Charles 

Hooper Samuel, sea captain, Aisquith st n of Monument 

Hooper mrs Eliza, ladies' doctress, Caroline st near Orleans 

Hooper Wm. drayman, Caroline st s of Orleans 

Hooper Wm. sailmaker, 53 e Water st 

Hooper James, Charles st n of Lee 

Hooper I. P. n3erchant, dw Charles st s of Barre 

Hooper Capt. Thomas, Charles st s of Henrietta 

Hooper J. & Sous, grocers, 16 Light st wharf 

Hooper Capt. James, 75 Bond st 

Hooper A. painter, n Gay st near East dw n Gay near MoU 

Hooper James, carpenter, n Gay st near Belle Air market 

Hooper Thomas, oak cooper, Hillen st e of Front 

tHooper L Hill st w of Sharp 

tHooper James, waterman, Hill st near Charles 

tHooper Elizabeth, Spring st w of Gough 

tHooper John, waterman, Caroline st s of Wilk 

IHooper Nancy, Caroline si s of Wilk 

tHooper R. teamster, Columbia ste of Paca 

Hoover Henry, grocer, n e cor Baltimore and Amity sts 

Hoover Francis, butcher, Columbia st extended 

Hoover George, butcher, Columbia st e of Cove 

Hope Daniel, brush maker, 50 Pratt st 

Hopkins John, merchant, Franklin st e of St Paul's 

Hopkins Samuel, firm of Hopkins & Brothers, dw St Paul's st 

near Franklin 
Hopkins T. W. & Co. grocers and com. mts. 1 Light st wharf 
Hopkins Wm M. dry goods merchants, 101 Baltimore street 
Hopkins mrs Ann, Bond street 1 door n of Wilk 
Hopkins William, Water street near Concord 
Hopkins Tl)omas, pilot, Alice Anna street w of Wolf 
Hopkins Green, 12 Philpot street 
Hopkins mrs Eliza, Pinkney st near Apple alley 
Hopkins G. T. dw Sharp street s of Pratt 
Hopkins Basil, Lexington street w of Charles 
Hopkins John W. Cove st s of Pierce 
Hopkins E. & Co. 60i Lexington st 
Hopkins Richard, exchange broker, 25 Pitt st 
Hopkins Charlotte, 61 Pitt street 

Hopkins James, watchman, Pitt st e of Strawberry alley 
Hopkins James, cor Exeter and Granby 
tHopkins Tamar, washer. French lane near Charles st 
Hoppe Justus, justice of the peace, 43i Water st near Freder- 
ick, dw 53 Hanover 
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Horace David, fisher, Hull's lane e of Friendship st 
Horan John, carpenter, Pilt st 2 doors e of High 
Horn Christian, grocer, cor Sterling and Madison sts 
Horn Henry, painter, 69 s Eutaw st 
Horn Jacob, dry goods merchant, 59 n Howard st 
Horn George L. York st between Light and Charles 
Horn Wm. carpenter, e Baltimore st betw Caroline &, Spring 
Home Thoma«!, bricklayer, Comet st w of Aisquith 
Horner Abel, carpenter, Cl'iarles st s of Henrietta 
Horner Absalom, waierman, Lancaster st e of Argyle alley 
Hornbeck Jacob, shoemaker, Alice Anna st w of Bond 
Horney Samuel, ship carpenter, U Philpot st 
Homey Edw. shoemaker, Pinkney st e of Market 
tHorsey Dennard, labourer, Guilford al w of Light st 
Horshman Luke, waterman, s e cor C. market sp. & Water st 
Horstmann Charles, grocer, cor Wilk st and Happy alley 
Horton Eliza, widow, 59 Pitt st 
Horton John S. engraver, 132 Baltimore st 
Horritz Dr. Jonas, n e cor Eutaw and Saratoga sts 
Hose Capt. John F. cor Water and High sts 
Hossebaugh Henry, seaman, cor Long al and New st 
Hossefross mrs Susan, Bond st n of Gough 
Hotenbaugh mrs Ann, East st between Ensor and Hillen 
Hotmier Henry, victualler, cor Penn. av. and Hoffman st 
Houck Henry, carpenter, Eutaw st s of Franklin 
Houck Jacob, laboratory and botanic panacea, 121 w Balto. st 
Hough, Hupp & Co com. mts. cor Pratt and Ellicott sts 
Hough Robert, of above firm, dw ll6 Hanover st 
Hough Jefferson, clock and watch maker, Pratt st near Charles 
Houlton Ruth, sempstress, Gist st 
House mrs Sarah, Water st near Concord 
House Saml. & Sons, lumber yard, cor Light and Barre sts 
House Saml. Jr. lumber merchant, s e cor Green & Mulberry 
House Samuel, lumber merchant, dw Camden st w of Charles 
House Samuel, Senr. dw cor Paca and Saratoga sts 
House Wm. A. lumber merchant, dw Camden st w of Charles 
House Jese, carpenter, cor Aisquith and Madison sts 
Houser Catherine, East st n of Douglass 
Houser Barbara, widow, 19 Pitt st 
Houser Jacob, milk seller, Light st extended 
Housten Wm. weaver, Preston sts of Ross 
Housten James, porter, Biddle st e of Penn. avenue 
Hover Capt. Wm. Bank st w of Bond 
Hovington capt Wm. Bank st w of Bond 
Howard James, Pine st n of Pierce 
Howard Sarah, nurse, Vine st w of Cove 
Howard Jno. P. mt. tailor, cor German & Liberty sts dw Green 
Howard Thomas, cordwainer, Union st s of Ross [s of German 
Howard Benjamin, carter^ s Eutaw st extended 
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HowanI James, hackman, Centre st w of Charles 

Howard mrs John, widow, Franklin st w of Charles 

Howard mrs Rebecca, 53 n Charles st 

Howard Mary, shop keeper. Potter st e of Low 

Howard Wm. shoemaker, Forest st w of Harlord run [Hilleri 

Howard Robert, com. mt. 1 O'Donnell's wf. dw cor Exeter and 

Howard Cornelius, ship joiner, Gough st near Stiles 

Howard James, carter, Goughste of Wolf 

Howard Robert, grocer, cor Hillen and Exeter dw Hillen J 

doors w of Exeter 
Howard Col. Benjamin C. Howard's park 
Howard John T. cordwainer, Canal near M Elderry st. 
Howard James, president Franklm Bank, dw Frederick s of 
Howard Charles, dw cor Monument and Charles sts [Balto. 
^Howard Gallons, labourer, German st w of Pine 
tHoward George, Howard st s of Pratt 
tHoward John, labourer, Columbia st e of Howard 
tHoward Edw. labourer, Honey al e of Hanover st 
tHoward Samuel, carter, Forest st n of Douglass 
tHoward Jacob, labourer, Long lane n of Orleans st 
tHoward Samuel, whitewasher, Lerew's al near Mulberry st 
tHoward Wm. carriage driver, East st near Ensor 
tHoward Samuel, labourer, Mechanics' court near High st 
tHoward Augustus, sawyer, Harford av near Madison st 
tHoward Nathan, labourer, Forest st near Ensor 
tHoward Charles, waiter, Davis st near Bath 
iHoward Sukey, Lerew's al n of Saratoga st 
tHoward Kitty, Inloes al w of Park st 
tHoward Hagar, Perry st w of Howard 
tHoward John, labouier, Strawberry al n of Pratt st 
tHoward James, caulker, Strawberry al near Pinkney st 
tHoward Wm. labourer, Strawberry al ? of Wilk st 
Howell W. & Son. mts. 46 s Gay st dw J. B. H.77 s Sharp 
Howell Abigail, dress maker, Eastst n of Douglass 
Howland Mrs. C. 22 n Frederick st 
Hozay Christopher, carter, Front st near Bath ^ 
Hubbard Thomas J. tailor, Franklin st w of Lerew s al 
Hubbard James, grocer, Orleans st e of Caroline 
Hubbard Elizabeth, shopkeeper. Potter st n of Douglas* 
Hubbard Mary, tavern, 60 w Pratt st 
Hubbard Peter, Granby st e of Gough 
Hubbard mrs Sarah, 16 Philpot st ^^ ^ „ 

Hubbard Samuel, carver. Bank st w of Strawberry alley 
Hubbard mrs Sarah, Bank st e of Strawberry al 
Hubbard Wm. ship joiner, 79 e Fleet st 
Hubbard Hugh, shoemaker, 85 e Fleet st 
Hubbard Henry, waterman, 93 e Fleet st , :„„,^ 

Hubbard James, ship carpenter, Fountam st e of Washingtoa 
Hubbard Edw. labourer, Wilk si w of Washington 



Director for 1837. HlJi; 

Hubbard VVm. waterman, Gough st 1 door e of Strawberry al 

Hubbard mrs Susan, Spring st s of Pratt 

Hubbard William, grocer, n Gay near Kxeler st 

Hubbard John, cordwainer, Mott near Sterling st 

Hubbard John, grocer, n Gay near Aisquith st 

Hubbard Daniel, fish inspector, York avenue 

Hubbell Ebnzr. brass founder, Liberty u of Bait dw 64 Liberty 

Hubbell Josiah, 55 s Sharp st 

Huble B , labourer, Buren near French st 

Hubley mrs Matilda, boarding house, s Gay st 

Hucorn Lliza, oyster cellar, cor Gay and Front dw next door 

Hudgins Charles, tobacconist, corner Conway and Green sts 

Hudgins William, tailor, Alice Anna e of Bond st 

Hudson David W. dw Gay st near the Bridge 

Hudson James, blacksmith, Lee e ot Sharp st 

1 Hudson p]dvvard, labourer, Canal near Orleans st 

tHudson W^illiam, caulker, Wolfs of Fleet st 

Huffman Jacob H. Perry w of Charles st 

Hugg Mary, widow. East st n of Half-moon al 

Hugg , engraver, Mott near Sterling st 

Huggett John, grocer and tavern, County whf f p 

Huggins John, hatter, Montgomery e of Light st 

Hughens John, Fleet st 2 doors from Apple al 

Hughes Mary G. boarding house, Stiles e of President 

Hughes John, cabinet maker, corner Bond and Bank sts 

Hughes Wm. chair maker, Caroline I door n of Bank st 

Hughes Patrick, s e corner Spring and Pratt streets 

Hughes Felix, labourer, Mulberry near Calvert st 

Hughes Aquilla D. watchmaker and Jeweller, G6i Bait st 

Hughes E. harness manu. Gay near Front dw Gay near Potter st 

Hughes Patrick, carter, corner, Monument and Forest streets 

Hughes John, tannerj York avenue 

Hughes mrs Ann, tavern. Water st near Centre Market space 

Hughes Thomas, Philadelphia road 

Hughes Philip, grocer, Saratoga e of Schrceder st 

Hughes Edward, lottery commissioner, Law buildings dw 

Franklin w of Pearl st 
Hughes Aquila, grocer and feed store, s w corner Eutaw and 

Saratoga streets 
Hughes John G. superintend, of R. Road, Green st s of Cedar al 
Hughes G. A, corner Charles and Hamilton sts 
Plughes John, cabinet maker, Hanover n of Camden st 
Hughes Michael, sexton St. James's ch. Monument e of Eden 
Hughes Granville, tailor, Aisquith n of Pitt st 
Hughes Joseph, clock and watch maker, 21 Pratt st 
Hughes Lewis M. com mt..&c cor Hollingsworth & Matthews 
Hughes Hugh C. T. grocer and com mt. 4 Dugan's wharf 
Hughes Vincent, fisherman. Concord sts of Fish Market space 
t Hughes James, fruit shop, near Saratoga st 
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tHughes Jonas, carter, Happy al s of Bank st 
tHughes Charles, labourer, Charles st s of West 
Hughston Joseph, carter, Happy al near Alice Anna st 
Htighston Thomas, coal inspector, office Pratt w of Paca 
Hugo Samuel B. hotel, n Gay near Baltimore street 
Huighc James S. butcher, Happy al s of Gough st 
Hull Robert firm of J. Hopidns & Hull,d\v Calvert s of Saratoga 
Hull Thomas, clerk in county clerk's office, 7 Low st 

" Hulls John, Glass oil and Paint store, 23 n Gay st 
Hulls Mary, widow, 115 Aisqiiith st 

Hulse John, dyer and scourer, n w cor Holliday & Saratoga sts 
Hulse Frederick, oak cooper, Henrietta near Light st 
Humane Impartial society, South street near Baltimore st. mrs 

Pinkersgill President 
Hume Wm. cabinet maker, Sharp s of Lexington st 

* Humes Thomas, grocer, corner High and Hi!|en sts 
Humes Conrad, weaver, Saratoga w of Covest 
Humphreys mrs Elizabeth Jane, grocer, 18 Lancaster st • 
Humphreys John, clerk, Hanover st s of Sugar al 
Humphreys Hugh, Calvert st hotel, 2 s Calvert st 
Humphreys Henry, boot and shoe maker, Light st s of Hill 
Humphreys Francis, baker, Canal near iMcEldcrry st 
tHumphreys Isaac, waterman, Guilford al near Light st 
Hune Henry C. ornamental painter & drawing master French 

near Bath street 
Hungerford William, wood corder, 91 s Paca st 
Hunt Wm. B. tailor, Paca s of Columbia st 
Hunt Andrew, barber, Hill w of Charles st 
Hunt John W. cordwainer, 56 n High st 

Hunt Samuel & Co. mt tailors, 14 s Calvert st dw 37 Courlland 
Hunt Benjamin W. cordwainer, Water e of Lloyd 
Hunt J. F. draper and tailor, 91 Pratt w of Howard st 
Hunt Jesse, city register, Fayette w of Charles st 
Hunt Adam, labourer, Falls av n of Pratt st 
Hunt Robert H. carpenter, Pinkney e of Bond st 
Hunt SamI mt. tador, 14 Calvert, dw Courlland s of Mulberry 
Hunt and Walsh, saddle trunk and harness manu. Ti? Bait st 
Hunt German, labourer, Johnson near Hui^hes st 
Hunter Capt. David, n w cor Alice Anna st and Strawberry al 
Hunter Ellen, Bond n of Pratt st 
Hunter Andrew, cardwainer, French near East st 
Hunter mrs Margaret, fruit shop, Hillen e of Forest st 
Hunter Joseph, 42 Alice Anna st 
Hunter James, stone cutter, Biddle w of Ross st 
Hunter Elizabeth, confectioner. Wagon a I w of Howard »i 
Hunter John, carpenter, Aisquith s of Orleans st 
Hunter Wm. rising sun tavern, n High st 

Hunter Janette H. Front n of Pitt st 

Huppman George, piano maker, 20 Light st 



Director for 1637. HYD 

Huppfield & Schrceder, importers ofGerman goods, 246 w Bait 

Huppman Val. saddler, C. Market sp 1 door s of Fish M. space 

Hupple James, bricklayer, Caroline s of Pratt st 

Hurdle George, bricklayer, Pinkney e of Caroline st 

Hurdfe Robert, cordvvainer, 6 Bahk lane 

Hurdle George, bricklayer, Harapstead w of Caroline st 

Hurley John, cordvvainer, Canal near McElderry st 

Hurmay Harriet, washer, Long al s of >(ew st 

Hurst Elijah, labourer, Hillen w of Ensor 

Hurtt Henry M. &, Co. hat manu. Pratt I door w of Market sp 

Hunt Henry, tailor, Eden n of Pitt st 

Husband Joseph Jr. 11 Maiden lane 

Huslin John, brickmaker. West st near Light 

Husman Henry, watchman, n Gay near Mott st 

Hussey Asahel of George, tanner 8c currier, 51 Centre Market 

space, dw Bond opposite Shakespeare st 
Hussey James, cordwainer, Davis st next to Gas house 
Hussey Stephen, clerk, Davis st next to Gas house 
Hussey Asahel, prop. Eutaw house, cor Eutaw & Baltimore sts 
Huster Gotleib, victualler, Columbia st extended 
Hutching & Co- hardware mts. 186 Bait st 
Hutching Francis, bricklayer, Wayne w of Sharp st 
Hutchins Samuel, 37 Alice Anna st 
Hutchins Joseph, whitewasher, Mulberry e of Eutaw st 
Hutchins Zachariah, cordwainer, 7 Potter st 
Hutchins Eliza, washer. East st n of Half Moon alley 
tHutchins Daniel, mariner, Short st n of Orleans 
Hutchinson Charles, lolt & ex. office, n w cor Bait & Gay sts 
Hutchinson John, wheelwright, corner Fell and Pratt streets dw 

corner Albemarle and Water streets 
Hutchinson J. C hat store, Pratt st e of Falls 
Hatchings Nicholas, East near Ensor st 
Hutson Capt. John, 113 Bond st 
Hutton Andrew, labourer, Happy al s of Fleet st 
Hutton Robert & Co. 24 Baltimore st 

Hutton James, merchant, dw North st 1 door s of Lexington st 
Hutton William, bricklayer, Cove n of Bait st 
Hutton Elijah, bricklayer, 3 Aisquith st 
Huyghe mrs Ann. sempstress, Happy al s of Pratt st 
Hyam Abraham, Camden e of Paca st 
HyattAnn, teacher, 122 Conway st 
tHyatt Samuel, shoemaker, 53 n High st 
Hyde Francis and Sons, fancy soap establishment, 14 Pleasant 
Hyde Francis, of above firm, dw cor Pleasant and Holliday sts 
Hyde Moses, of above firm, dw n Front near Hillen st 
Hyde F.Maryland soap & candle manu. Holliday n of Saratoga 
Hyde Samuel G. soap and candle factory, 21 Saratoga dw 

Pleasant near Courtland st 
Hyde Oliver, clerk, High n of Gay st 
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Hyde Nathl. carpenter, Davis near Pleasant, dvv 68 Hanover 

Hyde George A. confectioner, Ensor near East st 

Hyde Joseph, machinist, Holland si extended 

Hyde William J. clerk 48 Front st 

Hyde John, engine builder, Williams n of Cross St 

Hyde mrs Eliza, 71 e Water st 

Hyiand Stephen, carpenter, Orleans st w of Short al 

IHyman Daniel, drayman, back of 31 n Exeter st 

Hymes John, carter, Ba!t st w of Pine 

Hynes, Thomas, silver smith, Eden n of Baltimore fet 

llynson John R. dry goods mt. 2154 Bait st 

Hyuson Nathaniel, 23 n Frederick street 

Hyser Henry, mt. Howard s of Mulberry, d w Mulberry e of Pine 

Hyser John, cordwainer, Charles s of Conway st 

Hyson Solomon, iron founder, Welcome al e of Charles st 

Hythe Daniel, porter. Friendship sof Thompson st 

I. ANSON & Littig, grocers, cor n Gay and High sts 
U>ly Elizabeth, washer, Monument w of Aisquith st 
Jcard A. S. prof, of modern languages, Fayette e of Sharp st 
IcUler Christian, cooper, Bait e of Pine st 
Icttage Wm. hatter, Mulberry vv of Cove st 
iglehart John H. dry goods store, l77i Bait st 
lies John, gas fact. Charles st n of Howard st 
Indeveider Carl A. 3 Fish Mark-^t space 

inemer Peter N. collector, Mulberry 4 doors From Calvert st 
Infirmary, Lombard West of Green, — See page 12 
Ing Edward, 42 n Exeter st 

Inglehart Abraham, butcher, Alice Anna e of Bond st 
Jngles Harriet, washer, union a of Ross st 
Ingles John, fisherman, Wilk e of Eden st 
Ingram Charles, tobbacconist, Pratt between South and Com- 
merce, dw corner Pitt and Eden sts 
Inloes J. S. St Co. wholesale dry aoods mt l71i Bait st 
Inloes Joshua, dw Courtland s of Saratoga st [e of Ann st 

inloes Wm. ship joiner, Fell's st s of Thames, dw Alice Anna 
Inloes Dr. Henry A. Alice Anna e of Bond st 
Inloes Miss S. G. 314 Harrison st 
Inloes Thomas, cooper, Saratoga e of Pine st 
TJnloes Samuel, drayman, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
Inman E. tailor, Frederick near Gay st 
Innes Allan, shoemaker, shop Bait w of High st. dw Maiden 

lane w of Aisquith st 
Insey George, watchman, Holland st exten<led 
Insolvents' Commissioners office, court house, Francis H. 
Davidge, Ebenezer L. Fiiiley, and S H. Taggart comrs. 
Institute Fells paint, Ann st nof Alice Anna 
Insurance offices, (see Page 33) 

liiwright John, labourer, Armistead Lane w of WillianriB st 
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Director for 1837. J AC 

Ireland David, cordwainer. Mulberry e of Pine st 

Ireland Eliza, sempstress, Eager al n of Saratoga st 

Ireland Jesse, paper carrier, Douglass near Forrest 

Irenmengeer Edward L. chairmaker, cor Saratoga 8c Park its 

Irons Thomas, bricklayer, 91 Orleans st 

Irvin mrs Elizabeth, 81 McElderry's wharf 

Irvin James, sawyer, Pine n of Fayette st 

Jrvin Wm. weaver, Cove w of Mulberry bt 

Irwin Thomas, 99 Hanover st 

Isaacs Jonathan, carpenter, Cove n of Vine st 

Isaacs Wm. carpenter, Cove n of Vine st 

Island Harriet, washer, corner Howard and Madison sts 

Ismael George, cordwainer, Granby e of Exeter st 

Israel Fielder, conveyancer, n w corner St. Paul and Fayette 

sts. dw Green between Franklin and Mulberry sis 
Israel Jacob, grocer and cooper, Bait st e of Cove 
Itchers Henry, porter, 125 s Sharp st 
Ives Wm. M. brass founder, firm of O'Dell and Ives, dw 14 

Salisbury street 
Ives Nelson, Water st near Centre Market space 
Jack JOHN. barber, Chesnut al e of Pine st 
Jackson Wm. Jackson's wharf, Thames w of Bond 
Jackson Samuel, wholesale *Tind retail grocer, corner Baltimore 

and Spring sts. dw Caroline n of Pratt st 
Jackson Jonathan, Bond s of Baltimore st 
Jackson Miss S. Conway w of Sharp st 
Jackson J. R- wholesale' and retail com mt. 2l Light st wharf 

dw Conway near Sharp st 
Jackson James, portrait painter, 99 Baltimore street up stairs 
Jackson Alexander J. W. printer, n Gay near Aisquilh st 
Jackson James, boot and shoe maker, French near Bath st 
Jackson Catherine, Wolf st 
Jackson Hannah, tailoress, 31 n Exeter st 
Jackson Charles, dentist 8 n Frederick st 
Jackson Aaron, grocer, Saratoga e of Schroeder 
Jackson mrs Mary, sempstress. Pierce e of Chatsworth 8t 
Jackson Thomas, porter. Eager al s of Mulberry st 
Jackson Stephen, corner of German and Green sts 
t Jackson Murray, drayman, Biddle n of Gerge st 
tJackson Wm. hackman, Long al s of Ross st 
t Jackson Raspberry Senr. sawyer, Wayne al w of Howard »t 
I Jackson Raspberry Jr. Carppnler, Wayne al w of Howard st 
tJackson Dorcas, washer, Cypress al opposite Hanover market 
tJackson Henry, rope maker, Sugar al w of Charlea »t 
tJackson Christiana, gardiner, 8 n Exeter st 
:;Jackson Shadrach, sawyer, Douglass E of Eastst 
: Jackson Wm. steam boat hand, Guilford al w of Light st 
:;JacksoD Elizabeth, canal n of Pratt st 
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|Jackson Lewis, fisherman, Exeter s of French 

JJackson Daniel, miller, Harford av near Madison st 

iJackson Frances washer, French near Bath st 

tJackson Willis, boot and shoe maker, Hamilton bet Charles & 

St. Paul streets 
IJackson Christopher, labourer, Honey a! w of Charles st 
tJackson Abraham, carter, Strawberry al s of Pinkney st 
t Jackson John, carter, corner Ann and Bank sts 
tJackson Dina, Apple al s of Bank st 

tJackson James, Sawyer, Apple al 1 door s of Alice Anna st 
Jacobs mrs Jane, 15 Market st 
Jacobs R. T. clerk in Post oflSce, 77 n Liberty st 
Jacobs John F. foundry man, corner Charles and West 
Jacobs J. M. clock and watch maker, 9 Pratt st 
Jacobs George, watchmaker, 58 n Howard st 
Jacobs Henrietta, huckster, Long; lane n of Orleans si 
Jacobs Samuel, grocer, w Bait st near Bridge 
tJacobs Elias, painter and glazier, Mulberry near Park 
tJacobs Ann, milliner, Mulberry near Park st 
|Jacob Wm. Run al n of Lexington st 
Jacobsen H. G. hat mauu. 247 w Baltimore st 
Jail of Baltimore County, (See page 12) 
Jakes James, barber, bank lane w of Celvert st 
iJakes Frederick, boot black, Cellar, 11 s Calvert &t 
jJakes Frederick, barber. Park st n of Madison 
Jamart Michael, exchange coffee house, Water near Gay st 
James Levi Jr. boat builder, Fountain st s side 
James Levi, boat builder, Thames e of Wolf, dw Fountain e of 

Washington st 
James mrs Elizabeth, 12 Shakspeare st 
James Dr. corner Charles and Conway sis 
James John, 150 n Gay st 

James Basil, grocer, corner Paca and Mulberry sts 
James Amos, 79 s Eutaw st 
James Isaac, labourer, s Howard s of Barre 
James Robert, labourer, Elbow lane \v of Green st 
James Joseph, Plaisterer, 12 Maiden lane 
» James Mary, boarding house, 9 s Calvert st 
James John, tinner, 62 South st 
James mrs Sarah, Gra;jby w of Exeter st 
James Dr. Samuel, cor Fish and Centre Market spaces 
tJames Edward, carter, Federal hill opposite Telegraph 
Jameson Archibald* weaver, Preston st 8 of Ross 
Jameson Doctor 14 Lexington st 
Jamison John, oak cooper, Commerce n of Cable, dw Pratt st 

near Harford run 
Jamison C. C. mt. s Gay opp. Exchange, dw Courtland between 

Mulberry and Franklin sts 
Jamison Joseph, prest of Bait, gun powder co. 38 n Frederick 
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tJamison George, labourer, West st extended 

Janes Elijah, carpenter, Baltimore e of Pine st 

Janes mrs Mary, sempstress, Pierce w ofChatsworlh st 

tJaney Anthony, brickmaker, Johnson st s of Cross 

Janney Joseph, Sharp st s of German 

Janney Hopkins & Hull, dry goods merchants, 204 w Bait st 

Janvier Thomas, com mt. 87 Smith's wharf 

Janvier Peregrine, s w corner Gough and Prrtt sts 

Jarboe John R. teacher, Pinkney e of Spring st 

Jarrelt Samuel, Pearl st s of Richmond 

Jarrett Asbury, agent, 20 Centre Market space 

Jarvis Eli, blacksmith, 17 Green st 

Jarvis Elizabeth, Wagon al w of Park st 

Jarvis Joseph, grocer, 5 Franklin st dvv 226 n Howard st 

Jarvis Phinias, carpenter, Biddle al s of Ross st 

Jarvis Wm. H. grocer, corner Hanover and Pratt d\v cor Sharp 

and Camden streets 
Jarvis Amos, corner Busy al and Sharp st 
Jarvis Leonard, Char'es st s of Barnett 
Jarvis Wm H. grocer, cor Hanover and Pratt dw Sharp st 
Tarvis and Thompson, wholesale dry goods mts 193 Bait al 
Jarvis mrs Hannah, Lee 1 door e of Cliarles st 
tJarvis Harriet, washer, Peach al n side 
Jason John, rigger, 9 Market st f p 
Jatho Henry, jeweller, 8? Baltimore street 
Jay Stephen, carpenter, Eden n of Gough st 
Jay Joseph W. agent and collector, 50 Camden st 
Jay Stephen, carpenter, n Exeter near Pittst 
Jeanat Theresa, confectioner, Baltimore w of Canal st 
Jeffers Matthias, plaisterer, Alice Anna st w of Strawberry al 
Joflfers James H. police officer. Bond st s of Pratt 
Jeffers Madison, Court Bond st s of Baltimore st 
Jftftenes Wm. dry goods store, Bazaar dw Pitt e of Eden 
Jefferies mrs Mary, huckster, Charles st s of Busy al 
Jefferson Thomas, carpenier, Hull's lane w of Aisquith st 
tJefferson Dina, washer Potter near Frendi st 
tJefferson Barbara, Calvert st near City Mill 
tJefferson Simon, barber, Light st near York 
tJefferson Thomas, boot black. Sharp si s of Baruett 
tJefferson Wm. drayman, Eutaw n of New st 
Jenkins James, tobacconist,, 23 Market st 
Jenkins Joseph, labourer, Happy al s of Pratt st 
Jenkins Alfred, painter, Pinkney 1 door e of Strawberry alley 
Jenkins mrs Sarah, Canal s of Baltimore st 
Jenkins G. T. Sharp s of Perry st 
Jenkins A . and H. cabinet ware room, 18 Light st 
Jenkins Thomas C. dw 2 Waterloo row 

Jenkins Edward and Sons, importers of saddlery, 148 Bait M 
Jenkins Edward, dw Courtland s of Franklin st 
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Jenkins Alfred, saddler, Bait bet Calvert and St. Paul st dvr 

South St n ol Guill(jrd a! 
Jenkins Felix, saddle trunk and harness maker, 10 South st 
Jenkins Hugh, merchani, end of Comwerce st dw cor|Hoiliday 

st and Orange alley 
Jenkins Jesse, painter, Ensor near Monument st 
Jenkins Thomas, coachinaker, East 3 doors s of French st 
Jenkins Robert, ladies' shoe manii. 4 s Gay st 
Jenkins L. A. corn mi. s e cor Water & Commerce dw Hooka- 
town road 
Jenkins James, cal)inet maker, Montgomery w of Light st 
Jenkins Sarah, 52 Pearl st 
Jenkins Ann, Green st s of Mulberry 
Jenkins Elizabeth, teacher, Paca n of Franklin 8t 
Jenkins Caiherine, boarding house, 21 German st 

Jenkins C , attorney at law, 47 s Charles st 

Jenkins Henry, 43 Piit st 

Jenkins Benedict, sea capt. Aisquith n of Monument st 

Jenkins Frederick, dork, 18 n Exeter st 

Jenkins Lewis W. 27 n Front st 

Jenkins Joseph, painter, Caroline n of Baltimore st 

Jenkms James, of custom house 15 s Calvert st 

tJenkins Frisby, labourer ,Su:4ar al w of Light »t 

tJenkins Joseph, blacksmith. Spring n of Gough st 

tJenkins Wm. labourer, Strawberrv al s of Bank st 

tJenkins Solomon, Apple al n of Fleet st 

''■Jenkins John, labourer, Strawl)erry al near Wilk st 

tJenkins James, labourer. Run al n of Lexington st 

^Jenkins Wm. labourer, Peach al n v^^ide 

4.Jenkms Silas, barber, Prait st e of Paca 

i"Jenkins George, roller man, Poller e of Low st 

tJenkins Margaret, Salisbury w of Canal st 

Jenks Jane, cake seller, Aisquith s of Douglass 

Jenks Fiancis H. firm of VVeid and Jen'cs, 8 Bowley's whf dw 

Howard betw-een Commerce and Lombard sts 
Jennings John, huckster, Union st n of Penn av 
Jennings Thomas, sailor, Eutaw s of Conway st 
Jennings 'i'homas, labourer. Sugar al w of Charles st 
Jennings Samuel, grocer, 3 Fayette dw cor Front and Pitt sts 
Jennings Robert, shoemaker, se cor Fleet and Bond 
Jennings Michael, huckster, Saratoga 3 doors from Gay st 
Jennings & Owings, Doctors, Fayette near St. Paul st 
Jennings Catherine, huckster, French near Bath ft 
tJennirigs Thomas, porter, Biddle st n of George 
tJennings Thomas, shoemaker, Jefferson w of Catia! st 
Jenny Capt. Joseph E. Caroline n of Gough st 
Jesso'p Edward, merchant, dw 121 s Sharp st 
Jessop Prisciila, 99 Aisquith st 
*Jewcll John, sawyer, Exeter near French st 
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Director for 1837. JOH 

Jewett Jane S. teacher, 25 n ih(i;h si 

Jewitt Joseph, book store, 229 w Baltimore St. dw Fayette st e 
Jew's Synagogue, cor Harrison st and Ema lane [of Cove 

Jiles Gracy, Conway st w of Howard 
tJiies Jarrett, labourer, Canal st near Orleans 
JJiles James, segar maker, Forest st opposite Penitentiary 
Jillard John, tavern, 4 Thames st e of Bond 
Jimes John, carpenter, Comet st w of Aisquith 
Jockel Conrad, grocer, Light st extended 

Johns Capt Richard H. cor^Ann and Alice Anna sts [Baltimore st 
Joel Woodward and Co. wholesale domestic warehouse, 197 
Johns Mrs Ann, fancy dress maker, Fayette st e of Charles 
Johns William, brush maker, Vine st w of Cove 
Johns David I. tailor, 46 Eulaw st 

Johns Rev. Henry, pastor of St. Andrew's Episcopal church, dw 
Johns Noble, caster, 97 s Sharp st [4\ n Front st 

Johns Rev. John, dw e Baltimore st bet Exeter and Aisquith sta 
Johns Kinsey, rope manufacturer, HarU>rd avenue 
tJohns Patty, washer. Eager alley n of Mulberry st 
tJohns Wiliiam, labourer, Wolf st s of Fleet 
J Johns Moses, oysterman, Calvert st near Centre 
Johnson John, carpenter. Pine st s of Saratoga 
Johnson William, labourer, Saratoga st w of Cliatsworth 
Johnson Ferguson, weaver, Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
Johnson James, manufacturer. Pierce st w of Chatsworth ^ 

Johnson Mrs. weaver, Pierce st e of Cove 
Johnson James, coach painter, Mulberry st w of Pearl 
Johnson Thomas, labourer, Mulberry st e of Pine 
Johnson James, carter, Holland st extended 
Johnson Samuel, carpenter, Holland st extended 
Johnson David, weaver, Preston st s of Ross 
Johnson Elizabeth, sempstress. Long alley s of Ross st 
Johnson William, printer, Howard st s of Richmond 
Johnson Archibald, tailor, Paca st s of Fayette 
Johnson William, labourer, Columbia st e of Paca 
Johnson Francis, drayman, Columbia steof Chatsworth 
Johnson James, Custom House officer, dw 114 Lombard st 
Johnson Elizabeth, washer, 9 Tyson st 
Johnson Margaret, milliner, Lexington st e of Park 
Johnson Richard R. woolen dresser, cor German and Hanover 
Johnson L. machinist. Monument st near Sterling 
Johnson George, shoe maker, 70 East st 
Johnson Robert, waiter. Low st n of Forest 
Johnson Gerard, coach iron maker, Low st betw High and Front 
Johnson James, coach iron maker, 48 n Exeter st 
Johnson George, shoe maker, .3 n Exeter st 
Johnson Ezekiel C. clothing store, 78 Pratt st dw 25 Thames 
Johnson, Sims & Co. grocers and commission merchant8» 57 
Spear's wharf 

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Johnson John, cabinet maker, 10 York st Federal Hill 

Johnson Mrs Eliza, s Exeter st s of Salissbury 

.fohnsoa John, grocer, 27 Centre Market space 

Johnson & Abbott, proprietors of Canton iron works, Hudson st 

Johnson Joel, of above firm,(lw Canton Canton 

Johnson William M- grocery and feed store, 20 Market st. f. p. 

Johnson Jacob, riirger, Lancaster ste of Market, f. p. 

Jo.hnson John, ship carpenter, Argyle alley s of Alice Anna st 

Johnson Henry, grocer, 25 Market st i. p. 

Johnson Mrs Priscilla, sempstress, Apple alley near Fleet st 

Johnson Roderick, Bishop'vS lane near Siiles st 

Johnson John, rigger, Bv)nd st n of Wilk 

Joiinson Elijah, Bond sts of Pratt 

Johnson Mrs Ann Eliza, e Baltimore st 1 door w of Caroline 

Johnson Mrs Sarah, 35 Albemarle st 

Johnson Mrs Wilhelmina, n e cor High and Water sts 

Johnson J. E. n \v cor Howard and Pratt sts 

Johnson H. 62 s Howard st near Pratt 

Johnson William, boot and shoe maker, 32 Pratt st. dw 5 Gay st 

Johnson John, clerk., Pleasant st 2d door from North 

Johnson Grafton, ladies shoe maker, 63 Baltimore st 

Johnson Isiac, bacon store, Hillen st near East, dw n Gay st near 

Johnson Elizabeth, North st n of Pleasant [Aisquith 

Johnson Ciipt John, mariner, s e cor Wilk and Bond sts 

Johnson Mrs. Argyle alley s of Fleet st 

Johnson William, waterman, Happy alley s of Fleet 

Johnson Sarah, teacher, Muketst s of Fleet, f. p. 

Johnson R')hert, drayman, Centre st near Howard 

Johnson Jerard, coach smith, cor Front and Low sts. dw n Gay 

Johnson Hyram, teacher, Richmond st near Park [st near Mott 

Johnson William, machinist, a Gay st near Monument 

Johnson John teacher, Hillen st2d door e of East 

Johnson J & 1. bacon store, Hillen stbetw East and Forest 

Johnson Mrs Pou-g/, Frederick st s of Water 

Johnson Eliza, Guilford alley w of Light st 

Johnson Samuel, cordwainer, Henrietta st e of Charles 

Johnsoa Christopher, cor Eutaw and Fayette sts 

tJshnsoa William, cook, Conway st w of Howard 

tJohnson Alexander, waiter, Mulberry st w of Chapel alley 

|Johnson Joseph, labourer, Williamson alley near Light st 

tJohnson William, Hill st near Charles 

t Johnson David, mariner, Guilford alley w of Lighf st 

tJohnson Jane, washer, Exeter st near Hillen 

tJuhnson John, carter, Exeter st n of Gay 

tJohnson Dennis, labourer Exeter st n of Hillen 

tJohnson Spencer, boot and shoe maker, cor French and Forest 

sts. dw French st near Ferest 
|Johnson Moses, waiter, Holliday st near Bath 
f Johnson Hannah, Davis st near Bath 

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Director for 1837. JOH 

t Johnson Adam, labourer, 22 Lombard st w of Light 

jJohnson Susan, Hamihon st e of Charles 

tJohnson Hannah, Charles st s of Hill 

t Johnson J. caulker, Charles st s of Hill 

tJohnson James, carter, Sui^ar alley \v of Charles st 

tJohnson James, porter, Conway st e of Hanover 

jJohnson Seville, drayman, Columbia st e of Howard 

tJohnson Harriet, washer, Wagon alley vv of Park st 

TJohnson Samuel, Sharp st n of Baltimore 

tJohnson Mrs. Bar re st e of Howard 

tJohnson Cornelius, labourer, Lerew's alley n of Mulberry st 

tJohnson Sarah Ann, washer, Perry st e of Eutaw 

tJohnson Grace, Bi::5hop's lane near Granby st 

tJolinson E'Jvvard, labourer, Granby st near Jones's falls 

tJohnson Samuel, labourer. Bounty Jane belw Caroline and Spring 

tJohnson Hirdister, labourer, Spring st near Bank [st8 

tJohnson Charles, caulker, Spring st s of Gough 

tJohnson Charles, sawyer, Bankst e of Ann 

tJohnson Nathaniel, labourer, Bond st s of Bank 

tJohnson Edward, labourer, Strawberry alley n of Wilk 

tJohn3on William, ca*ter, Strawberry alley n of Wilk st 

tJohnson James, Strawberry alley n of Wilk 

I Johnson Lewis, ostler, Eden st n Wilk 

tJohnson Hannah, President st s of Pratt 

tJohnson Samuel, labourer, Apple alley n of Loncaster st 

tJohnson Lyhen, Apple alley near Alice Anna st 

tJohnson David, labourer, Argyle alley s of Wilk st 

J" Johnson Thomas, caulker, Happy alley s of Fleet st 

tJohnson William, drayman, Granby st near Jones's falls 

tJ.)hnson John, labourer, Saratoga st extended 

tJohnson Solomon, labourer, Cove st s of Pratt 

tJohnson Robert, labourer, Poppleton st s of Park 

tJohnson Garrett, batter, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 

tJohnson Isaac, labourer, Sarah Ann st e ot Cove 

tJohnson Job, sawyer, Chatsworth st n of Franklin 

f Johnson Henry, labourer, Chesnut alley e of Pine st 

tJohnson Emory, whitewasher, Chesnut alley w of Pearl Bt 

jJohnson Samuel, drayman. Pearl st e of Saratoga 

JJohnson Thomas, brick maker, Park lane w of Pearl st 

tJohnson Toney, labourer, Peach alley n side 

jJohnson Susan, washer. Mulberry st e of Eutaw 

: Johnson Elias drayman, German st av of Pine 

Johnson Minty, washer, Biddle alley s of>Ross st 
; [Johnson Francis, sawyer, St. Mary st s of Ross 
"Johnson Strawder, Hull's lane s of Friendshipst 
tJohnson Clarissa, labourer, Lerew's alley s of Franklin st 
"Johnson James, labourer, Eastern Shore row, near Conway st 

[Johnson Dolly, washer, Eastst n of Douglass 
■ Johnson Henrietta, cake seller. Low st s of Aisquith 
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tJohnson Robert, labourer, cellar 31 n Exeler st 
tJohnson Charles, drayman, 2 Painter's Court 

tJohnson, Anna, huxter, 2 Palmer's Court 
jJohnson William, labourer, Forest si n ol* Douglass 
tJohnson Betsy, washer, Lonn; lane n of Orleans st 
tJohnson Charles, lahourer, Short alley w of Canal st 
tJohnson Elizabeth, washer. Short alley w of Canal st 
Jones, Woodward &. Co. wholesale domestic warehouse, 197 
tJohnson Aaron, labourer, Guilford alley e of Light st |Balt st 
tJohnson Julia, cake seller, Cross st e of William 

•Johnson James, labourer, S Salisbury st 
::Johnson Henry, cordwainer. Hawk st w of Concord 
"Johnson Ricliard, Salishury alley 
tJohnson Henry, drayman, sEutaw st extended 
Johnston R. & Co, lottery and exchan^re broker, 
Johnston Thomas, cordwainer, Sterling st near Mott 
Johnston Thomas, D. firm of Lee & Co. dw n w cor Howard 
Johnston William, dw 78 Lombard st [st and Cider alley 

Joias Leonard D. sailmaker, Long alley s of Eutaw st 
Joias John, sailmaker, 96 Dugan's wharf 
Joiner William, f()undryman, York st w of William 
.Joines Mary, Wiik st 1 door w of Strawberry alley 
Jones David, cordwainer, 30 Henrietta st 
Jones E. blacksmith, 7 Fleet si e of Market f. p. 
Jones Valliant, ship carpenter. Fleet st e of Washington 
Jones William, shipsmiih, Thames st e of Ann, dw 9 Lancaster 
Jones Henry, shoe maker, 49 Alice Anna st 
Jones Richard, painter, Alice Anna st 1 door from Wolf 
Jones Sybilla, VVilk st e of High 
Jones William, blacksmith, 94 Market stf. p. 
Jones John, carter, Strawberry alley s of Alice Anna st 
Jones R. Apple alley near Fleet st 
Jones William T. tavern, cor Thames and Bond sts 
Jones Mrs Margaret, 8 Block st 
Jones Bennett, blacksmith e Falls avenue 
Jones Susan, 40 Bank st 
Jones Sarah Ann, 42 B;^nk st 
Jones Levin, shoe maker, Bond st n of Gough 
Jones Mrs Ann, Bond st s of Baltimore 
Jones Owen, collector. Spring st s of Baltimore 
Jone? Mrs Jemina, 77 McEldery's wharf 
Jones Mrs Margaret, 5 Albemarle st 
Jones Miss Eliza Ann, dress maker, 53 Albemarle st 
Jones J. drayman, s Howard st nearBarre 
Jones Susanna, cor Liberty st and Wagon alley 
Jones Levin, wholesale and retail grocers, Light st whf s of Barre 
Jones Benjamin, cooper, shop, e Centre st near French, dw 

Exeter st near Hillen 
Jones Joel, dry goods merchant, Gay st n of High 
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Director for 1837. JON 

Jones Mrs Mary, Harford avenue 

Jones Samuel G. watch and clock manufacturer, 93 Baltimore st 

Jones William jr. dry goods merchant, 35 Baltimore st 

Jones James H. furnishing store, 12 North st. dw 7 1-2 Water st 

Jones Joseph, cheese dealer, 17 Thames st 

Jones Hamilton, tavern, Pratt st e of Paca 

Jones James E. potter, n Gay st. dw High st near Law 

Jones Clinton, clerk, 15 Constitution st 

Jones Dorsey, tobacconist, Ensor st near Sterhng 

Jones John, bricklayer, Canal st near Monument 

Jones James C. boot & shoe manufacturer, 43 South st 

Jones Stephen, fisherman, Montgomery st e of Ciiarles 

Jones Francis, Fleet st 4th door trom Bond 

Jones Leroy, clerk, n e cor Pine and Mulberry sis 

Jones Dr. S. Fayette st w of Pine 

Jones John W. clerk. Mulberry st e of Pine 

Jones Hosea, brush maker, Fayetle st w of Green 

Jones William, hatter, Park lane e of Pme st 

Jones John, cor Green & Mulberry sts 

Jones Uriah, segar and snuff manufacturer, Lexington st^ of 

Jones Richard, labourer, s Eutaw st extended [Paca 

Jones Talbott & Co. wholesale grocers & commission merchanls, 

cor Howard and Baltimore sts 
Jones Lewis, huckster, 13 s Howard st 
Jones John, merchant, Fayette ste of Eutaw 
Jones Goffra, lottery and exchange office, s w cor Baltimore and 

Liberty sts 
Jones Eliza, 87 Liberty st 

Jones Polly, sempstress, Columbia st e of Sharp 
Jones Harriet, tailoress, Columbia st e of Sharp 
Jones W. B. ship carpenter, 169 Hanover st 
Jones Sophia, huckster, Busy alley e of Sharp st 
Jones Mrs Richard H. Pratt st e of Sharp 
Jones Mrs Margaret, cor Eden st and Friendship alley 
Jones James, grocer, cor Pitt and Exeter sts 
Jones William R. clerk, 63 Pitt st 
Jones Henry B. watch maker, 47 Hollins st 
Jones William B. auctioneer, 8 Forest st 
Jones Benjamin, bricklayer, Aisquith st n of Monument 
Jones James, potter, 111 n High st 
Jones Joshua, printer, 52 n Exeter st 
Jones Mary, washer, 14 Potter st 
Jones Silas, bookseller, 20 e Baltimore st 
Jones Ellen, milliner, 20 e Baltimore st 
Jones Henry, baker, 19 Pratt st , 

Jones James, mariner, Water st betw Calvert and Grant 
Jones Thomas, cooper, Commerce st wharf 
Jones James, merchant tailor, 16 1-2 South st. dw Lovely lane 

betw Calvert and South sts 
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Jones John, ship carpenter, York st betw Light and Charles 
Jones James, ship carpenter, Lee st betw Charles and Light 
Jones William, ship carpenter, Arraistead lane betw Light and 
Jones Klisha, fisherman, Cross st e of William [William sts 

Jones James, tailor, 10 Lovely lane, shop South st next to cor 
Jones Capt James, Granby st w of Harford Run [Lovely lane 
Jones Jacob, waterman, Granby st e of Gough 
Jones William, waterman, e Water st w of Harford run 
Jones Lemuel, waterman, e Baltimore st w of Canal 
Jones Capt Ezekiel, Baltimore st w of Canal 
Jones Mrs Eleanor, milliner, 20 e Baltimore st 
t Jones Violet, washer, Saratoga st extended 
::Jones David, porter, 45 Pearl st 
|Jones Harriet, washer, Pierce st w of Pearl 
|Jones David, drayman, cor Green and Fayette sts 
::Jones Hager, washer, German st w of Pine 
::Jones Isaac, labourer, s Howard st extended 
tJones Jacob carter, Carpenter's alley e of Paca st 
fJones, Dean, labourer, Hill st w of Sharp 
iJones Sally, washer, Lerew's alley n of Madison st 
I Jones Letty, washer, Liberty st s of Baltimore 
fJones Joseph, whilewasher. Liberty st s of Baltimore 
Mones Aaron, labourer, Wagon alley w of Liberty st 
jJones John, waiter, Pleasant st e of Park 
1 Jones Henry, labourer, Sugar alley w of Charles st 
tJones Andrew, porter, Douglass st e of East 
|Jones Israel, caulker, Forest st n of Douglass 
tJones Aaron, labourer, Short alley w of Canal st 
tJones Gideon, carpenter, 9 Union st 
f Jones Thomas, labourer, Guilford alley w of Light st 
JJones Mrs Rachel, Williams alley e of Light si 
|Jones Williamson, labourer, Water sle of Exeter 
JJones Henrietta, Sugar alley near Light st 
JJones Richard, caulker, Wilk st e of Wolf 
fJones Robert, carter, Argyle alley near Fleet st 
tJones Eli, waterman, Caroline st n of Bank 
Jones Mrs. Cross st near Johnson 
:Jones Thomas, labourer, Guilford alley e of Charles st 
:Jone8 Isaac, labourer. Long alley near Frederick st 
•Jones Henry, labourer, Long alley near Frederick st 
: Jones Sally, washer. Long alley near Frederick st 
tJones Stephen, carpenter, Exeter st n of Gay 
tJones Amos, labourer. Sterling st near Madison 
tJones James, sawyer, Centre st w of St. Paul's 
JJones Mrs. Charles st extended 
JJones Polly, Wagon alley w of Park st 
JJones Jamet, waterman, Granby st near the falls 
fJones Elijah, sawyer, Lancaster st e of Market 
Jordan William, labourer. Rock st n of Lexington 
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Jordan William, Vine st e of Pine 

Jordan James, blacksmith, Holland st extended 

Jordan James, iron founder, Armistead lane w of William st 

Jordan William, arocer, n vv cor Wilk st and Happy alley 

Jordan John M. plumber and tinner, 59 Centre Market space 

Jordan Charles, dry croods merchant, 36 Centre Market space 

tJordan Armstead, alley opposite Caroline st 

JJordan John, cabinet maker, Potter st betw Gay and Low 

fJordan Ephraim, sawyer, Apple alley near Fleet st 

Jorrjr John, shoemaker, Light sts of Montgomery 

Jory Z. alehouse, cor Park and Liberty sts 

Joy Edward, gardner, Hampstead st e of Spring 

Joyce Elisha, 20 e Baltimore st e of Eden 

Joyce Joseph, High st n of Stiles 

Joyce Joshua, brass founder, 2 Pitt st 

Joyce Wm. collector, 109 Aisquith st 

Joyce Jesse, currier, Jefferson st e of Canal 

Jubb Lloyd, Happy alley near Alice Anna st 

Judah and Block, merchants. Commerce st n of Pratt 

Judlin Francis A. upholsterer, no 3 s Calvert dw n Gay near 

Monument st 
Juedefind Charles, blacksmith, 31 Lee st e oF Charles 
Jung Jacob, Frankford hotel, Thames st w of Market f p 
Jury Wm. shoemaker, Wolf st n of Alice Anna 
Justice Sarah, Thames st w of Market f p 
Justice Mrs. Maria Ann, Ann st n of Alice Anna 
Justis Mrs. Sarah, Exeter st 1 door n of Wilk 
Justis Wm. clock and watch maker, 70 Pratt st 

JtAIN Aaron, keeper of penitentiary, at do 
Kalbfus Catherine, tailoress, Mott st near Gay 
Kalbfus D. and L. curriers, 2 Cheapside 
Kalbfus Danl. of above firm, Penn. avenue extended 
Kalbfus Lewis, of above firm, dw 27 Paca st 
Kalfer John, laborer, Charles st s of Hill 
Kalkraan C. F. currier, Lexington .st e of Paca 
Kail Ann T. 9 Hanover st s of Busy alley 
Kail J. T. merchant, dw 120 Conway st 
Kaltner F. C. locksmith. Bond st n of Lancaster [f p 

Kammerling Danl. cap manufacturer, Thames st w of Market 
Kane J. K. wholesale grocer, 5 Light st wharf 
tKane Uriah, Strawberry alley s of Bank st 
Kann Julius, clothing store, corner Harrison st and Etna lane 
Karr Jos. spinning wheel man'r, Harrison st near Etna lane 
Karthaus Peter A. Exeter st n of Pitt 
Karthaus F. Pratt st e of High 

Karthaus C. W. merchant, 45 s Gay st dw e Bait opp Lloyd 
Kary Thomas, shoemaker, Bond st 1 door s of Wilk 
Kaufman Jos. tailor, Perry st e of Howard 
Kauffman Margaret J. dw Camden st e of Howard 
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KEL Matched s^altimore 

KaufTman Daniel, painter, Paca st n of New 

Kauffman Lewis, grocer, s Eutaw st extended 

Kaylor George, baker, 72 centre marktt space 

Kaylor John, baker, 72 centre market space 

Kaylor Jacob, tavern, no 7 Fish market space 

Keady William, tailor, Wilk st opposite High 

Kearney Rev. iVichoias, pastor of St. Patrick's church, dw 

Kcatinge Rachel, Second st e of South [adj church 

Keavin Samuel, clothing store, Fleet st near Strawberry all«y 

Keck George, Light st extended 

Keeler George, rope maker. Sugar alley w of Light st 

Kelbon John, carpenter, Fayette st e of Pine 

Keenan A. Union hotel, 39 South st 

Keenan Wm. cordwainer, Eutaw st n of Lexington 

Keenan Patrick, porter. Front st s of Gay 

Keenan Hannah, tavern, Lexington st w of Paca 

Keenan Charles, 7 Saratoga st 

Keenans James, grocer, 11 6 Eutaw st 

Keene Dr. John, u e corner Pratt and High sts 

Keene John H. temperance grocer, Lexington st e of Paca 

Keene Mrs. Ann, Hanover st s of Sugar Alley 

Keene Marcellus H. e Pratt st w of Gough 

Keener Wm C. chairmaker 59 Albemarle st 

Keener Dr. David H. Charles st n of Lexington 

Keener C and Fitzgerald, wholesale druggists, 150 Bait st 

Keener Christian, dvv Camden st w of Sharp 

tKeener James, laborer, Park st e of Poppleton 

Keenwright Andrew, tailor, Mulberry st e of Chapel alley 

Keerl Jacob, laborer, Bishop's lane near Fawn st 

Keerl Margaret, 17 German st 

Keerl George H. druggist, 233 w Baltimore st 

Kees Peter, grocer, cor Monument and Aisquith sts 

Keibler David, laborer, Sterling st near Monument 

Keifle George, confectioner, Carpenter's Alley e of Eutaw st 

Keigler W. H. clerk, 54 n Charles st 

Keigler Mary, Fayette st w of Howard 

Keilholtz Wm. painter, 272 Baltimore st dw 101 Green st 

Keilholtz John, wheelwright, Baltimore st extended 

Keirle Matthew, boot, shoe and hat warehouse, cor Charles 

and Bait st dw 70 St Paul's st 
Keirle and Dungan, wholesale boot and shoe store, 226 Bait st 
Keirle John,boot and shoe estats, cor Charles and Baltimore 

sts dw Sharp st s of German, [Lexington 

Keirle Matthew, shoe dealer, 74 Lexington st dw Paca s of 
Keith Martin, merch. s Charles si dw Green st u of Lexington 
Keith David, caulker, Spring st s of Pratt 
Keith Hugh, weaver, Freedom st near Franklin 
Keithsby Richard, shipwright, 155 Bond st 
Keitser Henry, laborer, Bishop's lane s of Stiles st 
Kell Hon. Thomas, Judge of county court, dvv cor e Baltimore 
180 



Director for 1837. KEM 

tKell David, laborer, Hill st near Charles [and Exeter st 

Kellenback Wm. glass blower, Federal hill near glass-house 

Keller Andrew J. butcher, Mott st near Ensor 

Keller &. ForniBn, flour merchants, Commerce st wharf 

Keller Joseph, summer hat maker, 75 e Fleet st 

Keller Christian, Gay st between Baltimore and Second 

Keller Charles, paper hanger, Hampstead e of Spring st 

Keller John, Orleans st e of Caroline 

Kelley James, grocer, cor Park and Pleasant sts 

Kelley James, Potter st e of Gay 

Kelly John, carpenter, Hull's lane w of Aisquith st 

tKelley Nancy, midwife, Painter's court near Pitt st 

tKelley Joseph, waterman, Salisbury st e of Lloyd 

Kellogg Doctor Ama?a, M. D. 79 n Exeter st 

Kelly Matthew, sea captain, 59 Market st 

Kelly Wm. boot and shoe maker, Baltimore st w of Paca 

Kelly Patrick, stone mason, cor Park st and Inloes alley 

Kelly T. and sons, merchant tailors, 6 n Liberty st 

Kelly Hugh, city watchman, Harrison st between Baltimore 

Kelly Edward, Harford avenue [and Gay els 

Kelly James, copper, tin and sheet iron worker, 40 Harrison st 

dw cor Park and Pleasant sts 
Kelly Simon, painter, 102 Dugan's wharf up stairs 
Kelly Owen, stone cutter, York near Charles st 
Kelly Charles, carpenter, York st near Charles 
Kelly Hugh, Franklin st extended 
Kelly James, weaver Rock st n of Lexington 
Kelly Thomas, laborer, opp Lexington st e of Rock 
Kelly Luke, laborer, Freeman st n of Park lane [Baltimore 
Kelly Wm. cordvvainer. Bait st w of Pearl dw Pearl st n of 
Kelly Caleb, grocery and feed store, Pratt st w of Green 
Kelly Mordecai, dry goods :tore, Pratt st w of Green 
Kelly Robert, cordwainer, Pratt st w of Green 
Kelly Wm. laborer, Ross st opp Paca 
Kelly Dennis, slonemasoui 46 Ross st 
Kelly James, porter 46 Ross st 
Kelly Francis, laborer, long al s of Ross st 
Kelly Mrs. iVlary, 58 Pratt st 
Kelly Thomas, blacksmith. Hill st e of William 
Kelly John, liquor store, cor Camden st and Calhoun alley 
Kelso George Y. 23 e Water st 
Kelso Eli, tailor. Potter st s of Douglass 
Kelso Thomas, butcher, dw e Baltimore st w of Aisquith 
Kelso John R. merchant tailor, 6 South st 
Kelso John, cor French and Centre sts 
Kelty John, cordwainer. Busy alley w of Charles st 
Kemp Thomas, ship carpenter, 95 Alice Anna st 
Kemp Mrs. Ann, n w cor Shakspeare st and Apple alley- 
Kemp James, ship carpenter, Gough st e of Eden 

*191 



KEN MatchelVs Baltimore 

Kemp Simon, justice or peace, office Gay st near Falls, dw 
Saratoga eof Park st [s of Saratoga 

Kemp Edward D. attorney alt law, office and dw Courtland st 
Kemp Isaac, cabinet maker, Baltimore &t e of Cove 
Kemp John R. tavern, cor Howard and Alnlberry sts 
Kemp Lewis, merchant, Baltimore st w of Liberty, dw corner 
Kemp Mrs Saratoga st e of Paca [Green and Mulberry sts 
Kemp Thomas, carpenter. 94 s Paca st 
Kemp Buckey & co. wholesale dry goods merchants, 2544 w 

Baltimore st 
Kemp Richard, grocer, corner Sharp and Lexington sts 
tKemper Levin, sawyer, Granby st near Jones's Falls 
IKemper Stephen, Eden st s of Pratt 
Kempton Samuel, clerk Farmers and Merchants bank, dw 

Hamilton st e of Cathedral 
lien Chrisiian, laborer, Armistead lane near Light st 
Kenan Charles, 7 Saratoga st 

Kendall and M'Cubbin, plane manufactory, P M'Clellan's st 
Kendall Thomas, plane maker, Pine st s of Lexington 
Kenedy Mary, rag seller, Penn. av w of George st 
Kenedy John fruiter, 65 s Frederick st 
Kenha'rt Lewis, victualler, Hampstead st 
Kenley Edward, proprietor of steam plaisler mill, German st 

near Green, dw German 3 doors below Green 
Kennard Richard, block and pump maker, 27 Ann st 
Kennard Samuel, ship carpenter, Philpol st w of Wilk 
Kennard Alexander, justice of peace, office Lexington st w of 

Eutavv, dw Pine st n of Mulberry 
Kennard John H. agent colonization socieiy, cor Eutaw and 

Columbia sts 
Kennard Wm. H turner, 173 Hanover st 
Kennard Mrs. sempstress, Charles st s of Montgomery 
Kennard Isaac, boarding house, Second st e of South 
Kennard John, dw Holliday st near Orange alley 
tKennard ^ichola3, Salisbury st eof Lloyd 
Kennedy Hugh, blacksmith, Stillhouse st [erty sts 

Kennedy Mrs. Rachel, boarding house, cor Fayette and Lib- 
Kennedy John P. attorney at law, office 25 Fayette st dw 

Mount Vernon and Washington place 
Kennedy Mordecai, blacksmith, North st near Bath, dw s o 

cor Calvert and Centre sts 
Kennedy Felix, marble polisher, cor Pleasant and Holliday sts 
Kennedy Miss Ann, 158 n Gay near Mott st 
Kennedy John H. fancy chair manufactory, 8 n Gay st 
Kennedy N. R. Bull's head tavern, Front st near Gay 
Kennedy Elizabeth, huckster, Harford ar near Madison st 
Kennedy George A. tailor, Montgomery st w of Light 
Kennedy Thomas, merchant, Charles st dw Franklin st w of 
Pine 
182 



Director for 1837. KEY 

Kennedy John, soap and candle Tactory, 74 Pearl st 
Kennedy Hugh, dyer, Madison st e of Howard 
Kennedy Evahne, cupper and leecher, 12 Liberty st 
Kennedy F. importer of Irish linens, 30 s Charles st 
Kennedy Jas P. firm of Kernan and co biscuit baker, 78 Pratt 

st dw Penn. av near George st 
Kenny Peier, grocer, cor Ensor and East sts 
Kenny Patrick, clothing store, Second st w of Market space 
Kenny capt. Richard, Charles st court, n of Camden st 
Kenny Thos carpenter, Ross st dw Biddle st n of Chatsworth 
Kenny Wm. cordwainer, East st n of Half moon alley 
tKent VVm. laborer, Forest st n of Douglass 
tKent Hester, washer, Low st sof Aisquith 
!"Kent Wm. laborer. Hill st near Charles 
Keo Thomas, iron founder, Federal hill opposite telegraph 
Kepler Wm. tobacconist, Harford av near Madison st 
Kepler John, laborer, Harford av 
Keplinger Mrs. C. French st near Exeter 
Keplinger & ca. watchmakers, 96 n Howard st 
Keplinger Samuel, watch and clock maker, 26 Eutaw st 
Keplinger Michael, grocer, Ensor st fool of Gallows Hill 
Kenian and Siillinger, commission merchants, 59 Smith's wlif 
Kernan George, tailor, Low st between High and Exeter sts 
Kernan Samuel, combmaker, liow st bet High and Exeter sts 
Kernan Peter and co biscuit bakers, 78 Pratt st 
Kernan Peler, dw s Exeter st near Salisbury 
Kerner John F. tobacconist, Baltimore st w of High, dw Hol- 
land Ht w of Eden 
Kernipener Fritz, blacksmith, Welcome alley near Charles &t 
Kerr Thomas, Salisbury st w of Canal 
Kerr William, grocer, cor Exeter and Low sts 
Kerr Henry, tailor, Pratt st e of Caroline 
Kerr Captain Archibald, mariner, Thames st near Bond 
Kerr Mrs. Elizabeth cor Lancaster st and Strawberry alley 
Kerriken Godfrey, Fleet st e of Washington 
Kerry xMary, sempstress, Mulberry st e of Pine 
tKerry Pat ence, washer, Broomstick row 
Kersey Wm. hatter, Frederick st near Gay 
Kesler John, Hammond alle}' 
Kesler Frederick, baker. Perry st vv of Sharp 
Kessel Christopher, painter, Union st n of Penn av 
Kettering Peter, butcher, Buren st near Liberty alley 
Kettler Augustus, laborer 6 Bond st 

Kettlewell Wilson and Hilliard, wholesale dealers and com- 
mission merchants, cor Pratt and Commerce sts 
Kettlewell John, of above firm, Exeter near Water st 
Key Gabriel, painter, s Howard st 
Keys Bailey, merchant, dw cor Pine and Lexington sts 
Keys and Graham, produce dealers, 34 Franklin st 
193 



KIN MatchetVs Baltimore 

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Keys James N. general dealer, Franklin st w ol Howard, dw 

cor Howard and Monument sts 
Keys Wrn. M. merchant, n e cor New and Paca sts 
Keys John, justice of peace, Fish market space, dw High s 

of Pratt St 
Keys Jesse, cordwainer, Canal st near McElderry 
tKeys Daniel, laborer, Forest si n of Douglass 
tKeys James, sawyer, Happy alley near Wilk st 
tKeys Vachel, brass- worker, Concord st s of Water 
Keyser Samuel, Fayelte st near Eutaw 
Keyser Samuel S iron store, Bowly's whf dw Courlland st s 

of Mulberry 
Keyser James, 14 Eutaw st 
Keyser Charles M. china merchant, n Howard st dw Paca st 

n of Lexington 
Keyser Derrick, Paca st s of Lexington 
tKeyser Samuel, laborer, Richmond near Park st 
Keyworth Charles B. tailor, cor German and Hanover sts 
tKiar John, laborer. Forest st s of Douglass 
Kidd and White, fruiterers and confectioners, 8 e Baltimore st 
Kidd Charles, edge tool maker, Pratt st w of Green 
Kidd James, carpenter, Monument st e of Eden 
Kideholtz Henry, 78 s Eutaw st 
Kienzle Jacob, watchman, cor Jefferson and Eden sts 
Kile Mrs Rachel, Tripolett's alley, bet Ball and Second sts 
Kilbreath Thomas, bricklayer. Pierce st n of Fayette 
Kiles Frederick, wood turner, Penn av e of Biddle st 
Killmond Thomas, engineer, 17 Pitt st 
Killum Edward, carpenter, Holland st w of Eden 
Kilmer Wm. carpenter, Eden st s of Pitt 
Kilpatrick William, grocer, Pennsylvania av extended 
Kimball Mrs. Maria, 37 Centre Market space 
Kimbferly Nathaniel, merchant tailor, 21 Thames st 
Kimberly Ann, 14 New Church st 
Kimberly Mrs. Elizabeth, French st near Exeter 
Kimmel Thomas, milk seller Wagon alley e of Park st 
Kimmel Wm. blacksmith. Cove st n of Pierce 
Kimmell Catharine, Eutaw st s of Fayette 
Kinds John G. tinner. Peach alley s side 
Kinds Francis, tinner. Vine st w of Cove 
Kinean Alexander, grocer, cor Lexington and Park als 
Kines Francis, tinner, Hill st between Light and Charles 
King Richard, cordwainer, Cove st s of Sarah Ann 
King George, painter and glazier, cor Fayette and Pearl sts 
King Louisa W. U. teacher, Green st n of Mulberry 
King John, carpenter, 13 Green st 
King Wm. weaver, cor Howard and Richmond sts 
King John, paint and oil store, s e cor Lexmgton and How- 
ard sts dw Eutaw s of Fayette 
King Edward, blacksmith, Wayne st e of Howard 
194. 



Director for 1837. KIR 

King John, laborer. Fleet st near Canton 

King George, seaman, Alice Anna st near Argyle alley 

King George H. ship carpenter, 53 Alice Anna st 

King F. R. Exeter st 1 door s of Fawn 

King Thomas, ship carpenter, Thames st w of Bond 

King James C. lumber inspector, e Water st near Albemarle 

King Jacob, Lexington st e of Sharp 

King Joseph J. Charles st n of Lexington 

King Patrick, laborer, Holliday st s of Pleasant 

King George W. boot and shoe manufacturer, n Gay near 

Baltimore st 
King John, cordwainer. Forest st near Alice Anna 
King John, ship joiner, 67 Smith's wharf dw High st near 

Wilk st 
King Elizabeth, 20 e Fleet st 
King Nicholas, Alice Anna st near Ann 
King Julia Ann 42 Ann st 
King F. grocer, s w cor Lancaster and Bond sla 
King Andrew, Lancaster st w of Market 
King George, grocer and smith, 9 Thames st 
King Stephen, lumber merchant, Exeter st s of Fawn 
King John, ship joiner, High st 1 door n of Wilk 
King Jacob, blacksmith, McElderry's whf, shop 64 Confimerce 
King James, fruitseller, cor e Baltimore and Spring sts 
King Wm. Happy alley s of Gough st 
tKing Dorcas, Strawberry alley s of Wilk st 
tKing Thomas, carpenter, Strawberry alley n of Pratt st 
tKing Arthur, hackman. Run alley s of Park lane 
Kingkave Barbara, Pearl st ii of Lexington 
Kingman Edward, ^tavern 28 Thames st 
Kingsworth Wm. engineer, York cor Williams st 
Kinkead Myers, shoemaker, Low st bet Front and High 
Kinnard Miss, dress maker, Lexington st w of Park 
Kinnemon Dr. P. S. n e cor Prait and Spring sts 
Kinney John, Lancaster st w of Market 
Kinsie Thomas, Welcome al w of Hanover st 
Kinsie Stacia, carpenter, Holland st extended 
Kintz George, carpenter, Franklin st w of Cove 
Kio Lewis, oysterman, 8 Pitt st 

Kiplinger Michael, grocer, Ensor st foot of Gallows ^ill 
Kipp John, leather merchant, Cheapside, dw 78 Camden st 
Kirby Mary, confectioner, Pratt st near Falls 
Kirby Thomas, ship carpenter, 1 w Fleet st 
Kirby John H. shoemaker 48 Market st 
Kirby Edward, waterman, 21 Ann st 
Kirby Mrs. Ann, 101 Bond st 
Kirby John, lumber merchant, McElderry near Mill st, dw 

Caroline row, Caroline st 
Kirby Joseph, Canal st between Gouo'h and Bank sts 
Kirby John, grocer cor Park and Mulberry sis 
185 



KNI MatcheWs Baltimore 

Kirby Francis, tailor, Sterling st near Monument 

Kirby John F. grocer, cor Canal st and Short alley 

Kirby and Ready, sail makers, s w cor Light and Camden sts 

Kirby James, sailmaker, Hill st e of Williams 

Kirby Edward, drayman, Commerce st 

Kirby Thomas R. hatter, Penn av n of Franklin st 

Kirby John, teacher, n Howard n of Monument st 

Kirby Edward, shoemaker, Pitt st w of Harford run 

Kirby Maria, cane weaver, 1 Pitt st 

Kirby Samuel, tailor, 34 n Exeter 

Kirby John, carpenter, 67 n Front st 

Kirby Nathaniel, marketman, 18 Potter st 

Kirby James, plaisterer, 10 s Calvert st 

Kirby Joseph, Granby st 1 door w of Gough 

Kirchest Philip, cabinet maker, 15 Wilk st 

Kirk Mrs. Rebecca, boarding house, 41 Albemarle st 

Kirk Washington, carpenter, Mulberry st 2d door from Calvert 

Kirk Samuel, silversmith, 140 Baltimore st 

Kirk Samuel boot and shoe maker, 24 n Gay st [Green 

Kirk Robert S. glass cutter, Uhler's alley dw Saratoga st e of 

Kirk James, victualler, Penn av n of Preston st 

Kirk Mary, midwife, 14 Maiden lane 

Kirkland and Chase, merchants, 69 Smith's wharf 

Kirkwood John, cordwainer, 134 s Eutaw st 

Kisier Luther, cabinet maker, Long al s of Saratoga si 

Kister^on John, Montgomery, w of Light st 

Kitler mrs Elizabeth, Forest near n Gay st 

Kitchener Daniel, shoemaker, Pittst w of Harford run 

Klaerine Lawrence, shoemaker, York bet Light & Charles sts 

Klassen Charles, saddler, Paca n of Lexington dw Lexington 

w of Cove st 
Klegg John, blacksmith, Cross near Williams st 
Kleire Peter, Lombard w of Howard st 
Klerkner John, cordwainer. Water e of High st 
Klimple John, boarding house, 35 Bond st 
Kline Frederick, baker and grocer. Pearl a of Saratoga st 
Kline Joseph, 27 Albemarle st 

Klinefelter Henry, lumber merchant, cor Fleet and Exeter sts 
dw Mechanic's row Wilk st 
' Klockgether D. grocer, 104 n Ploward st 
Khockrilh Margaret, Park s of Saratoga st 
Kluck Joseph, cabinet maker, Crook's row Monument st 
Klump Matthias, shoemaker, Light st s of Montgomery 
Knapp Capt. Thomas, Caroline row Caroline st 
Knapp Rebecca, Wolfs of Fleet st 

Knapp Dr. surgical dentist, corner Charles and Fayette sts 
Knapp and Willis, Gay st seminary, 26 n Gay st 
Kneeling Hannah, sempstress, Tripolett's al 
Kneeling Eliiha. hatter, Tripolett's al bet Bait and Second 
Knight Nathaniel, bookseller, 28 Thames st 
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Director for 1837. KRA 



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Knight mrs Sarah, 77 Bond st 

Knight Thomas, fisherman, s Charles st extended 

Knight Jacob, cordwainer, Harford av i 

Knight Jonathan, cordwainer, Constitution near Monument st 

Knight mrs Clara, Fish Market space n side 

Knight Michael, blacksmith, Market st extended 

Knight John, carpenter, Pine s of Saratoga st 

Knight Peter, F. shoe dealer, 42 Eutaw st 

Knight Dr. Samuel T. office cor Eutaw and Lexington sts 

Knight Michael, labourer, Holland st extended 

Knight Isaac, Eutaw st extended 

Knight Wm. carpenter, Saratoga \v of Liberty st 

Knight Joseph, blacksmith, busy al w of Charles st 

Knight Nancy, sempstress, Holland e of Aisquith st 

Knight Anthony, fisher, corner Cross and Williams sts 

f Knight Robert, labourer, Union st n of Penn av 

Knighton Thomas, collector, 75 e Water st [St. Paul st 

Knipe Jacob, silver plater, Fayette near Gay dw Centre near 

Knipp Jacob, grocer, corner Hill and Sharp sts 

Knoblock Christian, boarding house, 23 Bond st » 

Knorr Wm. rope maker, Ramsey's rope walk 

Knott George, carpenter, corner Saratoga st and Lerew's al 

Knott George P- paper hanger, 3 Market st f p 

Knott James L. ropemaker, Briton st Harford av 

Knotts James, cordwainer, 60 Centre Market space 

Knowler Henry, millwright, Hill between Light & Charles 

Knowles John, carpenter, Pitt w of Aisquith st 

Knowles Thomas, waterman, Alice Anna w of Bond st 

Knox Wm. cotton manu. n w cor Cove and Saratoga sts 

tKoburn Daniel, 58 Bond st 

Kochle S. G. grocer and feed store, s e cor Bait and Green sts 

Kohelstedt Elizabeth, Harford avenue 

Kolb Jos. hide & leather dealer, 10 Cheapside dw 119 w Pratt 

Kolb George, confectionary, 90 n Howard st 

Knup John C. city bailiff, York av near Monument st 

Koller Isaac, carpenter, Penn av n of Greenwillow st 

Kone Henry M. machinist, Exeter 4 doors n of Gay st 

Konick George, labourer, Eutaw n of New st 

Koockogey Elizabeth, umbrella coverer, Fayette w of Howard 

Kosiei* H. merchant, 13 s Calvert st dw Charles n of Henrietta 

Koster D. Bait & Hanseatic Retreat, n e cor Cove & Lexington 

Koster Albert, china store, 13 s Calvert st 

Kraber Daniel, clerk, Mulberry e of Paca 

KrafFt John P. mt. corner Lombard and Cove dw Calvert st 

1 Waterloo row 
Kraffl George, victualler, Saratoga st extended 
KrafFt Godleib, victualler, Biddle n of Ross st 
Krafft Patrick, grocer, corner Union and Ross streets 
Kraft George, wood turner, Biddle n of Ross st 
197 



LAB Mfitchetfs Baltitnore 

Kraft Peter, carpenter, Ross st n of Biddle 

Kraiger Joseph F. Pierce st w of Pine 

Kramer Samuel, cooper, Henrietta w of Light st 

Kranruth Gustavus, Bond s of Shakspear 

Krebbs Henry W. butcher, Gough 1 door e of Eden st 

Krebbs John VV porter of Bank, dw Sterling near Monument 

Krebbs Aibertus, halter, Long lane s of Orleans st 

Krebbs George S. Eutavv s of Conway st 

Krebbs Henry H. engineer, Fayette e of Cove st 

Krebs Lemuel, plaisterer, High near French st 

Krebs Jacob, butcker, Pitt e of Eden si [44 Hanover st 

Krebs George W. hide oil & leather dealer, 52 s Calvert st dw 

Krebs Rebecca, teacher, 122 Conway st 

Krebs Wm. G attorney at law, Fayette st near Barnum's hotel 

Krebs Wm. brickmaker, Columbia near Green st 

Kregel mrs Ann, widow, Aisquith s of Orleans st 

Kreig Frederick, blacksmith, Saratoga w of Howard dwLong 

al opposite Marion st 
Kreis Peter, tobacconist, 16 Pratt st near Market space 
Kreis Elias, Carpenter, Ross st n of Biddle 
Krems John, grocer, corner. Pearl and Franklin sts 
Krems Christianna, 139 Paca st 
Krepps Albert, hatter, Pinkney e of Bond st 
Kretzer C. & Co. importers of Silk goods, 127 Bait st 
tKrick mrs washer, Exeter near French 
Kroesen & Co. wholesale dry goods store 257 iv Bait st 
Kroesen Isaiah, of ab. firm, dw Lombard bet Hanover & Sharp 
Kronau John, grocer, corner Liberty and Lombard sts 
Krouse John, cordwainer, Henrietta near Light st 
Kruber Barnard, Gough e of Ann st 
Kruber Marv, Penn av n of Franklin st 
Kuhn Augustus T. turner, Hull's lane n of Aisquith st 
Kuhn John, grocer, 22 Penn av 
Kuhn Joseph, grocer, Penn av w of Biddle st 
Kumerer John, boot and shoe maker, Harford avenue 
Kurby James, grocer, corner Cove and Pierce sts 
Kurboot John, cooper, 39 Fayette rear 
Kurtz Rev. D. dw Holliday s of Saratoga st 
Kurtz Jacob, carpenter, Centre st near St. Paul 
Kurtz Samuel, cordwainer, Cove n of Saratoga st 
Kurtz Michael, cordwainer, Saratoga st e of Schrosder 
Kurtz John, 105 Eutaw st 
Kurtz B. office 15 German st 
Kurtz John L tailor. Low bet High and Exeter sts 
Kuster Lewis, paver, 33 n High st 
Kuszman Lawrence, boot and shoe maker, York av 
Kyle A. B. 2 Pratt st dw 86 Hanover st 
IjABBY Ann, Pitt st eof Harford run 
tLabark Eli, coach driver, Park st s of Wagon al 
198 



Director for 1837. LAN 

Labranlhwaite James A. s e cor Baltimore and Eden sis 
Labroquere Bernard, cooper, Commerce si wharf 
Lachelle Hugh, French teacher, Paca st s of Carpenter's alley 
Lackey Wm. tailor, Canal near McElderry st 
Lackey Alexander, mariner, Lancaster st w of Strawberry al 
Lncount James, currier, 103 s Howard st 
Lacy Richard, seaman, Fleet between Bond st and Apple a! 
Ladd Wm. tavern, Pratt st w of Penn 
La Falonier Anna Clara, Wilk st e of Market 
Lafetra, Jacob, shoe dealer, 46 Pratt st 
Lafelra Thomas H. cordwainer, cor Paca st and Elbow lane 
Lafitte J. S. mt. 4 Commerce st dw cor Holliday and Pleasant 
Lafore Peter, 33 Albemarle st 
Lafleur mrs Elizabeth, Granby e of Gough st 
Lair Christian, butcher, Charles s of Henrietta st 
Laib John, carpenter, Fayette w of Paca st 
Lake and Co. 8 s Charles st 
Lakeman John, 14 Low st 

La Naitre Benjamin, rigger, Shakspearest e of Bond 
Lalan Richard, turner, York bet Charles and Light sis 
Lale Joseph, spar maker, Philpot w of Wills st 
Laloo mrs Louisa, Light st extended 

Lamb John, stock manu. cor Bait & Light sis dw 13 Barnet fct 
Lamb John, labourer, corner Holliday and Centre sts 
Lamb Michael, leather dealer, High n of Exeter st 
Lamb Joseph, weaver, Preston st s of Ross 
Lamb Daniel, dairy, 116 s Paca st 
Lambden Edward s sailmaker, Caroline s of Pratt st 
Lambden Caroline, Eutaw st n of Franklin 
Lambdin Thomas, keeper city spring, Pratt st dw 19 Ann at 
Lambdin mrs Ann, Gough near Spring st 
Lambert Cornelius, car driver, Constitution st near Monument 
Lambert Wm. clerk n Gay near Mott st 
Lambert mrs E. music teacher, n Gay near Mott fit 
Lambert Joseph, shoemaker, 11 Thompson st 
Lambert Thomas, whilewasher, Front s of Low st 
Lambie James, shoemaker, Hampstead e of Eden st 
Lampley Oliver, cooper, 25 Hawk st 
Lambric Henry, porter, Saratoga near Gay st 
tLammerson Joseph, Caroline near Wilk st 
Lancaster Thos. B. house carpenter, Gough 1 door e of Eden 
Lancaster George, huckster, York between Light and Charles 
Lancaster John, huckster, Biddle st e of Penn av 
Lancaster Ann, cabinet maker, 10 Camden st 
Lancaster Wm. carpenter, Eden n of Pitt st 
Lancaster John, cabinet maker, Mercer e of Light st 
Lancaster Jesse, blacksmith, Water st e of Light 
Lander Elizabeih, widow, York st between Light and Charles 
Landis Henry, innkeeper. Front st between Low and Gav 
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LAT MatcheWs Baltimore 

Landman Polly, widow, Hampstead st w of Strawberry alley 

Landstreet John & Son, grocer, s e cor Howard and Lombard 

Landstreet John, dw 56 Fayette st 

Lane Elizabeth, 56 Bond st 

Lane Edw. shoemaker, 53 Centre Market space 

Lane John, ropemaker, Light st extended 

Lane mrs Mary, tailoress, Constitution st near French 

Lane A. H. hat store. 9 e Baltimore st 

Lane Wm. cordwainer, Granby st e ofGough 

Lane Thomas A. sea captain, Pitt st w of Aisquith 

|Lane Abraham, waiter, Pleasant st w of College al 

tLane Nancy, Eden st s of Pitt 

Laneheart Jonathan, painter 105 Green st 

Lanehart Wm. tailor, 7 Grant st ' 

Lang A. confectioner, w Pratt st e ofPaca 

Lang Wm. cor Hawk and Centre sts 

Lange Henry, hotel, 92 Bond st 

Lange August, harness maker, 116 Franklin st 

Langley Edw. cabinet maker, Orleans st w of Canal 

Langley James, carpenter, 68 n Exeter st 

Langlin George, sawyer, Burgundy al e of Green st 

Langrall Asa, tailor, 51 Centre Market space 

Lanham John, ship joiner, Bishop's lane near Fawn st 

Lankford Wm. ship joiner, 96 Bond st 

Lank ford Wiley, lancy store, 99 Baltimore st 

Lankford Edw. carpenter, Lexington st e of Paca 

Lankford David, carpenter, 49 Pitt st 

Lansdale mrs Miranda, boarding house, 313 w Baltimore st 

Landsy Cato, Pleasant st e of Park 

JLaprade B. barber, Paca st dw Pierce w of Pine 

tLanville Thomas, waterman, Exeter st n of Hillen 

Larkin Archibald, labourer, French st near High 

Larkin Hugh, carter, Union st n of Penn av 

Larkins Wm. potter, 21 Bank lane 

Laroque John M. chemist and druggist, cor Ballo. & Harrison 

Laroque Edward, dentist, 31 Charles st 

La Rainlrie John L. prof, of modern lang's, Fayette e of Sharp 

Larmer Eliva, boardinir house, Charles st court n of Camden 

Larabee Ephraim, shoe thread store 20 n Calvert st 

Lash Ephraim, labourer. Tyson st extended 

Latch Gorlash, grocer, Bait e of Poppleton st 

Lathan Edward, cordwainer, Eager al e side 

Latimer Wallace, clerk corner Sharp and Conway sts 

Latimer James B. notary public, s w cor St» Paul and Fayette 

dw n e corner Saratoga and Courlland sta 
Latruite John P. silver smith, 3 w Bait st 
Latty Samuel, city work, WiJk st bridge e side 
Latty Joseph, labourer, Bishop's al near Pratt st 
Latty John L. Cambridge st Canton 
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Director for 1837. LEA. 

Laty Joseph, boat builder, Thames st sot" Wolfdw 16 Fleet st 
Lauder John, cooper, 33 Ann st 
Laudenslager Catherine, Ann st a of Wilk 
Lauder George, cordwainer, Sterling near Mott st 
Lauderback Samuel, bricklayer, York bet Light & Charles sta 
Lauderman Jacob, waterman, 72 Alice Anna st 
Lauderman mrs Mary, grocer, 25 Bond st 
Lauderman Capt. James, mariner, cor Wills and Philpol st 
Laughlin Thomas, carpenter, Camden e of Hanover st 
Lavancy Edward, oyster cellar, adjoining Gay st bridge 
Laveille miss S. H. 178 Hanover st 
Lavignac Emily, n w corner of Bond and Wrlk sts 
Law John K. cust. house officer, dw 11 Waterloo row 
Law George, n e corner of North and Pleasant sts 
Lawder Benjamin, proprietor of carts Harford av 
Lawder C. shoemaker, Thompson st bet Friendship Si, Aisquith 
Lawless Richard, grocer, n e cor Pearl and Saratoga sts 
Lawn Henry, grocer, n Front near Hillen st '^ [tended 

Lawn Geo. agt. for French & Spanish, claims, German st ex- 
Lawrence Dr. Daniel H. 78 Alice Anna st 
Lawrence Elizabeth, 78 Alice Anna st 
Lawrence Valentine, brickmaker, Washington s of Wilk st 
Lawrence mrs Ann L. n w corner Stiles and Gough sts 
Lawrence Elizabeth, huckster, Harf av near Monument st 
Lawrence mrs Esther, shoebinder, Frederick s of Water st 
Lawrence Wm. pattern maker, Hughes st bet Light &, Willianii 
tLawrence Matthew, sawyer, Happy al n of Wilk st 
Lawrenson mrs Elizabeth, Camden w of Sharp st 
Lawson mrs Ann, 9 Bond st 

Lawson Jane, corner, Lancaster si and Apple al [Exeter st 
Lawson Stephen firm of Lawson and Brice, Pratt 1 Door e of 
Lawson James, victualler, Penn av s of Hoffman st 
Lawson Stephen, com mt. 75 Smith's wharf 
Lawson Robert, victualler, Penn av extended 
Lawson mrs. victualler, Penn av extended 
Lawton Charles, city watchman, Sugar al e of Charles st 
Lawton Sarah B. sempstress, 16 Tripolelt's al 
Layton Sophia, widow, Hull's lane w of Aisqtith st 
Lea Samuel J. merchant, George st e of Pine 
Leadbeater John, druggist 190 w Bait stl42 Eutaw st 
Leadley Jacob, brushmaker Light st extended 
Leach Caleb L. lott. of. 21 1-2 n Howard st dw Fayette w of 
Leach Henry, rope maker, Harford avenue Pine 

Leach Wm. gold leaf manufacturer. 69 12 Baltimore st 
League James, city watchman, 44 Bond st 
League Abraham, liquor store, Caroline s of Wilk st 
League Luke Caroline n of Gough st 
League Luke, jr. 9 e Pratt st 
League George, Salisbury, e of High st 
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LEE Matchett's Baltimore 

League Luke, boot and shoe manu. 264 Pratt near Charles at 

League John, carpenter, Light st extended 

League Wm. currier, 8 Cheapside, dw cor Water and Lloyd 

League Columbus, shoemaker, Cross bet Light & Williams sts 

Leake Adam, tailor. Light near Balderston st 

Leakin Andrew T. 10 s High st 

Leakiii Shepherd C. 16 s High st 

Leakins isaac, waterman, Eden n of Silver st 

Leaman Gotleib F. shoemaker, Bond s of Wilk st 

Leaman E. P. & W. G hat manu. 42 Bait st and 26 n Howard 

Leaman Columbus A. boot and shoe manu. cor Centre Market 

space and Second st dw 69 Pitt st 
Lears Nicholas, labourer, 17 New st 
Leary Peter and Sons, hat manu. 27 Thames st 
liCasure Lewis, segar maker, Marion w of Park st 
Leatherberry Ann, tailoress, Orleans w of Friendship st 
Leatherberry Edward, n w corner Concord and Water sts 
Lebor? Charles, clothing store, 103 n Howard st 
Lebranlhwaite James A. corner Bait and Eden Bti 
J^ebron Anthony, Pratt st e of Strawberry al 
iLebrun Mary F. sempstress Pitt st w of Harford run 
i^eche Devid, dry goods mt 75 Bait st 
Leckey Lelilia, school Wolf n of Alice Auna st 
Lecompte mrs Mary, 65 e Water st 
tLecomple, James, labourer, Apple al n of Fleet st 
Lector Lewis, labourer, Hull's jane w of Aisquith st 
Leddy John, grocer, cor Saratoga and Liberty sts 
Ledlam mrs R. shokeeper, cor Low and Potter sts 
Lcdiey Wm. brickmaker, Charles s of Henrietta st 
Lcdiey Daniel, brickmaker, 130 s Paca st 
Lednum Ezekiel, watchman, 96 Market st 
Lee John, labourer, Wolf n of Gough st 
Lee J. G. apothecary, n e cor. Centre Market sp and Pratt st 
Lee P. H. minister, s Howard near Barre st 
Lee mrs boarding House, Marion st bet Howard and Eutaw sis 
Lee James H. boot and shoe manu. Pratt w of Howard 
Lee Pecia, Charles st w of Saratoga 
if.ee Thomas, blacksmith, corner Bath and HoUiday sts 
Lee Elisha, coach manu. Holliday s of Saratoga dw Holliday 

n of Saratoga street 
Lee Josiah & Co. lott. and ex. office, s e cor Calvert and Bait 
Lee Wm. dry goods mt. 79 Bait st dw Frederick n of Bait st 
Lee mrs Catherine, carpet weaver, 2 doors s of French 
Lee Edward, wagoner, Bait st extended 
J^ee John, labourer, Park e of Schroeder 
Lee Wm. carpenter, Freeman st n of Park lane 
Lee Levi, blacksmith, Chesnut al e of Pearl st 
Lee Samuel, labourer, Vine st w of Cove 
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Lee John, book binder, Vine st W of Cove 

Lee Richard, labourer, Bait si e of Cove 

LeeChas. blacksmith, Green s of Bait dw Pearl sof Park lane 

Lee John R. grocer, 102 n Howard st 

Lee Kemp, labounr, St. Mary's st a of Ross 

Lee Samuel, labourer, Long ai s of Ross st 

Lee Richard, chair maker, cor Lombard and Eutaw st 

Lee Collins T. attorney at law, cor Lexington and Charles sis 

Lee Daniel, carpenter, Lee st w of Sharp 

Lee Abraham, cordwainer, Hoiland w of Harford run 

Lee Wm. saddler. Forest w of Harford run 

Lee Isaac, carter, Painter's court near Pitt st 

TLee Perry, labourer, French lane near Charles st 

tLee Wm. drayman, Sharp s of Barnet 

tLee Abraham, Apple al near Alice Anna st 

tLee Philip, Run al n of Lexington st 

tLee Joseph, labourer. Elbow lane w of Green st 

|r>ee Rodley, labourer, Perry e of Eutaw 

tLee Cesar, labourer, Lee st w of Sharp 

jLee Charlotte, washer. Forest s of Douglass st 

tLee Devan, drayman. Short st n of Orleans st 

Leech Ruth, cor Market Space and Water st 

Leech Caleb, lottery office, cor Fayette and Howard sts 

Leef J ship carpenter, Stiles e of High st 

Leef Henry, corner High and Fawn stt 

Leek Susan, 35 n High st 

Leek mrs Su.«an, 129 s Sharp st 

Leeke James, carpenter. Park lane e of Cove st 

Leeke & Co. dry goods mt, 69 n Howard st 

Lafetra Jacob, shoe dealer, 64 Pratt st 

Leeke Richard, dry ^oods merchant, cor Baltimore and Hanover 

sts. dw 65 s Sharp st 
Lefevre David, whip and cane maker, Molt st near Sterling 
Lelerre Abraham, primer, 17 n Exeter st 
Lefcver Lewis, pedlar, Mercer, e of Grant 
LefTernian William, tanner and currier, French st near Bath 
Leffever Charles, cabinet maker, Vine ste of Pine 
Leffller Mrs Ann, Armistead lane e of Liojht st 
Laflar Georjre, labourer, Columbia st w of Green 
Le<rar William, Ensor st near Mott 
tLegar Daniel, labourer, Patterson st near Pratt 
tLegard Elizabeth, fruit .shop, Ensor st near Mott 
+Lege'. Benjamin, labourer, Carpenter alley w of Howard st 
Leggett Miss, seminary, e Water st w of Albemarle 
Legrand Samuel D. core Baltimore and Caroline sts 
Leiberman John, Strawberry alley near Wilk st 
Leinharlen Jacobina, 64 Bond st 

Jiemmon Chas. bookbinder, Fayette st near Calvert, dw Fayette 
L-mmon W P. com, mt. 77 Smith's whf. [st near Sharp 

*203 



LEV MatcheWs Baltimore 

Lemmon Rebecca, Fleet st 1 door from Ann 

Lemmoii Richard, carpenter, Holland st extended 

Lemmon David R. R. contractor, d\v Colunnbia st opp. Green 

Lemmon Christianna, cor Eutavvand I^oinbard sts 

Lemmon Miss, Charles st n of Lee 

Lemmon Dr. A. H dental surgeon, 96 Aisquith st 

Lemmon Robert & Co. auctioneers, Buchannan's whfs of Pratt 

Lemmon R. of above firm, d\v Cathedral si near Mulberry 

Lemmon Christiana, teacher of piano, 9 s Exeter st 

jLeminon John, carter, Strawberry alley s ofPinkney st 

iLemon James, drayman. Necessity alley e of Exeter st 

Lenhart Mrs Mary, 10 Philpot st 

Lenhart William, grocer, Charles st s of Henrietta 

Lenox James, cooper, Argyle alley n of Lancaster st 

Lentz & Flack, importers^of German goods, 220 1-2 w Baltimore 

Leon Abraham, clothing store, 23 Harrison st 

Leon Isaac, clothing store, 25 Harrison st 

Leonard Daniel, ship carpenter, Ann st n of Fleet 

Leonard Joseph, waterman, Alice Anna st 1 door from Boiul 

Leonard William M. cabinet maker, 2 Perry st 

Leonard Amasa, ladies' shoe maker, 25 German st 

Lepson Jacob, sawyer, Baltimore st w of Cove 

Lerew John carpenter, 134 Lombard st 

Lerew David, coach maker, Howard st n of Pratt, dw Paca st s 

Lescomb Je«my,shop keeper, Water st vv of Grant [of Columbia 

Lesfauries Alexander, confectioner, Lombard st e of Charles 

Leslie John, rigger, 12 e Fleet st 

Leslie Robert, sea captain, e Baltimore st betvv East and Aisquitli 

Lester Shipley, carpenter, Conway st 

Lester James & Shipley, carpenters, 5 Lexington st 

Lester James, carpenter, Low st betw Front and High 

Lester William, stone mason, Low st betw Front and High sts 

Letournau John B. M. clock and watch maker, 48 1-2 Baltimore 

Letter Mrs Mary, 38 n High st [dw cor Gay and Aisquith sts 

Levering and Edwards, Pratt st bridge, dw Levering 109 w Bal- 

Levering Jesse & Sons, 2S Cheapside [more st 

Levering & Son, importers of China, 8 Pratt st whf. dw Pratt 

st, betw Hanover and Charles 
Levering Jesse, dw cor Sharp and Lombard sis 
Levering Edward J. of above firm, dw cor sliarp and Lee sts 
J^evering and Hinks, China merchants, 38 s Charles st 
Levering & Harrison, commission merchant, 5 Bowley's wharf 
Levering Thomas W. of above firm, dw 117 Hanover st 
Levering Edward, merchant, cor Lee and Sharp sts 
Levering E. dw 25 Pratt st 
Levering George, butcher, Pittst e of Eden 
Levering Peter, dw cor Sharp and Camden sts 
Leves Charles, carpenter, German st w of Pearl 
Levin L. C. attorney at law, 20 Hanover st 
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Director for 1837. LIM 

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Levy Josep!), Pratt st 1 doore of Caroline 

Levy Thomas P. painter, s Gay st near Water, dw Salisbury st 

Levy Mrs. board inir riouse, Conway st w oCCharles [near Exeter 

tLevy Sarah, huckster, Gallows Hill 

Lewis W. house carpenter, Wilk st opposite Higli 

Lewis William C. niariner, 48 Thames st 

Lewis Mrs Elizabeth, Pratt st w pi" Market 

Lewis & Coleman, booksellers and stationers, 258 1-2 Baltimore st 

Lewis J. N. bookseller, dw 35 Fayette st 

Lewis Joseph H. millwriirht, cor Davis and Centre sts 

Lewis John, carpenter, Neighbour st near Harford avenue 

Lewis James, cordwainer, Armistead lane e of Li^^^ht st 

Lewis John, carpenter, Tripolett's alley near Second st 

Lewis Eli, Fayette st e of Pine 

Lewis Ann Maria, market woman Temple st n of Baltimore 

Lewis Jas. bricklayer, Friendship st betw Thompson and Orleans 

Lewis William B. cabinet maker, 27 s Calvert st 

Lewis Jno. tailor and draper, 14 South st 

Lewis Mrs Rachel, York et betw Charles and Li^^ht 

Lewis Levi, mariner, Armistead lane w of William st 

Lewis Mrs Mary A. Granby st e of Gough 

tLewis Charlotte, Sterling st near Monument 

tLewis Sonnet, sempstress, Marion st near Park 

tLewis Joseph, barber, Wilk st 1 door from Happy alley 

ILewis Mary, Washer, Fleet st near Market f. p. 

+ Lewis Andrew, blacksmith, Run alleys of Saratoga -st 

tLewis Emanuel, Fayette st e of Run alley 

tLewis John, labourer, Ross st w of Long alley 

tLewis Jt)hn, waterman, St'-awberry alley near Wilk st 

tLewis Saliy, sempstress, Wagon alley e of Eutaw st 

tLewis Emily, Pwtterst betw Gay and Low sts 

Leypold William F. grocer, 61 n Gay st. dw Harrison near Gay 

Lias George, carpenter. Green willow st n of Chatsworth 

Liberty Fire Engine House, intersection of Park and Fayette sts 

Library Baltimore, Assembly rooms, cor Fayette and Holliday sts 

see View of Baltimore at beginning, page 19 
Liddle Mrs Mary, cook shop, Frederick sf near Water 
Lieb Thomas, saddler, 66 Bond st 
Lieber John, whip maker, S])rmg st n of Wilk 
Lightner Henry, tinner. Forest st near Hiilen 
Lightner Mrs Betsy, huxter. Neighbour st 
Lights Andrew, cabinet maker, George ste of Pine 
Lilly Alonzo & Co. wholesale variety store, 201 Baltimore st 
Lilly A. Franklin ste of Park 
Lilly Robert, waterman, Wolfst near Alice Anna 
Lilly George W. carpenter, Richmond st e of Howard 
Lilly Richard, saddler, Hampstead st w of Caroline 
Liman Charles, grocer, Harrison at n of Baltimore 
Limas William, drayman. Pleasant st e of Park 
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LLO Matchett's Baltimore 

Linch Capt AiiHrew, Elisor st foot of Gallows Hill 
Lindenberij^er xMiss Geortre, St. Paul's st near Saratoga 
Lindenman Cliristopher, labourer, Apple alley near Laocaster st 
Li iderman Conrad, baker, cor Hanover st and Busy alley 
tLindsay Harriet, Strawberry alley n of Pratt st 
Lindsey Win. grocery and liquor store, cor Ross st and Long al 
Lindsey Alexander, bricklayer, 77 s Eutaw st 
Lineberorer William, tinner, e Baltimore st w of Caroline 
Lineberi^rer John, labourer, Hill st w of Sharp 
Lineber<2-er Caleb, huckster, Baltimore st extended 
Lineberirer Catherine, sempstress, cor Schroederand Holland sts 
Linert Samuel, labciurer, Ross st opposite Paca 
Liney Lewis, shoe maker, Front st s ol" Low 
Lincrford Miss, Lexington st w of Charles 
Linginfelter Henry, cabinet maker, Lee st e of Charles 
Lingiufelter Catln?rine, grocer, Chesnut alley e of Pearl st 
tLinings David, labourer, Ensor st 
Link Mrs Ann, Cross sts of William 
Linthicum R. dw Prait st w of Sharp 
Lintbicum Henry, tailor, Cove st n of Pierce 
Linzey Wm. boot and shoe manufacturer, cor East and Ensor sts 
Linzey Catherine, washer, St. Mary st n of Pennsylvania avenue 
Lions James, iron thunder, Pratt st e of Paca 
Lipp Josei)h, tailor, cor Paca and Lexington sts 
Lippcn Sophia, liquor store, Wilk st w of Caroline 
Lippy George, carpenter, Union st n of Pennsylvania avenu* 
List Adam, cordwainer, Ross st w of Paca 
Litsinger John, Baltimore flictory, Baltimore st e of Cove 
Litter Mary, dress n)aker, Green st n of Mulberry 
liittig Mrs Rachel, Gougii st w of Caroline 
Liitig C. B. dw Courlland st near Saratoga 
Littig Keziah, Eutaw st n of Fayette 

Litiig Philip & Son, importers of Ibreign goods, 183 Ballo. st 
Littig Luther, grocer, n Exeter st betw Gay and Low 
Jiittig Frederick S. guager, s w cor Gough and Caroline sia 
Little Capt. George, 53 Market st f. p. 
Little William, cor Pratt st and Centre Market Space 
Little Robert, grocer, cor French and Exeter sis 
Little Richard, weaver. Pierce st w of Chalsworth 
Little l.>aac, weaver, 28 Union st 
Little Jacob A. tailor, Paca st n of New 
Little Mrs. Racael, 4 Bank st 
Liltlefield Abraham, porter, ISO n Howard st 
Litton Thomas, saiimaker, 135 Bond st 
|Lively John, labourer, Tyson alley e of Howard st 
Livingston John, 40 Eutaw st 

Jjivingston James, cordwainer, Lee st betw Charles and Light 
Livingston Constant, fisherman, Cross st e oi William 
l^loyd Jenkins, grocer, s e cor Albemarle and Wilk sts 
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Director for 1837. LON 

Llojd John I. attorney at law, Fayette st vv of Calvert 

Lloyd mrs Mary, tailoress, Hillen st near Ensor 

Lloyd John, grocer, cor Patterson and Cable sts 

Lloyd mrs Micha, Lexingion st e of Cove 

tLloyd Geo. Barker, Davis st near Bath 

1 Lloyd Mary, Apple al near Fleet st 

J-Lloyd Henry, labourer, Long al s of New st 

ILloyd Richard, labourer, 17 Saratoga st 

tLloyd Cassy, waslier, Short st s of Orleans 

Loane John, rope maker, n Gay st near Belle Air market 

Loane Jose[)h, sailmaker, 67 Smith's wharf up stairs, dw cor 

Gough and Pratt sis 
Loane Edmund, shoe manufacturer, 64 Lexington st 
Locke L. carpenier, n e cor Alice Anna and Wolf sts 
Locke Tliojnas, upholsterer, Monument st near Forest 
tLocke John, carter, Apple al s of Bank st 
Lockerd , lime and feed store, Pratt st w of Paca 

Lockey Anrlrew, tobacconist, North st s of Bath 
tLockman Nathan, labourer, Saratoga st extended 
ILockman Rebecca, huckster, Charles sr n of Montgomery 
Lockington Joshua, clerk, 41 n Exeter st 
Lockland Brian, carpenter, Aisquiih st n of Monument 
iLocks Alexander, boot black, Lerew's al n of Mulberry st 
iLocks Stephen, stevadore. Strawberry al s of Bank 
Lockwood Edw. cor Water st and Centre Market space 
Lockwood Wm. tailor. Sterling st near Monument 
Lockwood Crandell, cordwainer, Vine st w of Cove 
Lockwood John, tai'or, 23 Mulberry st 
Loder George, professor of music, Barre st e of Sharp 
Logamann H. grocer, dw Hanover si a of Hughea 
Logan H. M. cabinet maker, 11 New Church st 
li )gan James, Pierce st n side 

Logan Jos cooper, Lerew's al dw Franklin st e of Lerew's al 
Logan Samuel L. baker, 63 Saratoga st 
Logan James, Forest st vv of Harford run 
:j:Logan Mary, Calvert st near City mill 
Logerman Henry, tavern. Pratt ste of Commerce 
Logic Jane, milliner, 52 Liberty st 
|Logie Noah, labourer, Sugar al w of Charles st 
Logue Michael, boot and shoe man'r. Ensor st near Forest 
Logue James, dry goods mt. l4 Centre market space 
Logue Isabella, sempstress. Mulberry st w of Paca 
Loker Michael, pilot, 63 e Fleet st 
Lomas Jacob, painter, JiOng al s of Ross st 
Lomax Wm. shoemaker. Low st between Front and High 
tLomax David, caulker, Caroline st s of Cough 
Lombard A. & Co. feather dressing and bedding emporium, 

cor Baltimore and Holliday sts 
JLondon James P. waiter, Potter st n of Douglass 
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LOV MatchelVs Baltimore 

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Lone Sarah, shopkeeper, Forest st s of Orleans 

Loney Jno. teller P'.irmer's and Merchants' bank, Courtland st 

near Mulberry 
Loney Wm. dry goods mt. cor Gay & High sts d\v next door 
Loney Martha, shopkeeper, East st s of Half Moon alley 
Longe Harman, blacksmith, Barre st w of Howard 
Long Thomas H. plumber and tinner, 8 Tliames st dw Shaks- 

peare 2d door from Market 
Long Saml. ship carpenter, n w cor Lancaster st 8t Happy al 
Long Rebecca, 79 Alice Anna st 
Long mrs Elizabeth, shoe store, 5 Market st 
Long mrs Sarah, grocer, cor Ensor and East sts 
Long K. D. carpenter. Grant st near Light dw 42 n Gay 
Long mrs Mary, Gay st near Potter 

Long & Bounds, boot and shoe manufacturers, 37 South st 
Long Martha, washer, Wayne st w of Sharp 
Long Levi, boot and shoe maker, basement City Hotel, dw 

Calvert st opposite Mulberry 
Longiey John, brickmaker, Light st extended 
Longley Samuel, miller, 130 Eutaw st 
Looney Miss M. milliner, Holland st w of Eden 
Looney Chas. boot and shoemaker, Holland st w of Eden 
Lorey Francis, miller, Hampstead st 5i <loors w of Spring 
Lorkin Wm. grocer, 39 C. market sp. dw High near Plowman 
Lorman John, cordwainer, Canal st near McElderry 
Lorman Jos. tavern. Block near drawbridge 
Lorman Wm corner Charles and Lexington sts 
Lorman Horace, shoemaker. Light near Hill st 
Lorman Arnold, laborer, Saratoga st vv of Chatsworth 
Lorrents Ann, widow, Montgomery st e of Charles 
Lorton Wm. shoemaker, cor Charles and Henrietta sta 
Lorton Richard, city watchman, Henrietta st near Charles 
Lorts Charles, carpenter, n e cor Argyle al and Alice Anna st 
Lother Mrs. Ruth, grocer, Baltimore st extended 
Loudenslager Conrad, carpenter, Vine st w of Cove 
Louderman John, Market st s of Fleet 
Louderman Henry, baker, 26 Market st f. p. 
f Loudon George, carpenter, Wagon al e of Howard st 
Loughron John, oyster house', s w cor South and Water sts 
Louis Joseph, barber, Thames 1 door e of Bond 
Louman Mitchell, tavern, 13 McElderry's wharf 
Louman Wm. shoemaker, Wilk st near Strawberry alley 
Love Joseph, boot and shoe maker, Montgomery st w of Light 
Love Dr. Wm. S. 65 Lexington st 
Love Haltma^n, labourer, Biddle al s of Ross st 
tLovely Perry, drayman, 142 s Eutaw st [near Calvert 

Lovegrove James, bookseller, 23 s Calvert st dw Lovely lane 
Lovell Wm. baker, 57 Gay si near Saratoga 
Lovejoy & Merriam, hosiery and yarn store, 45 Baltimore st 
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Director for 1837. LUS 

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Lovett Margaret, widow, 8 West st ' 

Low Capt. Cornelius, 4 Caroline run, Caroline st 

Low William, watchman, 5 Fleet st e of Market Fell's Point 

Low Mrs. Sarah,^china store, Eutaw st 1 door s of Lexington 

Low B. Huckster, Long al s of New church st 

Low Henderson P., carpenter, Bolton Row Biddle st 

|Low Susan, washer, Wagon al w of Park st 

tLow David, porter, Little sharp st n of Lexington 

Lowden Levi, caulker, Happy al near Alice Annast 

Lowe Thomas VV. grocers n w cor Cove and Franklin 

[jowe Alfred, painter, Thames e of Bond st dw Alice Anna e 

of Caroline 
Lowe Anthony, laborer, Pinkney st e of Bond 
Lowe John, boot and shoemaker, Pratt st w of Charles 
Lownes Caleb P. baker, Ensor st near Mott 
Lovvrey John, ship joiner, s e cor Wilk st and Strawberry nl 
Lowry J. custom house officer, dw Mechanics' row Wilk st 
Lowry John, weaver, cor Sarah Ann and Poppleton sts 
Lowry R. H. clerk, 19 Barnetst 
Lowry Thomas, tailor. East st 2 doors from Pitt 
Lowry mrs Mary, 22 e Water st 
Lucas Fielding, bookseller and stationer, 133 Baltimore st 

dw cor Saratoga and St Paul's 
Lucas John, cordwainer. Sterling st near Monument 
Lucas Peter B. tailor, Fleet st near Bond 
Lucas Thos. W. shoemaker, Market st 1 door from Alice Anna 
Lucas Edw. Mechanic's house, 42 Market st 
Lucas Capt. Thomas, Stiles st e of High 
Lucas Harriet, huckster, Harford avenue 
Lucas Joshua, carpenter, Saratoga st e of Schroeder 
Lucas .fames, cor Eager al and Chamberlain st 
Lucas S. brewery, cor Conway and Hanover sts 
Lucas & Deaver, printers, cor Lovely lane and Calvert st 
Lucas James, of above firm, dw 63 n Exeter st 
tLucas Henr>, hackman, Pratt st e of Eutaw 
tLucas Josnua, labourer, Run al n of Park st 
tLucas Joshua, labourer, Columbia st e of Paca 
Lucchesi Frederick, musician, Orleans st w of Canal 
Luck J. hat man'r- 60 C. market sp. dw Orleans st near Eden 
Lucky John, wheelwiight, n Gay st near Forest dw Sterling 
Lucre Stephen, Biddle st e of Penn av [near Mott 

Ludden Lemuel, Eutaw st s of Pratt 
Luddin L. hardware store, 221 w Baltimore st 
Luff mrs Catherine, boarding house, High st near Gay « 

Luff Thomas, pocket book maker, 46 n Front st 
Lugent Christiana, grocer, St Mary's st s of Penn avenue 
Lurman Charles, merchant, Charles st n of Mulberry 
Lusby Wrn. mt. tailor, 111 Balto. st dw Calvert near Lombard 
Lusby Benjamin, gardener, Canton 
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MAC MatchetVs Baltimore 

Lusby A. M. & Co- dry goods dealers, 21 Pratt 8t 

Lusby Henry, iron founder, 6 Tliompsonst 

Lusby Henry, runner Franklin bank, 68 n High st 

Lusceleak David, foundry man, Light st near Montgomery 

Lusk John, carpenter, Eden st s of Pratt 

Lutheran churclies, see page 17 view of Baltimore 

Lulhold Mrs. Pearl st s of Franklin 

Lultz Fredk. H. cedar cooper, Baltimore st w of Eutaw, d\v 

Park lane e of Pine st 
Lyell John, millwright, Montgomery st e of Charles 
Lyeth John, carpenter, Marion st between Eutaw and Howard 
Lyeth Samuel, carpenter, Saratoga st w of Chatsworth 
Lyford VVm. hotel, 38 South st 
J^ymas Charles, 4 Salisbury alley 
Lynch Wm. labourer, w Pratt st near bridge 
Lynch Jamea, Wilk st 1 door w of Ann 
Lynch Arthur, seaman. Commerce st n of Pratt 
Lynch John, watchmaker, 7 Franklin st 
Lynch mrs H. Ross st opposite Paca 
Lynch John, carpenter Howard st s of Richmond 
Lynch Jos. paver, Mullikin st e of Spring 
Lynch & Craft, paint and oil store, 16 Cheapside 
Lynch John, carter, Cross st e of Williams 
Lyon John, iron foundry, Pratt st dw cor Conway and Sharp 
Lyons Mrs. boarding house, Sharp st s of Baltimore |^ 
Lyons Michael, student, Charles st s of Lee 
Lyons James, gardiner, n Gay st opposite Shot lower 
Lyons John, tailor, Sterling st near Madison 
Lyons John, ship carpenter, Montgomery st e of Cjiarles 
Lyons James, manufacturer, cor Franlilin and Chatsworth sts 
Lysher Achah, milliner, George st e of Pine 
Lysher Z. cor Cove and Pierce sts 
Lyster John, sawyer, Busy al e of Sharp st 
Lyster John, merchant, Baltimore st e of Pine 
Lytic Robt. A. watchmaker, s Gay st near Baltimore 

31aCCABEE Ann, sempstress, back of 45 n Exeter at 
Macauley Dr. cor Lombard st and Cypress alley 
Maccleson John, Exeter st opposite Trinity church 
Maccubbin Samuel, brush manufacturer, 38 n Gay st 
Maccubbin J. tailor, H Holliday st dw Orleans near Aisquilh 
Mace & Wilson, merchant tailors, Pratt st e of Sharp 
Mace Stephen T. ladies' shoe maker, Market st near Pratt 
Mace Nancy, cor Water st and Centre Market space 
Mackall Benjamin, Montgomery st e of Light 
Mackall Dr. L. dentist, 18 Faye'tte st 

Mackenheimer mrs J. dry goods dealer, Hanover 8 of Camden 
Mackenheimer John, cooper, Park st s of Saratoga 

Mackenheimer , Park st s of Wagon alley 

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Mackenzie Thomas, saddler, Baltimore st e of Charles dw cor 

Lexington and Liberty- 
Mackenzie 8c Co. chemists, cor Baltimore and Gay sts 
Mackenzie Dr. J. P. office & dw cor Fayette and Holliday sts 
Mackheimer Wm. tailor, Pine st n ofChesnut alley 
Mackfaden Charles, carpenter, 53 s Howard st 
Mackhenry James, pamter, Paca st n of Franklin 
Mackin Francis, carter, Forest st near Monument 
Mackin Bernard, carpenter, Mulberry near Calvert st 
Mackilroy Thomas, commission warehouse, 2 Light st wharf 
Mackintosh Alexander, city watchman, Forrest st op Pent'ry 
Mackville George, machinist, Cove st s of Pratt 
Macy R. B Carver, 31 Thames st shop Lancaster et 
Madden John, laborer, Wagon al e of Park st 
Madden John F., plaisterer, Barre s of Charles st 
Madden David, Saratoga st w of Cove 
Madden Jesse, laborer, Tyson's al near Falls road 
Madden Daniel, blacksmith, 124 s Paca st 
tMadden John, laborer, Guilford al 1 door e of Charles st 
tMadden George, cooper, Baltimore st extended 
Maddox Lazaurus, porter, Columbia st e of Paca 
Maddox C. E., clerk, 72 n Charles ft 
Maddox Milley, huckster. Busy al e of Sharp st 
Maddox Thomas, boot and shoemaker, cor Constitution and 
Maddox Daniel, carpenter, 93 Orleans st [French sts 

tMaddox Joseph, laborer, alley bet Spring and Caroline sts 
Madison John, saddler. Canal, s of Gough 
Madison &, Lee, horse collar makers, 57 Harrison st 
Maffei Angelo, fancy store, 40 Centre Market Space 
Magarity James, laborer, Davis st near Bath 
Magarity John, moulder, Calvert st near Mulberry 
Magaurin Elizabeth C, dry goods store, cor Lexington and 
Magee James, laborer, Light st near Lee [Green sts 

Magee Jane, dress maker, Albemarle n of Pratt st 
Mager Anthony, brickmaker, Light st extended 
Magers Elias, tobaconist, 32 Pratt st 
Magill Charles A., merchant tailor, 44 n Gay st 
Magness James, merchant tailor, 20i Bait, st dw High 3 doors 
Magness Samuel, shoemaker, East n of Douglass st [s of Pitt 
Magness Benjamin, chair maker, 3 Temple st 
Magnes Frederick, Wilk st w of Spring 
Magrain Mary, confectioner, Pcnn. Av. s of Union st 
Magrath John, grocer, Charles s of Lee st 
Magrath Edward, grocer, 110 Dugan's wharf 
Magree Vansant, segar maker, Carolines of Bank [Saratoga 
Magruder William, attorney at law. office & dw St Paul's s of 
Magruder J. H. paper man. 17 New Church st 
Magruder Hon. R. B., associate judge, 6th judicial district dw 
Saratoga tt near St. Paul's 



MAN - MatcheWs Baltimore 

Magrudcr John, tobacco inspr. dw cor Lexington &l INorth sts 

Maguire Margaret, boarding house, Holliday w of Saratoga st 

Maguire Patrick, cordwainer, Constitution st near Monument 

Maguire Dr. Charles, office 15 s Gay st 

Maguire James, baker, Potter s of Low 

Mahaney John, bookbinder, 5 s Howard st 

Mahorner Matthias, waterman, 40 Ann st 

Mahorney Elisha, fisher, Cross st bet Light and William^d 

t Maid well John, tobacconist, Canal near Orleans 

Mainley Thomas, clothing store, 45 Second st 

Mains Patrick, grocer, Hillen st near Front 

Mainster Israel, rope maker, Ramsey's rope walk 

Mainster Samuel, M. D., Eden st s of Jefferson 

Major Charles, grocer, Potter st bet Low and Douglass sts 

Major &- Washington, machinists, Falls op Fish market 

Major Richard, of above firm, Aisquith st s of Low 

Makepeace Royal, e Baltimore st w of Aisquith 

Malcom Peter, oyster house, Monument square near Fayette st 

Malcom Peter, feed deah r, Wood st dw as above 

Male William, tailor, Bond st n of Gough, clothing store 50 

Maley James, tailor, Franklin w of Chatsworth [Pratt st 

Mallard J. S. gentlemen's furnishing store, 145 Baltimore st 

jNIallon John, block and pump maker, 69 Bowley's wharf, dw 

Mallon James, grocer, n e cor Pme and Pierce sts [100 Sharp 

Malone John, boarding house, s e Ann Sc Lancaster sts 

Malone Daniel, carpenter, Paca st n of Lexington 

Malone William, dry goods merchant, cor Baltimore & Charles 

sts dw Fayette st 
tMalone Nathan, carter, Biddle al s of Ross st 
Maloy Mrs. Susan, Pratt st w of Market st Fell's Point 
Maloy Mrs. Mary, e Baltimore st e of Caioline 
Mailin Henry, watchman. 43 n Exeter st 
Mallonee William, wholesale dry goods store, 165 Baltimore st 

dw Fayette near Liberty 
Malter Alphonson, clerk, 53 n 'Front st 
Mendel Mrs., mantua maker, 24 Lexington st 
Mankin Isaiah, com. mt. cor Gay & Pratt sts dw n e corner of 

Courtland and Mulberry sts 
Manlev Elizabeth, Happy alley s of Fleet st 
Mann George & Benjamin, sheet iron workers, 43 & 143* cen- 
tre market space 
Mann William, keeper of carts, Camden st No. 115 
Mann John, grocer, cor New and Eutaw sts 
tMann Ballager, laborer, Union s of Ross st 
Manns Charles, shoemaker, Douglass st w (»f Aisquith 
Manner James, cordwainer, Mullikin st e of Spring 
Manning Saml., attorney at law, office law buildings St Paul's 

st dw Barre e of Sharp st 
Mannin"- Wm. grocer, s e cor Cove and German sts 
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Manro J., chv 18 Liberty st 

Mansderfer John G,, cordwaliier, cor Penn. Av. 8c JPreston sts 

Mansfield William, collector, Pratt st e of Spring 

Manson John, tailor, 22 Thames st 

Manuel John, laborer, Bishop's a! near Stiles at 

Mantz Henry, & Co., grocers, 321 Baltimore st 

Mara William, plasterer. Vine st w of Gove 

Marcell Joseph, drayman, French st near Potter 

March Madison, tailor, 140 Conway st 

March Washington, grocer, CDr Aisquith and Holland sts 

Marchand Louis, Albernmrle s of Pratt st 

Marcilly Emma, lis Charles st 

Marden Jesse, patent balance maker, 69 Pratt st 

Marfield Mrs. Elizabeth, Ills Sharp st 

Marfield William, carpenter. Sharp near Hill st 

Marfield Samuel merchant, 115 s Sharp st 

Margerman Harman, canton 

Marine Bank of Bait, n e cor Gay & Second sis J. Bier presdt 

Mariner's church, see page 16 

Marion Richard, Holliday, n of Baltimore st 

Maris George, Charles st n of Lexington 

Mark John L., hatter, 72 n Howard st 

Marker John, carpenter. Pearl n of Mulberry 

Market houses, see page 13 

Markin Thomas, grocer, French near Bath st 

Marley Richard, cordwainer, Pearl st n of Mulberry 

Marley James Holland st extended 

Marr Matthew, painter, 10 Perry st 

Marr John, cooper, Argyle al s of Wilk st 

Marr Lenox, cooper, Amity st n of Baltimore 

Marriott & Hardesty, wholesale dry goods mts., 241 Bait, st 

Marriott Miss, mantuamaker, St. Paul's st s of Franklin 

Marriott John H., ladies' shoe manf cor Bait st & Tripolett's al 

dw Forrest near Pittst 
Marriott Augustus, millwright, Buren st near Monument 
Marriott Austin, cordwainer, Baltimore st e of Cove 
Marriott Thomas D., cordwainer, 3 Saratoga st 
Marriott W. H., attorney at law, Charles st n of Fayette 
Marsdon Richard, weaver, Madison st e of Biddle 
Marsdon James, innkeeper, Penn Avenue s of Biddle st 
Marschutz Wm , clothing store, Harrison st n of Etna lane 
Marsell Jno. cordwainer, Charles st n of Henrietta 
Marsfield Simon, baker, Lunn's lane opposite Burgundy al 
Marsh Isaac, shoemaker, 49 Alice Anna st 
Marsh Mrs. E. B., boarding house, 63 Fayette st 
Marsh John, 20 Fayette st 
Marshall Mrs. Mary, sempstress, 114 Bond st 
Marshall Elizabeth, Happy al s of Bank ?t 
Marshall Levin, Gough w of Bond st 
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MAR MatcheiVs Baltimore 

Marsliall VVm attorney at law, office law buildings dw Hamilton 

Marshall J. B, cordwaiiier, Charles st s of Lee [e ofCathredral 

Marshall Mrs., boarding house, Fayette st e ofHolliday « 

Marshall Chesterfield, driver, Run al s of Saratofja si 

Marshall Henry, stone mason, Madison st w of Howard 

Marshall Henry, Holland st extended 

Marshall Mrs T. milliner, 19 n Exeter st 

tMarshall Joseph J. Ubourer, Baltimore st n of North 

Marslon James H. wholesale glass whareliouse, 4 Lorman's Row 

Hanover st dw Baltimore st w of Exeter 
Martenet Mrs Catherine, fancy store, French st opp. Exeter 
Martin John, marmer, Fleet st near Wolf 
Martin Patrick, 67 Alice Anna st 

Martin William, turner, Wilk st e of Bond, shop Bond s of Wilk 
Martin Doctors Samuel B. & John M., e Pratt st opp. City 
Martin Dr. James, 3 Fountain Row, Spring st [Spring 

Martin George, ornamental painter, Hioh st h of Pratt 
Martin Mrs. 4 Lexington st e of Park 
Martin and Vallette, grocers, 66 Baltimore st 
Martin R. N. attorney at law, office! Post office building 
Martin John S. Howard st near Conway 
Martin Mrs. Sharp st s of Pratt 

Martin Charles, fruit dealer, 38 Baltimore st. dw 52 Gay st 
Martin Robert, Fayette st House near St. Paul's st 
Martin iMerritt, clerk, n Gay st near Aisquilh 
Martin Rhoda, sempstress, Lee rt 2d door e oC Charles 
Martin Hugh, carpenter, Saratoga st extended 
Martin George, victualler, George st extended 
Martin Humphrey, brewer, 4 Poppleton st 
Martin Samuel, tobacccmist, Franklin st e of Chatsworth 
Martin John, cordwainer. Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
Martin Richard, fruit dealer, cor Ross and Eutaw sts 
Martin John, ornamental sash maker, 34 St. Mary st 
Martin William, carpenter, Eutaw st s of Madison 
Martin & Mathers, merchant tailors, 9 n Howard st 
Mariin David, dw Fayette st w of Howard 
Martin Andrew, painter. Ivy alley w of Park st 
Martla John, tailor, 37 s Charles st 
Martin George, cordwainer, Sugar alley vv of Charles st 
Martin Abraham, carpenter, Potter st e of Gay 
Martin Mrs Jane E. 11 Pitt st 
Martin John B. wood inspector, 16 Hollins 5!t 
Martin Sarah, cake maker, Holland st w of Eden 
Martin James &, Wm. com. and feed store, 4 Pratt st wharf 
Martin James of above firm. Sharp stbetw Pratt and Camden 
Martin James, inspector of salt, Lovely lane e of Calvert st 
tMartin Henry, carter, Saratoga st w of Cove 
tMartin Joshua, carter, Pierce st wof Pearl 
tMartin Henrv, porter, Vine st e of Pine 



Director for 1837 . MAT 

tMartin William, liackman, Run alley s of Saratoga st 

fMartin Luther, labourer, Light st extended 

Martus, S, S. £. Water st \v of Gough 

Marye R. Franklin st 4 doors above Charles 

Maryland Sunday School Union, 15 b Calvert st 

Mask Wm. carpenter, cor Camden & Howard sts. dw Camden 

Mask Charles, carpenter, Conway st w of Green 

Mask W. M. carpenter, cor Howard and Camden sts. dw 

Camden st w of Charles 
Mason Matthias, baker, Exeierst near French 
Mason Benjamin, tailor, Potter st n of Hillen 
Mason Abraham, sailmaker, cor Silver and Canal sts 
Mason Wesley, wharf builder, Hill st 1 door e of Charles 
Mason Peter, boarding house, 53 Pearl st 

Mason John, clerk in Western Bank, dw Pearl st n of Baltimore 
Masou Richard C. biscuit baker, 76 w Pratt st dw Granby st e 
Mason Peter, merchant, dw Green st n of Lombard [of Gough 
Mason Wm. grocer, 6 Spear's wharf, dw Pratt st betw High and 
tMason Solomon, waterman. Spring st n of Gough [Exeter sts 
Masonic Hall, St. Paul st n of Fayette 

Mass Samuel, cedar cooper, 12 and 21 Franklin sf. dv7 Franklin 
Massey Jesse, U. S. army, Mercer st w of Calvert [w of Park 
Massicott Capt William, 54 Albemarle st 
Massol Florian, lottery and exchange office, 91 Baltimore st 
Masson William, grocer, s. e. cor Wilk and Ann sts 
Massy Nathan, blacksmith, n Gay st near Mott 
Massy Thoi^as, wheelwright, Sterling st near Monument 
Masters Charles, ship carpenter, Aisquith st a of Low 
Masterson Charles, labourer, Penn. av. n of Franklin st 
Matchett Richard J. printer, n. e. cor Gay aad Water sts. dw 

n Frecierick st near Baltimore 
Mather John, paver, n Gay st near Mott 

Mathers James, tailor, 9 n Howard stdw Pearl st s of Mulberry 
Mathews J. jr. clerk, 136 Hanover st 
Mathews Samuel, teacher, Cove st w of Pierce 
Mathiot Augustus, chair factory, Gay st. dw s High st n of 
Mathiot mra Mary, n e cor Ensor and East sts | Granby 

Mathiot mrs Elizabeth, 73 s High st 
tMattee Sarah, Fleet st near Caroline 
Matthews Michael, carter, Washington st n of Alice Anna 
Matthews mrs- Sharp st s of Lee 
Matthews James, labourer, Hill st w of Sharp 
Matthews George, carpenter, Lexington st w of Cove 
Matthews John, Phoenix hotel, 59 s Charles st 
Matthews Catherine, dry goods store, cor George st and Penn. av. 
Matthews Thomas; lumber merchant, 97 n High st 
Matthews Thomas, jr. carpenter, 97 n High st 
Matthews Thomas R. com. mt. 10 Bowley's whf. dw 34 Eutaw 
Matthews John, cabinet raaker, Eutaw st s of Baltimore 
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MAY Matcheit's Baltimort 

Matthews Susan, 107 Eutaw st 
Matthews Thomas, gracer, Holland st extended 
Matthews Joshua, store, McElderry's vvhf. dw Exeter betvv 
Matthews Thomas, merchant, 34 Eutaw st [Front and Low 
Matthews Ann, shopkeeper, Hill st e of Charles 
Matthews Samuel, clerk, 32 n Front st 
Matthews Isaac, 87 Orleans st 

tMatthews James, sawyer, Canal st near Short alley 
tMatihews Cato, labourer, cor Bath and French sts 
tMatthews Nelson, waterman, Sprhiir st n of Gou^h 
tMatthews Nicholas, ahourer, Park lane e of Poppleton st 
tMatthews Samuel, Run alley n of Lexington 
tMatthews James, confectioner, Saratoga st e of Pearl 
|Mattliews Richard, labourer, Saraloc^a st e of Pearl 
IMat thews Levi, labourer, Earner alley n of Saratoga st 
jMatthews William, porter, Orchard st s of Ross 
iMatlhews Kilty, washer, Chapel alley n of Pleasant st 
tMatthews William, drayman, Lerew's alley s of Franklin st 
tMatthews Michael, labourer, Forest n of Doutjlass 
Matthias John, cabinet maker, 104 Eutaw st 
Mattingly John, city watchman, Montgomery st e of Charles 
Mattox Hammer, cabinet maker, Park lane w of Pearl st 
Mattox Holbert, wagoner. Painter's Court s of Pitt st 
Mattox E. innkeeper, 80 Pratt st 
Mattox John, wheelwright, 62 n Exeter st 
iMattox William, labourer, Lerew's alley n of Saratoga st 
Maule John G. P. tailor, Barnet st e of Hanover 
Maulsby David L. grocer, High st belw Low and Gay sis. dw 
Maureau Louisa, cor New and Paca sts (Pitt st w of Aisquith 
Maurer Rudolph, carpet weaver, Union st n of Penn. avenue 
Maurer Paul, Pine st n of George 
Maurer Henry, confectioner, 100 n Howard st 
Maxfield Lucretia, washer, Lombard st e of Hanover 
Maxfield mrs Susan, victualler, York avenue 
Maxwell David, stone cutter, Biddlest n of Penn. avenue 
Maxwell James, stone cutter, n Howard st n of Madison 
Maxwell John, marble cutter, St. Paul's st n of Hamilton 
May James, chair maker. Park st s of Lexington 
May Philip, blacksmith, Baltimore st extended 
May Edward, carpenter, Paca st n of Franklin 
May James A. chair manufacturer, 32 Fayette st 
Maybury Wm. R. bricklayer, Cove st betw Franklin and Pierce 
Maybury Thomas, lime inspector, Madison st w of Howard 
tMaybury Mark, brickmaker, Columbia st extended 
Maydwell John, city bailiff, 68 Harrison st 
Mayer Christian, president Neptone Insurance Co. office Ex- 
change, dw Saratoga st« of Pine 
Mayer Charles F. attorney at law, Courlland st. dw Franklin st 
betw Charles and St. Paul's sts 
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Mayer Frederick, tavern, e Madison st near Aisquith 

tMayers JMary, Alice Anna st near Ann 

Mayfield John, locksmith, Baltimore st e of Cove 

Mayfield Ellen, dry goods store, cor German and Green sts 

Mayfield Thomas, cor German and Green sts 

Mayfield Elizabeth, fancy store, 66 Lexincpton st 

Mayger and Washington, Stillhouse st e of Falls avenue 

Mayger Richard, of above firm, 119 Aisquith st 

Maybe w William E. &. Co. domestic dry goods merchants 20 s 

Mayhew William, dvv St. PauTs st s of Saratoga [Charles st 

Maynard William, carpenter, Hill st betw Charles and Light 

tMaynard Charles, barber, n Gay st opp. Fayette, d\v Liberty st 

Maynard Isaac, tanner, 81 n Exeter st [near Saratoga 

Mayo John, tavern, 67 Hanover st 

Mazlin Philip T. cabinet maker. Potter ste of Gay 

EcAlease A. grocer, s e cor Park and Saratoga sts 

McAleise mrs Phoebe, Granby st w of Gough 

McAllister Archibald, grocer, cor Fawn and Albemarle sis 

McAllister Robert A. Bank st w of Bond 

McAllister John, Potter st 2d door s of Hillen 

McAlisier John, painter, Forest st 2d door n of Ensor 

McAllister William, cor Concord st and Fish Market space 

McAlray James, weav^er. Pierce st w of Cluatsworth 

McAlray Samuel, we-iver, Saratoga st eof Schroeder 

McAlray Crawford, Cove st near Mulberry 

McAlroy, oyster establishment, 3 Light st 

McAnestryJno. labourer. Cross st e of Light 

McArsy Hugh, grocer, s e cor Mulberry and Park st3 • 

McCabe Jno and sons, importers of saddlery, 181 w Bait st 

McCabe Eliza, Tyson st extended 

McCabe Peter, Holliday st n of Bath 

McCabe Patrick, weaver, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 

McCaddin Daniel, shoemaker, n Front st near Hillen 

McCafferty Mary, dry goods store, Pine st n of Franklin 

McCafferty Elizabeth, sempstress, 38 Low st 

McCafferty Mrs. Mary, grocer, Frederick st 3d door from Etna 

lane 
McCafferty John, fireman. Water st near Frederick 
McCaffry Patrick, huckster, Wagon alley eof Park st 
McCahel Michael, laborer, Amity st n of Baltimore 
McCahey Michael, laborer, Addison si near High 
McCain Nacky, sempstress, Wagon alley w of Howard st 
McCain Alexander, hatter, 22 New Church st 
McCall Robert, cordwamer, 104 Green st 
McCall Daniel, laborer, cor Frederick st and Smith's aliej 
McCallister Daniel, machinist, Park lane e of Amity st 
McCall J Andrew, mariner, 35 n High st 
McCally Jacob, tailor, 1 Forest st 
McCally Wm. dyer, Pierce st w of Chatsworlh 

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McG MatchetVs Baltimore 

McCann Joseph, grocer, cor Bath and Holliday at 

McCann and Brashears, coach and harness makers, Frederick 

McCann Thomas, grocer, 98 Dugan's whf [st u of Second 

McCann James, tinner, Long lane s of Orleans st 

McCann Chloe, milliner, cor Mulberry and Eutaw rts 

McCardle Patrick, laborer, Forest st opposite Penitentiary 

McCarriar James, grocer, cor Thompson and Friendship sts 

tMcCarter Mary, Welcome alley e of Sharp st 

McCarthy Timothy, confectioner, n e cor Bait and Fred'k sts 

Mc Carty Charles, grocer. Light st opposite Balderston 

McCarly Mary, shopkeeper, Commerce st n of Cable 

McCarty Terence, Spring st s of Pratt 

McCassen Thomas, millwright, Pine st n of Franklin 

McCasky William, laborer, cor Falls turnpike and Tyson alley 

McCaughan Daniel, plaislerer, Thames st e of Market dw no. 

19 Thames st 
McCauley Joseph, upholsterer, Sterling st near Mott 
McCaul Patrick, Monument st e of Eden 
McCaul John, carter, Monument st e of Eden 
McCaully Wm. bricklayer, s High st n of Water 
McCaully Arthur, laborer, Rock st n of Lexington 
McCaully Ann, grocer, Pierce st e of Cove 
McCeney Benjamin, dry goods merchant, SS.Baltimore st 
McClaimant Wm. e Falls avenue 
McClarney Patrick, Canal st near Gough 
Mc^^lary Pvobert, Granby st near Gough 
McCkitchie Wm. J. carpenter, Caroline st s of Pratt 
McT)luichie James, weaver, Pierce st vv of Chatsworth 
McClaughen Ann, sempstress, New st w of Eutaw 
McCican Wm. turner, 50 n Gay st dw East st bet French and 

Hillen sis 
McCIean Jacob, blacksmith, Armistead lane e of Light st 
McCleary Mrs. Eleanor, Harlord avenue [st e of Charles 

Mc(^leary James, keeper of powder magazine, Montgomery 
McClellan Dr. office s e cor Fayette and st Paul's st dw St 

Paul's n of Fayette st 
McClellan Samuel, Fayette st e of Cove 

McClellan Andrew cordwainer, Lunn's alley opposite Green st 
McClelland Mrs. Elizabeth, MiJl st near Pratt 
McClenehan Patrick, brickmaker, Orleans st e of Caroline 
McClenehan Robt. turner, Plowman st dw no 10 n Exeter st 
McClenehan Jas brickmaker, Caroline st n of Orleans 
McClennan John, cor Wilk st and Happy alley 
McClennan John, grocer, cor Ross st and Biddle [ette sts 
McClintock John, Post Office Restaurateur, cor North and Fay- 
McCliutock Matthew, grocer, cor Orleans and Caroline sts 
HcCliesh Archibald, Ann st s of Lancaster 
McClister John, drayman, Pinkney st e of Strawberry alley 
McCloy Mrs. Jane, Pratt st w of Market 
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Director for iSS7. McC 

McClure Amelia, 39 Alice Anna st 
McClure John and co grocers, 119 \v Baltimore st 
McClure John, &\v cor Forest and Orleans sts 
McClure Richard, carpenter, Chesnut alley e of Pearl st 
McColgan James, street paver, Davis st near Bath 
McColgan John, stone cutter, Mulherry st w of Chapel alley 
McColi^an John, grocer, n e cor Calvert and Bath sts 
McColgan Bernard, clothing store, 38 Second st 
McColin Peter, carver, Mulberry st w of Chalsworth 
McColin Edward M. wood dealer 40 n Exeter st [ry alley 

McCoilam Mrs Elizabeth, grocer, cor Cough st and Sirawber • 
McColm Matthew, chair nianufactory, 45 South st 
McColough James, hatter. High st 3 doors from Hillen 
McColough James W. attorney at law, 307 w Baltimore st 
McComas William, dry goods store Baltimore st e of Pine 
McComas Aquila S. carpenter, Paca st s of Mulberry 
McComas Lee, machinist, Holland st extended 
McCoTias Albeit, tailor, cor East st and Maiden lane 
McConkey William, Sliles st e of High 
McConkey W teller of Bank of Bait Saratoga e of Park st 
McConn Rosanna, Mulberry st e of Park 
McConn Henry, blacksmith, cor Mercer and Grant sts 
McConn W. drover, cor Run alley and Fayette sis 
McConn Richard, produce dealer, 113 aud 115 n Howard st 
McConn James, laborer, Armistead lane e of Light st 
McConnell Tiiomas, dry goods merciiant, 13 Baltimore st 
McConnell John, grocer, Frederick s of Water st 
McConnell Robert, dry goods store, 5 e Baltimore st 
Mc Cord James, laborer, Fleet st vv of Market 
McCormick Samuel, laborer, cor Fleet st and Apple alley 
McCormick James O. chemist and druggist, 46 n Gay st 
McCormick John, grocer, Harford avenue 
McCormick James, East st near French 
McCormick Samuel, huckster, Baltimore st extended 
McCormick Henry, tavern, 17 Franklin st 
McCostin John, Haftpy alley n of Alice Anna st 
McCourt James, grocer, cor Douglass and forest sts [house 
McCoul George C. furniture ware room, n Gay st near engine 
McCoy Alexander, glass cutter, Federal hill near glass house 
McCoy Mrs. Jane, Union hotel, s e cor Bond and Thames sts 
McCoy John, City block 
McCoy Mrs Bank st e of Market 
McCoy John, hackman, Madison st w of Cathedral 
McCoy Thomas, laborer, Federal Hill near glass house 
McCoy Stephen, carpenter. Piit st 2d door w of Eden 
McCoy Thomas, iron founder, Hill st e of William 
McCoy Mrs. Union tavern, cor Thames and Bond sts 
McCoy Charles, laborer, Cross st e of Williams 
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McD Matchett's Baltimore 

McCracken Alexander, sexton of Presbyterian Church dvv 

Canal st near Orleans 
McCracken Jas. grocer, cor Happy Alley and Alice Anna st 
McCracken Win. dvv High st near Gay 
McCracken Jno. cabinet maker, 49 s Cliarles st 
McCraites David, cabinet maker, 76 Conway st 
McCray Mrs. Elizabeth, Caroline st s of Bank 
McCready George, Stillhouse st opposite Fish market 
McCreary Mrs. Letitia, J09 Hanover st 
McCubbin Robert, plane maker, 30 New Church st 
McCubbin Nicholas, tailor, w Baltimore st near Falls avenue 

dw 67 n Eden st 
McCubbin Mary Ann, widow, Forest st vv of Harford run 
McCubbin Joshua, tailor, Orleans st w of Canal 
McCubbin James, watchman, William st s of Henrietta 
McCubbin Richard, watchman, cor Cross and Williams sts 
McCubbin Richard, cordwainer, Pratt w of Spring st 
McCubbin Thomas, painter, E^ast st near Ensor 
McCubbin Nelson, wheelwright, Hillen st e of Front 
McCue John, grocer cor French and Bath sts 
McCuliey Matthew, grocer, cor Hill and Sharp sts 
McCulloch Duncan, s w cor Pratt and Eden sts 
McCulloh Dr. 58 Fayette st 

McCullough Elizabeth, grocer, cor Eden and Holland sts 
xMcCullough Wm. laborer, Ann st n of Lancaster 
McCurdy Mrs Campbell, milliner, 3?0 w Baltimore st 
McCurley Felix, grocer, Baltimore st extended 
McCurley Mrs. E. dress maker, Lexington e of Park 
McCurley James, coach maker. Liberty st s of Fayette 
McCusker Patrick, grocer, cor Caroline and Fleet'sts 
McCusty Hugh, 19 Shakspeare st 
McCuthan George, wood trader, Hill st w of Hanover 
McDaniel William, 102 Dugan's wharf 
McDaniei George W. tailor. Maiden lane w of Aisquith st 
McDermot James, painter, East st between Ensor and Hillen sts 
McDermot John, cooper, 6 Philpot st 
McDermot Thomas R. mariner, 195 e Pratt st 
McDonagh Bernard, wholesale liquor store, Thames st w of 

Bond, dw Block st 
McDonald Wm. lime inspector, Cove st w of Pierce 
McDonald John, cordwainer, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
McDonald Mr. oyster cellar, Paca st n of Lexington 
McDonald Grace, 141 Paca st 

McDonald David H. carpenter, St Mary's st s of Ross 
McDonald Sarah, huckster, Howard st extended 
McDonald Alexander, Park st n of Saratog'a 
McDonald Ann Marion st w of Liberty 
JVIcDonald,^Michael sea Captain, Pitt st e of Eden 
McDonald James, smith and farrier, e Water st near Falls 
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McDonald Arthur, carter, Fish market space n side 
McDonald Wm. engineer, Water st w of Bridge 
McDonald Dominick, tavern, Wilk e of Spring st 
McDonald David, mariner, Thames si w of Bond 
McDonald Patrick, Bishop's alley near Pratt st 
McDonald General William, e Pratt st near Albemarle 
McDonald James, blacksmith, cor Concord and Water sts dvv 

Water st adjoining Bridge 
McDonald Wm. lime inspector, East st s of Hillen 
McDonald Mrs. Hannah, meal seiler, York avenue 
[McDonald Patrick, Howard house, Belvidere road 
McDonald Daniel, clothing store, 41 Second st 
McDonald Wm & Co., grocers, 87 and 89 Bovvley's wharf 
"McDonald Jane, market woman, East st s of Douglass 
McDonnell Richard, provision store, s e cor Strawberry al and 
McDonnell Hugh, boarding house, 23 Thames s [Spring st 
McDonough John, livery stables, horse market 
McDonough James, laborer, Wilk st w of Bond 
McDonough Miles, baker, Canal st near Short al 
McDowell Dr., Lexington st w of Charles 
McDowell George H., 47 s Calvert stdw Holliday s of Saratoga 
McDowell Perry, blacksmith, 272 n Howard st 
McDowell & Duvall, importers of carpets 270 w Baltimore st 
McDowell Jane, shop keeper, East st n of Pitt [s of Pleasant 
McElderry Hugh, lumber merchant, Light st whf dvv Calvert 
McEldowney Robert & Co., dry goods merchants 26 centre 

market space 
McElroy mrs Elizabeth, milliner, 65 Bit st dvv n Gay near Mott 
McEiroy Sarah, sempstress, Hull's lane e of Friendship st 
McElvaney R. iron founder, Armistead lane w of Williams st 
McElwee Robert, police officer, Mullikin st w of Market 
McElwee Mrs. Jane, Spring st s of Pratt 
McElwee Robert, Apple al s of Baltim.ore st 
McEnnis John, oak cooper, Constitution near Monument st 
McEvoy Eliza, fruit shop, Frederick st near Baltimore 
McEvoy Francis, plaisterer, Bait st w of Poppleton 
McEvoy Sarah, grocer, n Howard st s of Richmond 
McEvoy James, clerk, n High between Pittjst and Necessity al 
McEwan Henry, porter, Howard st s of Richmond 
McEwan John, carter, Franklin st extended 
McEwan James, weaver. Rock st s of Saratoga 
McFaddon John, carpenter, Constitution st near Monument 
McFaddon Charles, carpenter, 53 s Howard st 
McFadon John, stock &. exchange broker 26 Second «t d\v iQ 

St. Paul's st 
McFaul John, cordwainer, cor Tyson al and Howard st 
McFauI Eneas, store Penn. A v. w of Franklin dw Pearl st n of 

Chestnut al 
McFalarid John laborer, Carpenter's al w of Eutaw st 
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McG MatcheWs Baltimore 

McFee John, tailor, Ross st vv of Orchard 

McFarlan James, Concord st s of Water 

McGan Thomas, grocer, corner Front and French sts 

McGarraty Barney, laborer, French st near Bath 

McGarraty Ejiza. 124 Hanover st 

McGaul David, grocer, Franklin st w of Chatsvvorlh 

McGee Reverend , Bane st e of Sharp 

INIcGee James, grocer, n e cor Fleet st and Siove al 

McGee Mary, 48 Fleet st 

McGee Margaret, Fleet st 4 doors from Caroline 

McGeoch Andrew, carpenter, Maiden lane \v of Aisquith st 

McGill Thomas, coach trimmer, Madison st near Jone's Falls 

McGill William, laborer. Pierce st w of Chatsworth 

tMcGill Sarah, washer, German st w of Pennsylvania Avenue 

McGilton Daniel, s .pert, of chimneys Rock st n of Lexington 

McGinn Michael, carter, Wi!l< st e of Bond 

McGinn Barney, s w cor Apple al and Wilk st 

McGinney mrs. Elizabeth, Alice Anna st near Caroline 

McGinnis mrs. Margaret, York st bet Light and Charles 

McGinnks Susanna, corner Wolf and F/ent streets 

McGinnis Susan, Saratoga st near Holliday st 

McGinnis Richard, cordwainer, Finest n of Mulberry 

McGinnis Ann, Chestnut al e of Pine st 

McGinnis miss, mantuamaker, 15 Saratoga st 

McGinnis John, tailor, 145 Aisquith st 

McGinnity Owen, tavern, n e cor Wilk and Caroline sts 

McGinnity Felix, laborer, Holliday st n of Baltimore 

McGivern mrs. teacher, Mulberry st near Lerew's alley 

McGivern James W., carpenter,' Pott&r st near Gay 

McGlennen Dennis, waterman, Penn. av. n of Franklin st 

tMcGlocklin Ann, washer, Frederick st near Etna lane 

McGlocken James, carpenter, Franklin st vv of Chatsworth 

McGlone George, grocer, Lerew's al and Franklin st 

McGlue Edward, plaisterer, Chestnut al w of Pine st 

McGovere Edmund, laborer, Ross st e of St. Mary's 

McGowan Hugh, sawyer, Pierce st e of Cove 

McCiowan Hugh, grocer, Eutaw st s ot Lexington 

McGowan John, grocer, Paca st s of Lexingfon 

McGowan Andrew, grocer, Aisquith st n of Pitt dw 69 Pitt st 

McGraughan Robert, weaver, Richmond st 

McGrath James, bricklayer, n Gay st near Forrest 

McGrath , boiler maker, Sugar a! e of Charles st 

McGraw Susan, Concord st 2 doors from Water 
McGraw James, blacksmith, Holliday sf near Centre 
McGraw Michael, fruiter, Commerre st n of Pratt 
McGraw John, grocer, cor Eutaw and Madison sts 
McCreavy John, clerk, 143 n Eutaw st [n Gay near Forrest st 
McGregor George, patent lever lock manf. 92 Harrison st dw 
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Director for 1837. McK 

McGuigan Thomas, Hillen st near Front 

McGui^'an John, weaver, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 

McGuin John, laborer, Cross st near Williams' 

McGuire mrs. Catherine, cook shop, Water street 2d door e of 

Frederick 
McGuire Hugh, grocer, cor Pleasant and Hoiliday sts 
McGuire mrs. milliner, e of Franklin st above Cove 
McGuire James, magistrate, Hanover st n of Camden dw <^am- 

den w of Hanover 
McGurk Patrick, Park st w of Schroeder 
McHanna Philip, Concord st s of Water 
McHenry Ramsey, Courtland st w of Pleasant 
McHenry James, painter, Paca st n of t rankim 
Mcllheam mrs. Ann, Bank st w of Harford run 
Mcllhenny John, laborer, Centre st near h alls 
Mcllheny John, grocer, liberty st s of Fayette 
Mcllear Francis, blacksmith, Hoiliday st n of Bath 
Mcllroy James, trunk maker. Mulberry st 3d door from Calvert 
Mcllvane D., Mulberry st w of College alley 
Mcllvaine William, tailor, Potter st e of Gay 

Mclntire , sailmaker, cor Water and High sts 

Mclntire Dr. James, Mulberry st w of Howard 

Mcintosh Wm. C, distiller, Fawn st w of Exeter 

Mcintosh Alexander, Bank st e of Market 

Mclntyre mrs Elizabeth, Water st e of Lloyd 

Mclntyre mrs. Jane, Granby st e of Gough ["^"f '•«,^" 

McJilton John N., teacher, public school No. 1 dw Fayette 

McJilton Daniel, sup. chimneys. Rock st n ot Lexington 

McJihon John F., boarding house, 37 Water st 

McKanna Patrick, grocer, Pratt s w of Paca ^ 

McKanna Philip, grocer, Madison st "far Jones st alls 

McKechnu John, medicine seller, cor Bank and Harlord ruft 

McKee Andrew, laborer. Potter st near Hillen 

McKee Patrick, grocer, cor Orleans st and Long lane 

McKee James, carter; Franklin st 

McKee David, cordwainer, 9 Ross st 

McKeen John, firm M'Clellan and McKeen, china merchants, 

218 Baltimore st dw 15 M'Clellan st 
McKeever mrs Jane, fruit shop, Exeter st n of Gay 
McKeever capt Isaac, Lexington st w of Pine 
MeKeever John, grocer, cor Fayette and Pine sts 
McKelden Wm. grocer, Pratt st w of Eutaw 
McKelley John, shoemaker, Lancaster st w of Market 
McKendrean Female Sabbath School, Lombard st near Paca 
McKenna Hugh, grocer, Harford avtmue 
McKenney Rev. Wm., Park st e of Franklin 
McKennv Arthur, carter, Davis st near Bath 
McKenzie James, carpenter, 10 n Exeter st 
McKerfee Sarah, teacher, » w cor Alice Anna and Ann sts 
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McL MatchetPs Baltimore 

McKerlee Isabella, 13 Fleet st 

McKernai Hugh, grocer. Water st near Frederick 

McKew Patrick, 109 n High st 

McKewen widow, Bath st court 

McKewen Thomas, Bath st e of Davis 

McKewen Wm. labourer, Armistead lane e of Light si 

McKewen Mary, Bath st e of Davis 

McKewen Archibald, grocer, cor Lombard and Charles sts 

McKim mrs Mary, mantua maker, 36 s Gay st 

McKim mrs Alexander, Courtland st n of Mulberry 

McKim Robert, labourer, Saratoga st e of Pearl 

McKim Robert E. confectioner, Mulberry st e of Eutaw 

McKim James, washer, Camden st w of Howard 

McKim & Brother, wholesale hardware mts. 248 Baltimore st 

McKim Wm. of above firm, dw Holliday st n of Fayette 

McKim David T. firm of Crawford St McKim, mts. 6 Bowly'a 

wharf, dw Holliday st adjoining Theatre 
McKim Jno Sc Son, copper store, cor Frederick and Pratt sts, 

manufactory Franklin st 
McKim J S Franklin st near Cathedral [4th door from Exeter 
McKim Isaac, copper warehouse, 42 s Gay st dw e Baltimore 
McKim John N., firm of McKim 8c Sons dw Holliday st n of 

Fayette 
McKim mrs. Wm, D. E. Bait, st adj. Presbyterian church 
McKinley Wm., brickmaker, Charles st s of Henrietta 
McKinley Charles & Alexdr. weavers, Cove st near Mulberry 
McKinley Ths. store 11 Bowley's whf. dw. Forest st e of Ais- 

qulth 
McKinney James, cordwainer, Front st near Hillen 
McKinnall James, Pennsylvania avenue, n of Union st 
McKinney William, grocer, cor Charles and York sts 
McKinnon Mary, milliner, i7 Mulberry st 
McKittrick Philip, turner, cor High and Stiles sts 
McKnight Thomas, currier, Forrest st opposite Penitentiary 
McKnight James, clerk, Paca st n of Franklin 
McKnight James, steam engine builder, 12 York st 
McKonkey Patrick, baker. Fleet st near Bond 
McKonkey John, n w cor Gran by and Exeter sts 
IMcLane David, clerk, Harre st e of Sharp [e of High 

McLane John, ship smith, Patterson st near Pratt dw Fawn st 
McLane Samuel, fruit shop, Exeter st s of Hillen 
McLane Ellas, block and pump maker, Patterson st below Pratt, 

dw 59 Pratt st 
McLaughlin John, labourer, Sarah Ann st near Poppleton 
McLaughlin Irvin, huckster. Pearl si s of Mulberry- 
McLaughlin Ann, huckster, St. Maryst s of Ross 
McLaughlin Jefferson, grocer, cor Biddle and Madison st« 
McLaughlin Jane, washer, Montgomery st w of Sharp 
McLaughlin Peter, labourer, Bishop's lane near Fav^n «t 

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McLaughlin Robert, carpenter, Hamilton steol* St. Paul's 
McLaughlin and Starnand, City Hotel, (formerly Barnum's,) cor 

Calvert and Fayette sts 
McLaughlin George, shoe maker, Falls av. n of Pratt st 

McLaughlin , house, sign and ornamental painter, s e cor 

Holliday and Fayette sts 
tMcLaughlin Stephen, labourer, Strawberry alley s of Bank st 
McLean Adam L. clerk, Stiles st e of Exeter 
McLean Wm. 24 Albemarle st 

McLean George, huckster, Camden st e of Hanover 
McLean Arthur, painter, Pitt st e of Eden 
McLean & Co. lottery and exchange office, 35 C. Market space 
McLean Elias, tavern, 59 Pratt st 
McLenehan mrs Eliza, Holliday st n of Orange alley 
McMaccen Sarah, Lerew's alley n of Franklin st 
McMackin mrs Ellen, Calvert st s of Pleasant 
McMation James, drayman, Richmond st near Park 
McMahon'John V. L attoraey at law, office n e cor Lexingtoa 

and Courtland sts 
McMahon James, carpenter, Harrison st near Gay, dw opposi te 
McMahon John, labourer, Hillen st w of High 
McMahon William, grocer, Lexington st w of Eutaw 
McMahon Francis, Paca st n of FranKlin 
McMahon Catherine, dress maker, 24 Lexington st 
McManus mrs Elizabeth, baker, 34 Water st 
McManus Dr. F. R. Pratt st e of Sharp 
McMe,cken Andrew, carpenter, Ross st wof Eutaw 
McMillen Archibald, carpenter, East st s of Jefferson 
McMillin Hugh, chemist, Green st near Paca 
McMillin James, clerk, Ensor st foot Gallows Hill 
McMullenmrs Margaret, sempstress, Frederick st s of Water st 
McMullen John, cordwainer, rear of 98 Dugan's wharf 
MoMuUen, Mr. grocer, cor Richmond st and Tyson alley 
McMiillin William, weaver. Pierce si w of Chatsworth 
McMurray Samuel, tavern, Wagon alley e of Howard at 
McMyers'John, waterman, lOShakspeare st 
McNabb James, carpenter, Orleans st e of Friendship 
McNabb Thomas, Concord st near Water 
McNally Michael, music master, 25 Hanover st 
McNally Patrick, tavern, Light st n of Balderston 
McNally Peter, weaver. Pierce st near Cove 
McNally James, stone mason, cor Jefferson and Spring sts 
McNamar mrs. mantua maker, St. Paul's st s of Hamilton 
McNeal Andrew L. carpenter, Concord st. dw Edenst near Pitt 
McNeal James, Mechanics' Row Wilk st 

McNeal E. dry goods merchant, cor Lombard and Hanover s^s 
McNeale James, grocer, cor Pratt st and McCann's wharf, aW 

Wilk st near Exeter 
McNeale Andrew, machinist, Eden st n of Baltimore 
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MEC Matchett's Baltimore 

McNeale mrs Cassandra, High st near Stiles 

McNeely Thomas, grocer, Potter st 8 of French 

McNeir John, Hillen st near Exeter 

McNelly John, grocer, s e cor Pine and Lexington sts 

Mc Nelly Sarat), dry goods store, Eutaw st n of Saratoga 

McNenny Catherine, grocer, cor Ensor and Forest sts 

McNicols Isaac, William st near Cross 

McNulty Peter, labourer, Granby st e of Exeter 

McNulty Israel, plaistcrer, Lexington st e of Freeman 

McNully Martha, washer, 162 Aisquith st 

McNulty Thomas, moulder, Liberty alley near Buren st 

McNulty Peter, labourer, York st near Light 

McPhail mrs Mary, boarding house, 8 New Church st 

McPiierson and Co. lottery and exchange office, 19 Pratt st. 

dvv Fayette st opp. Assembly Rooms 
McPherson Samuel, collector, Exeter st betw Gay and Low 
McPherson, produce dealer, 26 Franklin st. dw Penn. av. n of 
McPherson Esther, 21 s Howard st [Union st 

McPherson Jonas, lottery office, 188 w Baltimore st dw Biddle 
McPherson John, Lexington st e of Paca [st near George 

McPherson Samuel, innkeeper, Lexington st e of Green 
McPheran Jane baker. Second st e of South 
McQuade Rosina, grocer, Pitt st w of Harford Run 
McSoarley Patrick H. teacher, 131 Bond st 
McSweeny Paul, grocer, cor Columbia and Eutaw sts 
McTagart James, gardner, Harford avenue 
McTavish John, British Consul, 25 Second st 
McTay Christopher, Fleet st near Canton 
McToodle mrs. Wilk st bridge 
McVey Samuel, wheelwright, Harford ayenue 
McWhinney Hester, mantua maker, Barnet st w of Charles 
JSIcWilliams John O'Connell tavern, 122 Bond st 
Mc Williams miss, dress maker, Lexington st w of Charles 
Mc Williams S. Canal st s of Gough 
Mc Williams Roberl, grocer, cor Light and Hughes sts 
Meads John, blacksmith, Ann st n of Alice Anna 
Meads Philip, blacksmith. Hill st e of Williams 
tMeads Harriet, washer, Sterling st near Monument 
itMeads Zachariah, drayman. Centre st w of St. Paul's 
tMeads Stephen, Spring st n of Gough 
tMeads Joshua, labourer, Saratoga st extended 
Mead Eiiward, clerk, George st e of Pine 
Mead Edward, tavern, cor Front and Low sts 
Meagher John, carpenter, Union st n of Penn. avenue 
Meagher Mary, Union alley n of Penn. avenue 
Mearis Jacob, superintendent of oil cloth factory, dw Albemarle st 
Meats Wm. block st near Thames [near Plowman 

Mecanger Keziah, milliner, 23 n High st 
Mechanical Fire Co. house North st opp. Lexington 
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Director for 1857. MER 

Mechanics' Bank of Baltimore, cor Calvert and Fayette sta 
Medairy John, engraver, Calvert st s of Baltimore, dw 128 
Medcalf Abraham, victualler, e Baltimore st hill [Hanover 

Medcalf Wm. M. clerk city court, office, Court House, dw North 

st s of Lexini^ton 
Meddinger Codleib, cor Fawn and Wilk sts 
Meddinger, Codleib, butcher, Pitt st e of Eden 
Meddinger George, victualler, cor Biddle and Ross sts 
Medical Colleges, see page 21 

Medinger John J. grocer, cor Gay and Monument sts 
Medinger Christopher, baker. Forest st near French 
Medley Thomas J. porter, Long alley s of Saratoga «t 
Medtart L. J. & J. dw Lexington st e of Cove 
Meeks William, bricklayer, Park lane e of Cove st 
Meekins Louisa, huckster. Welcome alley e of Light st 
Meeteer mrs Har.ah, Water st e of Jones's falls 
Meeteer S. & W. paper warehouse, 193 Baltimore st 
Megrawe John, bricklayer, Cove st e of Lexington 
Meganhardt Frederick, grocer, cor Pearl st and Chesnut alley 
Meinecke C. 11 Lexington st 
Meis William, Apple alley near Alice Anna st 
Meixsel Jacob, flour inspector, 196 Eutaw st 
Melvin Louisa, boarding house, 50 n Front st 
Meloney John, carpenter, Saratoga st vv of Chatsworth 
tMeniard Scipio, butcher, Chesnut alley vv of Chatsworth st 
Mercer Charles, engineer, Potter st e of Low 
Mercer diaries H. 39 Water st 
JMercer Elvira, Caroline st s of Wilk 
JMercer Peter, sawyer, Eden st n of Wilk 
Merchants' Bank, Exchange Building n side Second st 
Merchant*' Fire Insurance Co. 13 South st 
Merchant Isaac, constable, Franklin st e of Chatsworth 
Merchant Joseph, tailor, Sterling st near Mott 
Meredith John F. painter, Albemarle st n of Pratt 
Meredith Jonathan, attorney at law, office and dw Calvert st near 
Meredith mrs Margaret, 37 Franklin st [Lexington 

Meredith Benjamin tailor, Water st near C. Market Space 
Meredith Joseph P. watchmaker, Paca sts of Lexington 
Meredith and Spencer, dry goods merchants, 246 w Baltimore st 
tMeredith Thomas, labourer. College alley n of Saratoga st 
Meredy William, Light st near York 
Meriken William tinner, Thompson si w of Aisquith 
Merker A. smith in general, Eutaw st n of Saratoga 
Merklin Michael, carpenter, Paca st n of Franklin 
Merrian Josiah VV. e Baltimore st vv of Canal 
Merrick Solomon, cordwainer. Potter st n of Gay 
Merriken Joseph S. cordwainer, Baltimore et w of Canal 
Merrfken James, sexton St. Paul's church, 8 Lexint'ton at e of 
Merrill Moses, High st 1 door n of FawQ ° fPark 

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MID MatchelVs Baltimore 

Merrill Jeremiah, proprietor livery stables, Paca st s of Pratt 
Merrill K. H. com, merchant, 240 Charles st. dw Lombard st eof 
Merrill E. H. dealer in hats and shoes, 24 s Charles st [Liberty 
Merrin Terence, Wilk sts of Exeter 
Merritt iSamuel, ice dealer, 320 n Howard st 
Merritt John, drayman, Su^ar alley w of Light st 
Merritt Caleb, carpenter, s w cor Thames and Block sts 
Merritt Samuel, President, 1 door n of Fawn st 
Merritt James, tailor, Holliday sts of Pleasant 
Merryman Charles, hardware store, Baltimore st e of Frederick 
Merryman Dr. Georcre, surgeon dentist, 14 n Gay st 
Merryman Nelson, currier, High st 1 door from n Gay st 
Merryman Saml. W. dry goods merchant, 8 Centre Market space 
Menga Christopher, turner, Biddle alley s of Biddle st 
Menzies James, merchant, Conway st w of Euiaw 
Messersmith John K.. baker, Lancaster st s of Arcyle alley 
Messing Frederick, saddler, Lexington st. dw Pine st s o^ Sara- 
Methodist Churches, see page 18 
Meteer Albert, coach smith, Forest near Monument st 
Mellee Martin, blacksmith Sec. President st s of Pratt dw Pratt 

between Exeter and Gough streets 
Mettee Martin W. smith in general, Harrison near Gay st dw 

46 Gough st 
Mettee Philip, blacksmith, Lombard st e of Light dw Lombard 

e of Charles st 
Metz Abraham, stone mason, 21 Shakspear st 
Metz Elizabeth, Spring s of Gough st 
Metzgar Daniel, carpenter, Eden s of Pratt st 
Meyer Godfrey and Son, brass founders, 14 Pratt st 
Meyer G. &. Co- Thompsonian Medicine fact, cor President & 
Meyer Christian, grocer Harford av [Fawn st» 

Meyer Henry, tailor 13 Mott st 

Meyer Wm. shoemaker, Apple al n^ar Alice Anna st 
Meyer Henry, tailor, 31 e Water st 
Meyer John L. cor Lloyd and Salisbury sis 
Meyer George, brass founder, French near Bath st 
Meyers mrs Ellen, Buren near French st 

Meyers , grocery store, Howard near Conway st 

Meyers Mary, Marion st \y of Park 
Meyers George, shoe store, cor Pitt and Exeter sts 
Mezick Capt. Joshua, Thames st w of Bond 
Middandorf Henry, tavern, Light st wharf near Barre st 
Michael John W. frame maker, Freeman n of Lexington si 
Michael Margaret, Pearl s of Saratoga st 
Mickens Noble, labourer, rear of 98 Dugan's wharf 
Middleton widow, cor Charles and Centre sts 
Middieton Henry, s e cor Wolf and Wilk sts 
Middleton Ellen, Wilk st e of Bridge [and Lee its 

Middleton Richd, just of peace, 8 Light st whf dw cor Charle* 
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Director for 1837. MIL 

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Mieser John, carpenter, 61 Bond st 

Mifflin Wm. Thompsonian Dr. 35 Pearl st 

Milbourn James A. pilot, G(jugh e of Ann st 

Milbourn E. S. boot and shoe maker, Calvert st opp. Mulberry 

Milbourn A. W. cordwainer, Pearl st s of Saratoga 

^Milbourn Peter, sawyer, Caroline s of Pratt st 

IMilbourn Eliza, Sarah Ann st near Poppleton 

Milburn Nathan, ship carpenter, 83 e Fleet st 

Miles mrs Ellen, cor Exeter and wilk sts 

Miles Uriah, Saratoga e of Park st 

Miles George F tinner, Sharp st s of Libertj 

Miles Samuel, weaver. Rock st s of Saratoga 

Miles David, dyer, Rock st s of Saratoga 

Miles Robert, labourer, Armistead lane e of Light st 

Millburn Eliza, shoemaker. North st n of Pleasant 

Millburn Susan, washer. Carpenter's al e of Paca st 

Millechop mrs Lydia, boarding house, 26 n Gay st 

Millechop miss, Matilda, teacher s e cor Exeter & Salisbury 8t» 

Millemon, George, carpenter, Holland e of Aisquith st 

Miller Alexander, dry goods mt 60 Hanover st 

Miller Margaret Ann, store, 22 Market st 

Miller George, Shakspeare 2 doors from Bond st 

Miller H. G. cordwainer, e Pratt st opposite President 

Miller John, Fleet near Caroline st 

Miller George, carpenter, 64 c Fleet st 

Miller John, grocer, n w cor Ann and Thames sl» 

Miller Z. A. sail maker, 57 Alice Anna st 

Miller Richard, ship carpenter, Happy al s of Alice Anna st 

Miller Jacob, shoemaker, Wilk opposite High st 

Miller Jacob, rigger, Lancaster 1 door w of Market st 

Miller Henry, rigger, n vv cor Alice Anna st & Strawberry a! 

Miller mrs Elizabeth, Caroline s of Bank st 

Miller Enoch, carpenter. Bank w of Bond st 

Miller Henry, cabinet maker, Sharp near Hill st 

Miller Alexr. dry goods mt. Hanover 1 door from Pratt dw Sharp 

Miller Dr. H office Lombard st e of Charles [s of Lee st 

Miller John H. fringe and cord manu. 9 Light st 

Miller Robert, brickmaker, Light st extended 

Miller James, brickmaker. Light st extended 

Miller miss Ann, Davis near Bath st 

Miller Mary Ann. Bath n of Davis st 

Miller mrs Julianna, Holliday near Saratoga st 

Miller Joshua, piano manu. 53 Baltst 

Miller Edward, bricklayer, 160 n Gay st 

Miller Richard, millwright. Gay near Monument st 

Miller Wm. tanner and currier, Front 2 doors from Gay sl^ 

Miller , carpenter French near Exeter st 

Miller mrs Ann, Harford avenue 

Miller mrs A. M. boarding house, 18 s gay st 



MIL MatchetVs Baltimore 

Miller Andrew, cordwainer, Mulberry e of Pine st 

Miller Francis A. bricklayer, Mulberry e of Paca si 

Miller Thomas, painter, Eager al n of Saratoga st 

Miller George, tanner, Greenwillow st n of Cfialswortli 

Miller John D. clerk of Lexington market, dw 130 Paca st 

Miller Mary, Ross st e of St. Mary's st 

Miller Jacob, labourer, Long al s of New st 

Miller Jacob, P. s High n of Pratt st 

Miller W. D. 46 Lexington st 

Miller Anthony, cooper, Long al s of New st 

Miller Rev. John, 118 Eutaw st 

Miller Jol*in, wheelwright, Holland st extended 

Miller James, cooper, wagon al w of Howard si 

Miller James, grocer, n e corner Baltimore and Paca streets 

Miller W. and H. three ton tavern, cor Pratt and Paca ats 

Miller mrs Mary, Lerevv's al n of Howard st 

Miller Dr. S. H. Fayette w of Park st 

Miller Jeremiah, carpenter, Eden s of JefTerson st 

Miller Catherine, widow, 40 Pitt st 

Miller James, tailor, Orleans e of Aisquith st 

Miller Mary Ann, shoe binder. Forest st w of Harford run 

Miller Matthew, shoemaker, 22 Bank lane 

Miller Ann, sempstress 36 Low st 

Miller Ann, tailoress, 44 n Front st 

Miller Richard, cordwainer, Temple n of Bait st 

Miller Elizabeth, shopkeeper, corner Baltimore and Lovy sts 

Milier Jacob, com n)t. end of Commerce st wharf 

Miller Wm. iron founder, Exeter sof Granby st 

Miller Joseph, cordwainer, Granby e of Gough et 

Miller George F. Granby e of Gough st 

MiJler mrs Harriet, 64 e Water st 

iMiiler Edward, sawyer, Pine st n of Pierce 

tMiller John, waiter, Chesnutal w of Pine st 

tMiller Henry, labourer, Mulberry e of Pine st 

tMiller Engan, coachman, Columbia w of Eutaw st 

tMiller Chim, labourer, corner Busy al and Sharp st 

JMiller Henry, Lloyd s of Baltimore st 

tMiller Thomas, labourer, Forest st opposite Penitentiary 

JMiller Thomas, labourer, East st s of Baltimore ^ 

Millholland Robert D. block and pump maker, Thames st e of 

Market dw cor Ami and Lancaster sts 
Millholland Arthur, grocer, corner of Pitt and High sts 
JMilligan, James, sawyer, Baltimore e of Poppleton st 
tMilligan Henry, Lloyd near Salisbury st 
Millikin James H. whip and cane fact. lO/i Baltimore st 
Milliman Mary, boarding house, Saratoga e of Holliday st 
Milliman George, street commissioner, Paca n of Franklin st 
Millington John N. printer, Piit w of Aisquith st 
JNliller Christian, tailor, Armistead lane near Light st 
Miller Wm. T. boarding house, Pine n of Franklin st 
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Million mrs Marv, teacher, George st e of Pine 
Milliron Samuel F. constable, Potter a of Gay st 
Millroy \vidow. Sharp st n of Hill 
Mills VVm. P. lumber mt. Hanover s of Camdenat 
Mills Penelope, 65 e Fleet st 
Mills Frederick, waterman, 20 Ann st 
Mills Levin, carpenter, Eden s of Pratt st 
Mills Richd. grocer, n e cor Gough &c Eden sts dw 14 Gough 
Mills George, sawyer, Busy al n of Sharp st 
Mills Charles H. filer and turner, Charles s of Henrietta st 
Mills Ezekiel, police officer, Holliday s of Pleasant st 
Mills Wm. cordvvainer. Pine n of Fayette st 
Mlils Robert, grocer, n w cor Pearl and Bait sts 
Mills Wm. cordvvainer, Mulberry e of Euiaw st 
Mills Wm. teacher, Long al s of Saratoga st 
Minis Robert, lime and feed store, Bait s of Paca st 
Mills Susanna, teacher, Monument vv of Canal st 
Mihis York, boot black, cellar of 2 s Calvert st dw Franklin e 
Milgor John P. accountant, 110 s Paca st [ of Cove 

Mil och John, labourer, Liberty al near Monument st 
Miltenberger& Baldwin, segar and tobacco manu. 6 n Eulaw 
Miltenberger A. dw Conway w of Eutaw st 
Mince Joseph, n e corner of Wilk and Spring sts 
Mince Seth, painter and glazier. Bait e of Bond st 
Mincher John, cooper, 42 Lexington st 
Mingle Henry, labourer, Federal hill opposite Telegraph 
tMingo James, labourer, Happy al n of Wilk st 
Minifie mrs. millinery and fancy store, 6 e Bait st 
Minifie Wm. carpenter, Plowman st dw 6 e Baltimore st 
Minnick John, shoemaker, Granby w of Albemarle st 
Minnick Henry, blacksmith, Lee e of Charles st 
Minsey Nathaniel, Mulberry near Poppleton st 
Minton Eliza, washer, Wagon al w of Howard st 
Minks Anthony, carter, Saratoga w of Chatsworth st 
Miskanmons Mary M. Pratt st e of Apple al 
Miskelly mrs Mary, 3 Market st f p 
Miskelly Hugh, city watchman, 67 Harrison st 
Misel Wm. tinner, Camden st e of Sharp 
Mister A. grocer, 14 Light st vvhi. dw 140 Hanover st 
Mitchell George, ship carpenter, Happy al near Alice Anna st 
Mitchell Solomon, ship carpenter, 'M Philpot st 
Mitchell Robert, ship joiner, Bank st e of Ann 
Mitchell Robert, tavern, 73 McElderry's wharf 
Mitchell John, hackman, cor Hamilton and St. Paul sts 
Mitchell John, carter, Buren near Monument st 
Mitchell Arthur, cor French and Centre sts 
Mitchell Wm. coach trimmer, York av near Monument st 
Mitchell Wm K. and co merchant tailors, McClellan's st 1 
door n of Baltimore st 
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Mitchell John, harness maker, York avenue 

Mitchell John, confectioner, 98 Baltimore st 

Mitchell James, carriage keeper North st e of Saratoga 

Mitchell Thomas, victualler, Saratoga st w of Pine 

Mitchell John laborer, Biddle st w of Ross 

Mitchell John, plaisierer, Madison st w of Eutaw 

Mitcliell Mrs. milliner, 9 Saratoga st 

Mitchell James, copper worker, Eden st n of Pitt 

Mitchell Edward, merchant, counting house Dugan's wharf, 

dw Exeter st near Pitt 
Mitchell Alexander, Front st bet Bait and Pitt sts 
Mitchell Joseph, hackman, 69 n Front st 
Mitchell Samuel, carpenter. Potter st bet Low and Gay sts 
Mitchell Zebulon, laborer, Hill st bet Charles and Light sts 
Mitchell John, ship carpenter, Granby st w of Harford run 
Mitchell Richard, ship carpenter, Granby st w of Harford run 
Vlitchell Zebedee, Gough st 1 door s of Granby 
Vlitchell Bennett, Lexington w of Pine st 
Mitchell Joseph, Green st s of Mulberry 
•Mitchell VVm. laborer, Hanover st n of Montgomery 
Mitchell James, caulker, Caroline st n of Gough 
Mitchell Elisha, wood sawyer, Lancaster st e of Market 
Mitchell Rezin, waiter, Columbia st e of Paca 
Mitchell Ralph, sawyer, Charles st extended 
fMitchell Joseph, laborer, Charles st extended 
Slittan W. H. carpenter, cor Cedar alley and Eutaw st dw 

cor Madison and Garden sts 
Vlittan John, grocer, cor Garden and Madison sts 
Mittan John jr. carpenter, Madison st e of Howard 
Mittnacht George H. fancy store, 29 Market st f p 
Mittnacht G. H. importer of French and German fancy goods, 

Lombard st w of Charles 
Moales Randall H. Att at law, Franklin near Park st [wharf 
Moale Wm A. and brother, commission merchants, 95 Bowly'a 
Moale W. A. dw Pleasant st bet Charles and St Paul's sts 
Moale Richard A. Pleasant st bet Charles and St Paul's sts 
Moale John C. Calvert st n of Fayette 
tMoale Charles, carter, 63 Potter st 
tMoale .lohn, Strawberry alley s of Pinkney st 
Mobley Mrs. Susan, milliner,'l2 n Gay near Front st 
Mobley Wm. H. carpenter, 12 n Gay ct [alley- 

Modes Christian, carpet weaver, cor Paca st and Carpenter's 
Moffitt VVm. blacksmith, Lee st 2 doors e of Charles 
MofTett Jno F. and co dry good merchants, cor Sharp and 

Pratt sts 
Moffitt Joseph, weaver, Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
Moffitt Thomas, Union st n of Penn avenue 
Moffitt Robert, livery stable, cor Lombard and Liberty sts 

dw Liberty near Howard st 

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Mohler Barbara, widow, 67 Pitt st 
Moke John, innkeeper, Paca n of Lexington st 
Mollison Ellen, washer, Pearl st of Saratoga 
Malioy Catherine 7 Hanover st 

Monckster Edwin, nnerchant, Mulberry st e of Charles 
Monks Mrs Margaret, George st e of Pine 
Monk Wm. cooper, Happy alley, s of Gough ««t 
Monkur Dr. J. C. Ann st n of Alice Anna, office F P institute 
Monmonier Dr. J. Pratt st e of Caroline 
Monmonier Thomas, carpenter, Pratt st e of Caroline 
Monroe Edmond A. salesman. Mulberry st e of Paca 
Monsarrat Oscar, drug and apothecary store, 21 Market st f p 
JNIonsarratt N. apothecary, 150 Baltimore st 
Monteiro Elizabeth, sempstress, 7 Comet st 
Monteith John and Robert, jewellers, 146 Baltimore st 
Montel Peter, 9 Shakspeare st 
Montel F. J. Pratt st e of Exeter 
Montell Mrs Eliza, e Pratt st n of Gough 
Montell F. and C. commission merchants, 85 Smith's wharf 
Montell Charles M. of above firm, dw Aisquith st n of Pitt 
Montgomery Andrew, weaver, Franklin st 
Montgomery Wm. S. machinist, Albemarle st 1 door s of Pratt 
Montgomery Wm. Busy alley w of Charles st 
Montgomery Mr, cnrdwainer, Frederick st near Gay 
tMontgomery Nathan, sawyer, Hawk st w of Concord 
tMontgomery Martin, Spring st n of Fleet 
tMontgomery Milly, Spring near Wilk st [st 

tMontgomery Rachel, huckster. Strawberry alley sof Pinkney 
Montponsier Fanny, confectioner, Eutaw st s of Mulberry 
Monuments, see page 14 

Moody Isaac, cordwainer, Aisquith st s of Holland 
Moody John B. tobacconist, 50 Pratt st 
Mooay Mrs. Christiana, Wolf st 1 door n of Alice Anna 
Moody Philip, grocer, 83 McElderry's wharf 
Moody Robert, carpenter, Potter st near Hillen 
Moon Edward, victualler, Penn av s of Hoffman st 
Mooner Andrew, 9 Lancaster st 
Mooney Hugh, tailor, Chamberlain's alley s side 
Mooney John, weaver, Preston s of Ross st 
Mooney Hugh J. merchant tailor, Eutaw s of Fayette st ^ 
Mooney Francis, grocer, cor Monument and Spring sis 
Mooney Daniel, Canton 
Mooney Patrick, tanner, Hillen st e of Front 
Moore John, victualler. Gist st Federal Hill 
Moore Capt. Wm. mariner, 33 Market st f p 
Moore Mrs. Ann, 19 Thames st 
Moore Robert, 61 Centre market space 
Moore Wm. N. tailor, 4i Lexington st 
Moore John, lumber inspector, Hanover st s of Barre 
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MOR Matchett's Baltimore 

Moore Mrs. dress*maker, 173 Baltimore st 

Moore Mary S Light st extended 

Moore Henry, painter in general, 69 n Liberty st 

Moore Samuel, Charles st n of Barre 

Moore Robert, boot and shoe maker, 59 Harrison st 

Moore Mrs M. dress maker, Holliday st near Fayette 

Moore Anthony, fruiter, cor Baliimore and South sis dw 46 

Harrison st 
Moore John, book and stationary store, 4 North st dw Holliday 

near Fayette st 
Moore John, general Agency office, 5 North st 
Moore Mrs. Priscilla, Armistead lane near Light st 
Moore Thomas, chemist, West near Light st 
Moore Horaiio, corder, Cove st s of Franklin 
Moore John, carpenter. Park st e of Poppleton 
Moore John, weaver, Mulberry st e of Cove 
Moore Mrs. Pierce st e of Cove 
Moore Sarah, George, st w of Penn avenue 
Moore Henry, tailor, 11 1 n Howard st dw 117 do 
Moore Mrs Margaret, 40 Eutaw st 
Moore James, iron founder, Pratt st w of Green 
Moore John, shoe dealer, 54 Lexineton st 
Moore John, weaver, Preston s of Ross st 
Moore James, n Howard near Baltimore st 
Moore John H. machinist, Holland st extended 
Moore Eliza, 90 Liberty st 
Moore Alfred, clerk, 69 s Sharp st 
Moore M and co wholesale druggists, 190 Baltimore st 
Moore Miss Amelia, 71 Pitt st 

Moore Slephen, Capt. H. clerk, 24 n High st [more and Pitt s(s 
Moore Stabler and co apothecaries, dw Front st between Balti- 
Moore George, waterman, Canal st 1 door n of Salisbury 
Moore John, Fayette st e of Eutaw 
tMoore Jacob, Columbia, e of Paca st 
|Moore Vincent, laborer, Honey alley w of HanoTcr at 
JMoore Rebecca, widow, East st n of Douglass 
jMoore Elizabeth, washer, Forest st s of Douglass 
tMoore Wesley laborer, Forest st n of Douglass 
JMoore Pamela, Frederick st near Etna lane 
tMoore Abraham, laborer, Exeter st near French 
f Moore Henry, scowman, Granby st near J Falls 
tMoore J. alley, bet Spring and Caroline sts 
tMoore James, waterman, Spring st n of Gough 
tMoore H, Caroline s of Bank st 
tMoore Hannah, Apple a! near Wilk st 
Mopps Wm. cordwainer, Cov3 st s of Sarah Ann 
Mopps W. J. bacon seller, Pine s of Saratoga st 
Moran Gabriel, 29 Barre st 
Moran John, hatter, 4 east Baltimore street 

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Moran Michael, carpenter, Hiilen e of Exeter st 

Moran John laboarer, cor Lancaster st and Argyle al 

Morck George, accountant, 23 s Exeter st 

Mordecai Philip, pajier hanger, Pitt w of Aisquith st 

Morehead John, weaver, Cove st n of Saratoga 

Moreland Joseph S. dry goods mt. 19 Bait st 

Moreman Barnard, s e cor Shakspear and Bond sts 

Moreman Herman, cor Shakspear st and Bond 

Morgan Wm. H. firm of B. Deford &. Co. dealers in leather &c. 

cor Calvert and Lombard sts dw Lloyd s of Bait st 
Morgan Ephraim, blacksmith, Long al opp, Lexington Market 
Morgan Sarah, Carpenter's al e of Eutaw st 
Morgan Thomas, Potter, cor Pitt and Exeter, dw opposite 
Morgan Edward, Aisquith nof Pitt st 
Morgan Wm. LI )yd 1 door n of Salisbury st 
Morgan Thomas, 11 e Bait st 
Morgan Michael, tavern, Light near Pratt st 
Minus Mary, c«r Lancaster st and Apple alley 
Morgan Joeeph, book binder, Frederick stnear Gay 
Morgan Joseph, senr. carpenter, Frederick stnear Gay 
l^forgan William, barber, s Gay st near Baltimore 
tMorgan William, labourer, Ivy alley w of Park st 
Morrell John, fancy store, Maryland arcade, dw 64 n High st 
Morrin James, collector, 22 n High st 

Marriarty Ann,'cord and botton factory, Lexington stw of Charles 
Morris mrs Sarah, Mulberry st e of Paca 
Morris John, millstone manufacturer, Paca n of Saratoga 
Morris Rev. J. G. 28 Lexington st 
Morris Bridget, Exeter st betw Baltimore and Pitt sts 
Morris Henry, hair dresser, cor Low and Front sts 
Morris Morris, cordwainer, cor Canal and Salisbury sts 
Morris John R. firm of Jacob Albert and Co. 52 Fayette st 
Morris James, blacksmith, cor Mulberry and Calvert sis 
Morris George, manufacturer, dw Saratoga w of St. Paul's 
Morris Thornas C. & Sons, ship joiners, Wolf st n of Thames 
Morris Thomas C. dw Fell st s of Thames, 
Morris John, ship joiner, 62 Market st f, p. 
Morris Charles T. ship carpenter, se cor Wolf and Lancaster 
Morris George, ship joiner, Alice Anna st w of Ann 
Morris Jas. grocery and feed store, n e cor Ann and Alice Anna 
Morris John, millslonemanufacturer, Wilk st e of High 
Morris Dr. Henry, Market st s of Wilk 
Morris William, grocer, 41 Bond st 
Morris miss, Bank st e of Exeter 
Morris W. and G. domestic manufacturers, 39 fratt st 
Morris William, manufacturer, Saratoga st w of St. Paul'^s 
|Morris James, waterman, Argyle alley s of Wilk st* 
tMorris James, waterman, Salisbury alley 
Morrison Cornelius, baker, Block st near drawbridge 
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Morrison miss Delia, sempstress, East at near French 

Morrison mrs Mary Ann, mantua maker, Hillen st w of Ensor 

Morrison John, blacksmitli, Hillen st near East 

Morrison Henry, labourer, Welcome alley w of Sharp st 

Morrison Priscilla, sempstress, East st n of Douglass 

Morrison Huirh, jr. tiatter, 54 n Hi^h st 

Morrison James, cord wainer, 64 n Front st 

Morrison William, carpenter, 10 Commerce st 

|Morrison Patience, washer, Hill st e of Sharp 

Morrow Andrew, grocer, s w cor Argyle alley and Fleet at I 

Morrow William, grocer, Sterling st near Maddison 

Morrou' John, boot and shoe manufacturer, 60 C. Market space 

Morrow Margaret, Montgomery st e of Light 

Morrow John, weaver, cor Mulberry and Popplelon sts 

Morrow Patrick, weaver, Cove st s of Sarah Ann 

Morrow Isaac, collector, Franklin st e of Chatsworth 

Morrow Samuel, weaver, Pierce st wof Chatsworth 

Morrow William, weaver, Preston st s ol" Ross 

Morrow John, weaver, Preston st s of Ross 

Morrow Robert, carpenter, Howard st s of Madison 

Morrow John, carpenter, Lee st w of Hanover 

Morrow Joseph, watchman, 19 Caroline st 

Morse William L. harness maker, 23 Franklin st 

Morse mrs Sarah, tavern, s e cor Swan st and C. Market space 

Morsel Peter, labourer, Johnson st near Cross 

Mortimer, mrs. cor Bishop's lane and Stiles st 

Mortimer John, Park st n of Mulberry 

Mortimer and Mowbray, variety store, 116 & l80 Baltimore st 

Mortimer Charles Fredk. labourer. Crook's Row Monument st 

Mortimer John, Custom House, dw 14 Hollins st 

Morton John B. clerk, Paca st w of Lunn's alley 

Morton Geo. C. Monument ste of Park, counting room, S6 s Gay 

Morton Patrick, iron founder. Sugar alley w of Light st 

Morton Justus, potter, Washington at s of Wilk 

Morton mrs Jane, 60 Ann st 

Morton mrs Ann Jane, Canal st near Gough 

Morton John, grocer, 100 Dugan's wharf 

Moser Godfrey, baker, Wilk st av of Ann 

Moees Isaac, clothing store, Ensor st near Potter 

M )sher William, Pleasant st , . , i- 

■Mosher Col. James, surveyor of port of Baltimore, dw t ayette 

8t near St. Paul's st 
Mosho Christian, segar maker, 106 Eutaw st 
Moss David, ship builder, Ann st w of Alice Anna 
tMoss Cinihia, Spring st s of Pratt 
tMoss Polly, washer, 23 Potter st 
Mott William, labourer. Sugar alley w of Light st 
Mott mrs Rachel M. 8 e Baltimore st 
Mottis John, painter, and glazier, 53 Centre M^trket Space 
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Director for 1837. MUM 

Mouat Capt James, mariner, 72 Ann st 
Moule miss J. A. seminary, German st s of Howard 
Moulton James F. tailor, dw Forest st formerly Jackson 
Mouncraret Jabez, cooper, York st w of Light st 
Mount Ann, sempstress, 34 Union st 
Moury William, blacksmith, Baltimore st w of Poppleton 
Mowbray John, tailor, 2 Grant st 
Mowbray George W. brush maker, 46 n Front st 
Mowtis Christian, carpet weaver, Carpenter's alley [Exeter 

Moxley Walter, tobacconist, 27 Market st f. p. and Gay stnear 
Moxley William, tin and sheet iron worker, 72 Hanover st 
Muckelroy John, victualler, e Baltimore st 
Mudge William, carpenter, Lombard st e of Charles 
Mueller Francis, shoe maker, Thames st e of Block 
Muess Juo. Fredk. manager glass house, Federal hill dw adjoining 
Muir Henry, seaman, Argyle alley n of Lancaster st [Wine st 
Muirhead Wm. 5 Shakspeare st. coffee roasting establishment, 
Mulhoffer J. M. cabinet maker, Saratoga st e of Holliday 
Mules Samuel, cord wainer. Rock stn of Lexington 
Mules Samuel, cordwainer, George st e of Pine 
Mulgraw John, smith. Front st betw Low and Gay st 
Mnihear Thomas, labourer, Apple alley s of Fleet si 
Mulhear Owen, carter, n Front st near Bath 
Mulhear Ellen, grocer, Charles st n of Pratt 
Mulhear Owen, labourer, Holliday st n of Bath 
Muligan Thomas, marble cutter, St. Paul's st n of Hamilton 
MulleH Robert, carter. Park lane e of Amity 
Mullen John, grocer^ Lexington st e of Green 
Mullen Peter, grocer, Lexington st w of Paca 
Mullen Jonathan, Cathedral st n of Mulberry 
Mullen mrs Rachel, academy, 15 German st 
Mullen Mary, grocer, 48 n High st 
Mullen Peter, grocer, 45 n Exeter st 
Mullen John H. cordwainer, Apple alley s of Baltimore st 
Mullen James, capt. of night watch. North st n of Bath 
Mullen Patrick F. tailor, n Gay st near Mott 
Mullen Thomas, labourer, French st opposite Potter 
Mullen Thomas N. coach manufacturer, n High st near Hillen 
Muller James N. block and pump maker, City Block, dw Ann st 
Muller Michael, President st s of Pratt [1 door s of Wilk 

Muller John, constable, cor Franklin and Pine sts 
Muller Lewis, constable, Pinkney st e of Spring 
Mulligan John, wheelwright, Wilk sts of Bond 
Mulliken O. W. grocer, cor Mulberry st and Lerew's alley 
Mullin John, tavern keeper, 11 Fish Market space 
Mullock F. waterman, 59 Bond st 
Mulnix James, grocer, Frederick st near Pratt 
Mulsee'd Samuel, Richmond st e of Howard 
Mumma Susan, Harford avenue near Monument st 
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MUR MatchetVs Baltimore 

Mumma Samuel, butcher, York avenue 
Mumma John, butcher, York avenue 
Munce Mary, cor Lancaster st and Apple alley 
Munday Leah, circulating library, 63 n Howard st 
JMundowney Henry, stevadore. Strawberry alley s of Gough st 
Muner mrs Violet, Armistead lane e of Light st 
Munich Theodore, shoe maker, 59 Bond st 
Munroe Nathaniel, watch and clock maker, 222 Baltimore st 
Munroe Isaac, proprietor of Baltimore Patriot, dvv Lexitjgton st 
Munroe Nathaniel, 95 Hanover st [e of Charles 

Munroe John H. carpenter, Lee st w of Hanover 
Munroe mrs Mary, Long lane n of Orleans st 
Munroe lleniy, grocer, cor Douglass and Eaststs 
Murdock Ann, fancy store, 39 Lexington st 
Murdock T. Mulberry st w of Chapel alley 
Murdock Wm. F. & A. importers of British dry goods, 8 s 
Murdock Wm. F. dvv Sharp sts of Lombard fCharles si 

Murdock A. of above firm, dw cor Franklin & St. Paul's sts 
Murdock Thomas, grocer, cor Lancaster st and Argyle alley 
Mure Hamilton, watchman, Caroline st n of Orleans 
Murray Juliet, VVilk st n of Caroline 

Murray Arthur, grocer, n e cor Bank st and Strawberry alley 
Murray mrs. mantua maker. Liberty st s of Waijon alley 
Murray Ptichard C. carpenter. Saratoga st e of Park 
Murray James, machinist, Light st nof Montgomery st 
Murra}' Matthew, cor Holliday st n of Saratoga sts 
Murray Francis, city bailiff, cor Gay and Aisquith 
Murray Matthew, Gas house, Hilen st w of High 
Murray James, millwright, York st e of Liarht 
Murray James, oyster establishment, Law Buildings, corLexing- 
Murray William, Lexington st w of Cove [ton and St. Paul's 
Murray Thomas, grocer, cor St Paul's and Hamilton sts 
Murray R. A. mt. firm R. A. Taylor & Co. dw Pascault's row- 
Murray R. C. cor Cathedral and Mulberry sis [Lexington st 
Murray Elizabeth, sempstress, Wayne st w of Howard 
Murray W^m. cabinet maker, 24 Lexington st 
Murray Patrick, salesman, 10 New Church st 
Murray J. C grocer, cor Lee and Charles sts 
Murray William H. cashier Mechanics' Bank, dw Baltimore st e 
Murray Thomas, hatter, 60 s Calvert st [of Aisquith 

Murray Edvyard, boot maker, 5 Tripolett's alley 
Murray George, labourer, Forest st n of Douglass 
tMurray Robert, music master, Mechanics' Court, near High st 
tMurray William, labourer, Montgomery st extended 
tMurray Jacob, barber. South st near Second, dw Holliday st 
■{■Murray Maria, Caroline st near Pinkney [near Bath 

iMurray David, labourer, Sprinor st s oi Gough 
tMurray Samuel, Pierce st e of Pine 
^Murray Nancy, washer, cor Water and Grant sts 

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lAlurray Alexander, waiter, 20 ISalisbury st 

Murphy Dr. Jonn, apothecary, 67 Bond st 

Murphy Wilham, ijrocer, Stiles st w of Goucrh 

Murphy Capt. Caroline st s of Pratt 

Murphy & Spaldinir, printers, s w cor Baltimore and Light sta 

Murphy James, porter, Pleasant st near Calvert 

Murphy Jesse D. Gallows Hill 

Murphy Ovven, grocer, Buren st near Madison 
Murphy Phihp, crrocer, cor Pine and Mulberry sts 
Murphy John, cotton nDanufacturer, Preston st s of Ross 
Murphy fLilen, dry aoods store, 63 n Howard st 

Murphy Huah, labourer. Monument st e of Eden 
Murphy I nomas, firm of Dobbin. Murphy & Base, publishers of 
the American, dw 13 Pittst "crsoi 

Murphy Patrick, Theatre and Circus tavern, cor Low and Front 
Murphy Wmderk, Potter st n of Necessity alley 
MurphyJohn N. carpenter, Goucrh st 2d door n of Pratt 
fpH'^^l^l'^' ^^'•Pe»ter, Salisbury st w of Llovd 
murphy Moses, white washer. St. Paul's st n of Franklin 
Muschett Walter, merchant, Light st wharf, dw MuSry e af 
Musgrave mrs Margaret, Exeter st n of Wilk fdharlel 

Musgrave Andrew, cooper, Exeter st n of Wilk l^narie* 

Musgrave Rev. George, Saratoga st e of Eutaw 
^usick Joshua cord wainer, Ensor st near Monument 
^usselman John, letter carrier, 171 Hanover st 
^usser Ross, superintendent of chimneys, St. Paul's stn of Ham- 
tf uh Pml.p, baker, cor Pratt and CharleL sts f UoHt 

Jutter Chnstiana, grocer, Baltimore st w of Poppleton ^ 
Jyer I homas, brickmaker, 138 Hanover st 
lyerdircks John, confectioner, Pratt st w of Charles 
lyers Capt John, 74 Alice Anna st 
lyers Jacob, tailor, cor Bond and Thames sts 
lyers Capt. Nicholas, 107 Bond st 
lyers Jacob, senr. 21 Bond st 
lyers Charles hatter, e Baltimore at 1 door w of Market 

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[yers Henry, grocer, cor Hanover and Hughes sts 
yers John, cor Hanover and Conway sts 
lyers Joseph G. scourer, cor Ensor and East sts 
yers Jacob, tobacco mat.ufacturer, South st near Pratt st. dvr 

Calvert st near Sara tocra 
yers C A. stock manufactu°rer, 33 Baltimore st 
■!!'" u ^''"^^^e* •"^P'l'-lers of crlass. China, &c. 63 Baltimore 
yers Henry, of above firm, 18 Frederick st »aiii»»r^ 

yers George, collector, Buren st near Monument 
yers Geor^re W clerk, dw High st near French 
yers mrs Ehzabeth. sempstress. Exeter st a of French 
/ers Jacob, pamter, Putter st n of Gay 



;SEA MatchetlU Baltimore 

Myers Jacob & Son, tobacco manufacturers, 55 South St 

Myers Georoje, victualler, Baltimore st extended 

Myers Daniel, crrocer, Franklin st e of Penn. avenue 

Mvers John, labourer, Camden st e of Sharp 

Myers William, cor Lloyd and Salisbury sts 

Myers Zachariah, China store, 118 n Howard st 

Myers Charles, victualler, Penn. avenue s of Hoffman 

Myers Jacob, Pennsylvania avenue n of Hoffman st 

Myers John, huckster, Biddle st s of Pennsylvania avenue 

Mvers Charles, victualler, Biddle st s of Pennsylvania avenue 

Myers Elizabeth, washer, Biddle alley s of Ross st 

Myers John, molasses manufacturer, Baltimore st w of Paca 

Myers John, confectioner, cor Pratt and Eutaw sts 

Myers Stephen, tailor, 34 Park st 

Myers Lewis, labourer, Barre st e of Howard 

Myers Rachel, washer, Potter st e of Low 

tMvers James, labourer. Canal st near Orleans 

tMyers Jacob, labourer. Potter st near Hillen 

tMyers David, labourer, Davis st near Bath 

tMyers Daniel, waterman. Spring st n of Gough 

JMyers Marietta, alley e of Exeter st 

tMyers Robert, carter, 5 Bond st 

tMyers Perry, porter, Long: alley s of Ross st 

JMyers Jeremiah, labourer, cor Columbia and Howard sts 

abb G. W. attorney at law, office adjoinini; Post office, dw 
Charles st n of Saratoga 
Nace William M. distiller. High st near French 
Naff John H. auctioneer, 1 n Charles st 
Nagle Christian, printer, Elbovv lane w of Paca st 
Nagle mrs Catherine, Columbia st e of Green 
Nairn Dr. John C. b w cor Gay and Saratoga sts 
Nails Benjamin F. house painter, Frederick st near Baltimore, 

dw 60 Sterling st 
Nants John, inspector customs, dw 72 s High st 
Nash Charles, carpenter, Lee st w of Hanover 
Nash Ephraim, ship carpenter, York at betw Light and Charles 
Natch mrs Alice, s e cor Baltimore and Front sts 
tNathans Daniel, whitewasher. Mulberry st e of Park 
Naylor Darby, carpenter, e Pratt st near Caroline 
tNaylor Samuel, labourer, Guilford alley near Light st 

tNaylor Jacob, labourer, French st near High 

Neal Joseph, bookseller and stationer, 174 w Baltimore st 

Neal John, weaver, Cove st s of Sarah Ann 

Neal James G. bricklayer, 167 Hanover st 

JNeale John, carter, Aroryle alley s of Wilk st 

Neale mrs Mary, cor West and Charles sts 

Neale Susan, hat binder. Forest st s of Orleans 

Neale Henry, cordvvainer, Harford Run 
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Nealey John, teacher, Lombard st w of Paca 

NealeV William, labourer, vv of Franklin st 

Nealy James, weaver, Franklin st extended 

Neber^er John, tailor, Montgomery st opp. Sharp 

Needham Asa, £rrocer and commission merchant, 28 Light st whfr 

d\v 126 Hanover st 
Needles Edward, house painter, 78 n High st 
Needles John, cabinet maker and dry goods merchant, 54 Han- 
over St. dvv 47 Hanover st 
Needles Elizabeth, dry goods dealer, Pratt st w of Hanover 
NeeperMary, Charles st Court n of Camden 
Neighbors Mary, teacher , 26e I leet st 
Neild Richard, 2 Exeter st 

Neile Frederick, sea captain, Aisquith st n of Madison 
Neiison Thomas N. merchRnt, 155 e Pratt st 
Neilson Robert, Custom House officer, dw Courtland st near 
Neiison George, Calvert st near Pleasant [Mulberry 

Neilson D. L. dentist, office and dvv Calvert st near Pleasant 
Neiison Robert, firm of Sands & Neilson, printer, dw French st 
Neilson mrs C. J. 3 PascaultRow, Lexington st [near Centre 
Neilson Joseph, jr. clerk, Orleans st e of Caroline 

Nelling , labourer, 37 Bond st 

Neinaeyer Harman, carpenter. Sharp st s of Barre [Calvert 

Nekler Charles, tavern, 11 Thames st 

Nelson and Buchanan, attorneys at law, office Fayeite st e of 
Nelson Robt. foundryman, Armistead lane near Light st 
Nelson William, blacksmith, Commerce st whf. dvv Caroline st 

near Pinknesy 
tNelson Manuel, carter, Chats worth st s of Chesnut alley 
tNelson Jacob, boot black. Run alley n of Lexington st 
tNelson Sarah, cook, Jefferson st betvv Canal and Aisquith 
Neninger J. B. music master, Courtland st n of Saratoga 
tNetler Ellen, washer, Welcome alley w of Sharp s 
tNetler Mary, Wolf alley n of Conway st 
Nevaker Peter, engineer, York st e of Light 
Neviit James, carpenter. Pleasant st e of North 
New Ht'nry, carpenter, George ste of Pine 
Newall John, grocer, cor n Gay and Aisquith sts 
Newball Charles, cabinet maker, Wolf st w of Caroline 
Nevvby Godfrey, labourer, n Gay st near Mott 
JNewby Charles, labourer, Happy alley s of Alice Anna st 
Newbsll John D. shoe maker, Siiarp st n of Barnet 
Nevvitt Sarah, washer, Pierce st \v of Pine 
Newkirk, Henry B. milk dealer, cor Hollinsst and Long alley 
Newman Joseph, piano maker, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Newman Ann, washer, Little Sharp st n of Baltimore 
Newman Louisa, washer. Potter st e ol' Low, 
Newman John, savvyef. Potter st e of Low, 
Newman Thomaa, carpenter, Wilkst e of Market 
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Newman Lavvson, carpenter, Exeter st n of VVilk 

Newman J()sep[i, watchman, Ann st s of Bank 

Neivman G. H. & A. commission merchants, Commerce 8t near 

Water, dw Lexinorton st e oC Cfiarles 
Newman mrs Ellen 53 Centre Market si)ace 
Newman Arthur, hatter, Frederick st near Gay 
|Newman Frederick, labourer. Forest st n of Douirlass 
Newton mrs Mary, weaver, Sarah Ann st near Poppleton 
Newton mrs Elizabeth, Saratoora st e of Scliroeder 
Newton Thomas, cordwainer, George st e of Pine 
Newton nirs. Pratt st bridge 
JNewton Robert, Lunn\s alley opposite Paca st 
tNewton Sargent, labourer, Centre st near Charles 
Nibperl George, victualler, Neighbour st 
Nicerd Duvid, potter, cor Eden and tJampstead sts 
Nice John, seaman, Monument st w of vSierlin}>f 
Nice Marv, t^adoress, Ensor st foot of Gallows hill [St. Paurs 
Nicholas J. S., attorney at law, office and d\v Lexington st w of 
Nicholas Mary, grocer, Saratoga st extended 
Nicholas Elizabeth, washer, Long al s of New st 
Nicholl Wdliain, plaisterer, Pratt st e of Caroline 
Nicholl Tlioinas, bricklayer, Cartdine st s of Bank [Water sts 
Nicholls James, lottery and exchange office, s w cor Gay and 
Nichols CliarlesD., shipping office, n w cor Bond & Thames st* 
|NichoIs Henry, laborer, Harttbrd avenue 
tNichols Wesley, barber, Gay st near Front 
Nicholson Louis, Thames, st w of Bond 
Nicholson Captam Lewis F., Philpot si w of Thames 
Nicholson John, grocer, 109 Camden st 

Nicholson James M., ai'y. at law, St. Paul's n of Lexington st 
Nicholson Capt. Joseph J. U. S. Navy, dw Saratoga st w of St. 

Paul's 
Nicholson Ed v\ard, clerk, 35i Baltimore st up stairs 
Nicholson Mary, grocer, Saratoga st extended 
Nicholson Henry, blacksmith, Baltimrire st w of Poppleton 
Nicholson & Bailey, innkeepers, cor Green and Bait, sts 
Nicholson Thomas, carpenter, Wagon al e of Eutaw st 
Nicholson Thomas, saw setter, Eutaw st s of Columbia 
Nicholas George, laborer, carpenter's al. e of Paca st 
Nicholson &, Brother, lot- & ex. office, cor Bait, and Howard st» 
Nicholson Isaac, of above firm, dw Pitt st e of Eden 
Nicholson John, of above firm, dw 66 Pitt st 
Nicholson, lott & exch. brokers, 16 & 255 w Bait, st and cor 

Fish and Marsh market space 
Nicholson John, 6 Aisquith 5t 
Nicholson Jacob, wagoner, Williams st n of Cross 
tNicholson Hannibal, brickmaker, Sncar aj. w of Light st 
^Nicholson Harriet, Sterling st near Monu nent 
tNicholson Adam, laborer, Lerew's al s of Franklin st 
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^Nicholson Jerry, laborer, Bank st e of Eden 

JNicholson Henny, washer, St. Mary's st s of Ross 

Nickerson John, meal man, Monument &l e of Eden 

Nicolai Harman, grocer, cor Barre and Sharp sts 

Nicle William, carpet weaver, Albermarle st s of Pratt 

Nicoll David, stone paver, Wolf si s of Pratt 

Nicoll Thomas, labourer. Wolf st sof Pratt 

Nicols Charles, at. at law, office &tdw Lexington st w of Calvert 

Nichols William, shingle shaver, cor Charles Sc Henrietta sta 

Niemeyer Charles, cordwainer, 12 German st 

Niles Benjamin F., Franklin st w of Cove 

Niles VVni. Ogden, publisher of Weekly Register, office Water 

e of South st dw e of Baltimore w of Aisquith 
Niramo Wm. R , book store, Market space near Hawk st 165 

High st 
Ninde Jas. & Son, watchmakers and jewellers l26 w Bait, st 
Ninde Jas. watchmaker, 7 s Gay stdw do 
Ninde A. B., dry goods merchl, 193 Bait, st dw Gay near Bait. 
^isbct Hon. Alex ass. judge ciiy court, Frederick st s of Bait. 
Niving Thos. carpenter. Perry st s e of Lunn's lane 
Nixdorff' Pobias, tobacconist, Eutaw st n of Fayette 
Nizar Thomas, blacksmith, Monument st e of Canal 
Noble Elizabeth, grocer, n e cor Light and Montgomery sts 
Noblet Sarah, fruit shop, Lombard st e of Charles 
tiXoel John, barber, Marion, e of Howard st 
Norfolk mrs. Sarah, Fancy milliner, 70 Baltimore st 
Norman Capt. Thomas, 6 Waterloo row, Calvert st 
Norman Michael S., com. merchant, 82 Bovvley's whf dw 6 

Waterloo row 
Norris Capt. Isaac, Wi!k st e of High 

Norris Susanifa, \Vilk st e of Caroline [Howard 

Norris Edward, shoemaker, cor Apple al & Pratt st dw 14 » 
Norris John D., grocer, cor Park st and Wagon al 
Norris Richard, Sharp st s of German 
Norris Thomas, grocer, cor Light st and Guilford alley 
Norris F. A. & VV. B wholesale grocers and com. merchants 

256 Baltimore st 
Norris W. B., dw 256 Baltimore st 
Norris Isaac, laborer. Mulberry st w of Chatsworth 
Norris B. B , grocer, Baltimore st e of Pine 
Norris mrs. Sarah, Lexington, e of Pine 
Norris Richard, of Wm , druggist, 254 Balto. dw Sharp st 
Norris R., merchant, 60 n Charles st 
Norris mrs. Ann, 113 s Sharp st 

Norris Edward S., merchant, dw Camden w of Sharp 
Norris Richard &, Sons, hardware mts. 216 Baltimore st 
Norris & Beatty, importers of hardware, 212 Baltimore st 
Norris mrs Sarah H. 50 Hanover st 
Norris James, carpenter, Granby st e of GougU 
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Norris, Reed & Co. dry goods store, 11 e Baltimore st 

tNorris Moses, Bath st near Davis 

tNorris Jacob, labourer, Hughes st near Light 

j Norris Adam, grain measurer, Forest st opp Penitentiary 

tNorris Mary, Poller st e of Low 

tNorris Nimrod, labourer, Jefferson st w of Canal 

North Edward, watchman, 93 Alice Anna st 

Norton mrs. Mary, fruit shop, mechanic's court near High st 

Northwood James, cabinetmaker, Hanover st s of Sugar alley 

Northrop mrs. Camden, vv of Sharp st 

Norville VVm. Block si near Thames 

Norwood John L. painter, Wolf st p of Wilk 

Norwood John, grocer, Saratoga st e of Cove 

Notherman Georjje, boot shoe and hat store, 24 Centre market 

space, dw 67 n Exeter st 
N.)ugens Joseph, bricklayer, Eulavv st s of Madison 
iN'ouvelle Mary, Bradford al. n of Perry st. 
Nowlaud Lambert, clerk, 142 Hanover st 
Nuvvlin F. inn keeper, Ciiarles st n of Camden 
Tsoyes E. dentist, Sharp st s of Pratt 

Noyes David, sexion Exeter Methodist church, dw in rear of 
Nugent Sylvester, engineer, Extler si n of Hillen 
Nugent mrs Jane, George si w of Penn av. 
Nugent Wm. produce and flour store, 74 Franklin st 
Numsen Wm baker, Paca st n of Pratt 
Nulty mrs Mary, Lloyd st n of Water 
Nurser Sebastiati, shoemaker, 39 Fayette st 
Nurser Jesse, shot maker, 89 Fayette st. 

Oberhaff Hannah, shop keeper, cor Aisquith st & Maiden lane 
Oberleuffer C. A. gunsmith, Monument st w of Eden 
O'Brien Richard, carter, Concord st s of Water 
OBrien Bridget, Wilk si e of Wolf 
OBrien Francis, Fawn st e of High 
OBrien Jeremiah, grocer. Gay st .*3d door s of Forest 
OBrien Michael, grocer. Light st s of Lombard 
OBrien Charles C. lock and gun smith, 55 s Frederick st 
OBrien Dennis, labourer. Park st w of Schroeder 
OBrien Solomon, grocer, George st e of Biddle 
OBrien Patrick, grocer, Pratt st vv of Green 
OBrien John, shopkeeper, Potter st n of Douglass 
OBrien Jeremiah, grocer. Water st opposite Lloyd 
Ockenball Julia, Pine st n of George 
Ockerman Catherine, confectioner, 13 Franklin st 
Ockwood Wm. labourer. Rock st n of Lexington 
OConnell James, carpenter, Eager alley w side 
OConnell Catherine, n vv cor Wilk and Caroline sts 
OConner Patrick, porter. Light st near Henrietta 
OConner Hugh, grocer, cor Eutaw and Lombard sis 
OConner Lucy, 12 Lexington st 
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OConnor Eugene, teacher, Concord st between Water and 

Pratt, dvv Baltimore near Caroline 
OConnor mrs Catherine, 3 Shakspeare st 
OConnor mrs Margaret, Spring st s of Pratt 
OConnor Patrick, labourer, Poppleton st 
OConnor Daniel, market man, East st n of Douglass 
Odd Fellows' Hall, Gay st between F^ayette and Saratoga 
Odell &^ Ives, brass founders, North st n of Bath 
ODonnell Thos labourer, s e cor Alice Anna and Caroline sts 
ODonneil Patrick, labourer, Front st near Hillen 
ODonnell John, dry goods mt.32 Centre market space 
ODonnell B. grocer, cor Pratt and Frederick sts dw corner of 

Water and Frederick 
ODonnell John, fruit store, Charles st s of Pratt 
ODonnell James, stone cutter, George st e of Pine 
ODonnell Sarah C. 1 Pascault's row Lexington st 
ODonnell C. president Gas Co. dw Charles st n of Mulberry 
ODonovan Dr. cor Park and Lexington sis 
Odorn Susette, nurse, Front st s of Low [Potter 

Oeligrath Abm. biksm. Hillen st near Potter dw French near 
Oelricks E. G. & Lurman com. mts. 3 n Charles st 
tOffer John, labourer, Wilk st w of Bond 
OFarrell Charles, grocer, 71 Pratt st 

OFiarra James, blksm. & wheelwright, Concord st, dw n of do 
Ogilby James, baker, 42 South st 
Ogle James, house painter, Liberty al near Falls st 
Ogle mrs Elizabeth, Jo Mott st 

Ogle Henry D. brickmaker, Argyle al n of Alice Anna st 
Ogle Jos. bricklayer, Saratoga st w of Cove 
Ogle S. A. bricklayer, Fayette st w of Cove 
Ogle Wm. Camden st w of Howard 
Ogle Wrn. shoemaker, Exeter st n of Pitt 
tOgle Sarah A. Salisbury st e of Lloyd 
tOglevie Jos. shoemaker, McElderry's wharf 
Ogrer mrs Mary, Eden st n of Gough 
OHarra John, grocer, Harford avenue 

OHarra Charles, boot and shoe man'r. cor Centre Market space 
OHarra John, tavern, ?9 Water st e of Fredk. [and Water at 
OKeefe mrs Ann, grocer, 16 Lancaster st 
Oldfield Granville S. commission mt. and importer of wines, 

44 s Charles st dw Hamilton st 
Oldham mrs Sarah, sempstress, York st near Charles 
Oldham Wm. M. baker, 122 Eutaw st 
Oldham Jos- baker, Mercer st e of Light 
O'Laughlin Francis, blacksmith, 26 New Church st 
O'Laughlin Miciiael, house and sign painter, s e cor Fayette 

and Holliday sts dw High near French st 
O'Laughlin John , grocer, s e cor Fayette and Holliday sts 
O'Leary Edward, supt. of chimneys, Market 1 door s of Bank 
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Oliver Capt, Wrn. Ecl'=!n s of Prait st 

Oliver Catherine, grocer, Perry eof Eutaw st 

Oliver Hibernian free school, North st s of Saratoga 

Oliver Robert, office s Gay st 

Oliver Thomas, South near Baltimore st 

Oliver Alexander, weaver, Preston st n side 

Oliver Wm. weaver, Preston st n side] 

Oliver John, tobacconist, Ilollins st w of Long lane 

JOliver James, carter, Cove st s of Pratt 

tOliver Anna, washer, Wagon al w of Liberty st 

jOliver Henrietta, sempstress, Short st n o( Orleans 

tOliver Wm. labourer, Briton st Harford av 

Olhaver Henry, carpenter, 38 n Exeter st 

Olvis John, baker, French near Bath st 

Omale> mrs Mary, grocer, Hiilen near Front st 

O'Mara Timothy, slater, Caroline s of Jefferson st 

O'Neal James, weaver, Pierce st w of Chatsworth 

O'Neale Eliza, tavern, n e cor P'leet and Caroline sis 

O'Neill mrs Ann, boot and shoe mano. 22 e Pratt st 

O'Neill John, shoemaker. Light near Lee st 

O'NeillJohn, blacksmith, Centre st opposite Holliday 

O'Neill John, grocer, Frederick st 2 doors From Etaa lane 

O'Neill James, tailor. Pierce st w of Chatsworth 

O'Neill Robert, teacher, cor Paca and Franklin sts 

O'Neill James, shoe store, 73 Pratt st dvv 22 Pratt st 

Onfersocks Tobias, shoemaker. Light st extended 

Onion Thomas, Harford run 

Onion Corbin, teacher, Caroline n of Orleans st 

Onion Edward M. clothing store, cor Gay & Bait dvv Granby 

e of Gough st 
Onion Zachariah, carpenter. Granby e of Gough st 
Oppermaa Lewis G. glove maker, n e cor, C. M. sp & Swan st 
Oppie Adam Argvie al s of Alice Anna st 
Oram Wm. steam boat hand, Henrietta e of Charles st 
Oram John, watchman Sugar al w of Light st 
Oram Joshua, carter, Harford av 
Oram John, dw 51 s Charles st 
Orchard Catherine, widow, East st s of Douglass 
Orem and Morling, mt.tailors, 165* Baltimore st 
Orem Hugh S. steam engine maker, Montgomery e of Charles 
Oriman Henry, livery stable, Marion w of Howard st 
Orm Hannah,*^ Wilk w of Caroline st 
Ormsby John, baker, Pitt st w of Harford run 
Orndorff 8c Co. flour mts, n e cor Bait and Paca sts 
Orndorff John, H. dw 116 Lombard st 
Orphans' Asylum see page 19 
Orr Wm. grocer, s w cor Concord and Water sts 
Orr mrs Ann, huckster. Potter st s of French 
Orrick Wm. F. druggist, n e cor Eutaw and Lexington sts 
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Orrs Jacob, Strawberry al near Fleet st 

Orum mrs Chloe, Cijroline s of Goiigh st 

Osborne Lucretia, Mulberry e of Paca st 

JOsborne Lewis, waiter, Chesnut al w of Pine st 

tOsborne Isaac, labourer, Low st s of Aisquith st 

tOsborne Isaac, stevedore. Strawberry al s of Pinkney si 

Osbourn J. F. and Co. action & commission rooms, 58 Bait st 

Osbourn Rev James, Second st e of Frederick 

Osburn Elizabeth, North near Bath st 

Osburn Susan, huckster, Saratoga court near Hollidaysl 

Osgoby Mary, milk seller, Potter st op p. Necessity al 

tOsier Wm. porter, Pleasant st w of College al 

fOsier Mary, Lerew's al s of Mulberry st 

Ostendorf Anthony, watch maker, Camden st w of Hanover 

Osterman Joseph, pawnbroker, s e cor High and Ball sts 

Otto Frederick, baker. Bond s of Pratt st 

Ottman Peter, carpenter. Cove w of Franklin st 

Oudeslays Harriet, confectioner, 39 Lexington st 

Oukustien Michael, labourerj Eulaw s of Conway st 

Oull Jacob, Wilk st e of Strawberry al 

Oull Henry, Wilk st e of Strawberry al 

Oursler Edward, sweep master, Columbia st w of Paca 

Ovare Francis, barber, 64 Franklin st 

Overbeck Henry, confectioner, 4ii Franklin st 

Owen Capt. Wm. agt. for steam boats, Patterson st wharf d\r 

Charles st w of Saratoga 
Owen Thomas S. Franklin st w of Pearl 
Owen David, grocer, Eulaw s of Lexington st 
Owens Wm. Montgomery e of Charles st 
Owens Leah, milliner, 28 Market st 
Owens Sarah, cor Wolf and Fell sts 

Owens Isaac, com mt. 80 Dugan's wharfdw Exeter n of Wilk 
Owens James, carpenter, n Gay near Aisquith st 
Owens Alexander, carpenter, Forest near Monument st 
Owens Wm. farmers' agent, SO Uugan's wharf 
Owens mrs Mary, sempstress, Montgomery e of Charles st 
Owens J, W. globe inn, Bait st 2 doors vv of Howard 
Owens Thomas, cabinet maker, 85 1-2 n Howard st 
Owens Thomas, H. cabinet maker. Eager al n of Saratoga st 
Owens Dr. Isaac B. Aisquith nof Pitt st 
Owens Edward, mariner, Henrietta e of Charles st 
Owens James, dw 103 Hanover st 
tOwens Fanny, washer, Eden n of Pitt st 
tOwing Sarah, washer. Mechanic's court near High st 
Owings James, coton yarn warehouse, 7 Liberty st 
Owings S. public stables. North near Saratoga st dw next door 
Owings Benjamin, labourer, Bait st extended 
Owings Joseph A. carpenter, 98 n Howard st 
Owiugs Thomas, carpenter, Holland st extended 
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tOwings Basil, cooper, Park lane e of Poppletou st 

I^aca John, cordwainer, cor Baltimore and Bond sis 
Paca Nancy, baker. .3'^ Put st 
Paca Ann, siioe binder, Hampstead e of Eden st 
Packwood James, fiiliertiian, 63 Bond st [near Fawn 

Page Washington. A. ship joiner, Hughes' sQuay tJw High •! 
Page JLrnes H. prop, ol Image's hotel. Exchange buildings 
Page Wrn. ship joiner, Siiles w of Gough st 
Page Alfred, ship joiner, High st s of Fawn 
Page Daniel, ship joiner, Caroline n of Gough st 
Page mrs Mary, Trait e of President st 
tPage Thomas, hackman, Painter's court near Pitt st 
|Page Matthias, boot black, Caroline n of Praltirt 
Paine Allen, dealer in saddlery &.C., s e cor Bait and Howard 
Paine John, Eutaw n of Mulberry st 
tPaine Philip, carpenter, Johnson s of Cross st 
Palnmlory John, tailor, Frederick 3 doors from Gay st 
Paimatory Allen, tailor, 118 Green st 
Palmer, James, labourer, Pierce e of Pine st 
Palmer Edward, com mt. 4 Bowley's whf. dw 114 Hanover st 
Palmer Isaac, cordwainer, 11 Potter st 
Palmer Mills, carpenter, 8 Fountain row Spring st 
Palmer T. &. Co. looking glass &, fancy hard ware stor^, 108 Bait 
Palmer Thomas, of above firm, d\\ Fayette near Calvert st [st 
Palmer John A tobacconis-t, cor Gay and Front sts 
Paner Valentine, tailor, 75 e Fleet st 
Pappler Jacob, jmrk mt. e Bait st H. Hill 
tParis Ann, Happy al s of Alice Anna st 
Parish Wm. butcher, Biddle st s of Penn av 
Parish J. wheelwright, Pratteof Green dw Columbia e of Coto 
Park Michael, segar maker, Biddle al s of Ross st 
Parker Clement, labourer. Harmony lane e of Poppleton st 
Parker O. and N. stove manu. and iron store, Calvert st 
Parker Oliver, of'above firm, dw 77 e Water st 
Parker Nathan, dw Fayette st opposite Post office 
Parker John, wheelwrigljt, Park lane e of Run al 
Parker Stephen, labourei*, Chatsworth w of Biddle st 
Parker Wm. liibourer, Park st s of Richmond 
Parker M. A. temperance grocer, cor Barre and Hanover sts 
Parker Rachel. Hanjpstead .^t e of Mulberry al 
Parker Jonathan, ale house, 5 Centre Market space 
Parker Jolm, labourer, Fleet near Caroline st 
Parker Jolin, grocer, s e cor Wilk and F'.den st3 
^Parker J. labourer, Welcome al w of Hanover st 
tParker Isaac, labourer. Sterling near Monument st 
Parkinson Robert, livery stable. High near Gay dw next door 
Parkinson, James, tailor. Potter s of Hillen st 
Parks Sarnh, grocer, cor Hampstead lane and Caroline st 
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Parks Mary, widow, cor Exeter st and Necessity al 

Parks and Stansbury, wholesale mts. 10 Light si wharf 

Parks Thomas H. of above firm, dw Water st e of Exeter 

Parks and Hagerty, drug«isls, 9 1-2 Pratt st 

Parks Alexander, dw Mulberry near Calvert st 

Parks Benjamin, blacksmith, Bond s of Shakspeare st 

Parks Elizabeth, P2den st n of VVilk 

Parks Abraham, s e cor Pratt and Spring s»s 

Parks Archibald, wood inspector, Eden n of Bank st 

tParks Dina, washer Union st s of Ross 

Parlett John, labourer, 10 Jackson's court 

Parlett Elizabeth, sempstress, Ball e of Pine st 

Parlef Wm tinner, York st bet Light and Charles sts 

Parol David, grocer, s w cor High and Bait sts 

Parr Margaret & Co. stone & earthen ware store, 49 South At 

pottery, Eden n of Pitt st 
Parr David, of above firm, dw Pitt w of Eden st 
Parr mrs Lticinda, Star al near Gough st 
Parr miss Elizabeth, milliner, High n of Water st 
Parr miss Ann, milliner, 55 Harrison st 
Parrish Capt. Lewis, Exeter n of Wilk st 
Parriway Absalom, brick maker. Hill w of Sharp st 
Parrott James Jr. tailor, Canal st near Short al 
Parrolt Capt. Benjamin, 2-3 Alice Anna st 
Parrott Eliza, Ann st s of Lancaster 
Parrott James, senr. tailor, Canal st near Short al 
Parsons mrs Esther, 6 Lancaster st 
Parsons Thomas, carpenter, High st 2 doors from Hiilen 
Parsons Samoel, carpenter, cor Canal and Jefferson sts 
Parsons T. boot and shoe maker, 8 Perrv st 
Parsons Tnomas, boot and shoe manu. Pratt w of Eatav¥ tt 
Parsons John, clerk, cor Green and Lombard sts 
Parsons Jonathan, mahogany sawyer, 101 s Paca st 
Parsons Joseph, 136 s Paca st 
Parsons John, engine finisher, 16 York st 
Parsons Joseph, grocer, York bet Light and Charles sti 
Partridge John, clerk, Lexington e of Pine st 
Partridge Susan, widow. Bait e of East st 
Partridge Daubner, cor Bank st and Happy al 
Pascall Capt. Peter, mariner, Orleans e of Spring st 

Pascall B , carpenter, cor Eden st and Union ai 

Passaway James, waterman. Potter st s of Douglass 
Passel Rose, Green st n of Mulberry 
Pasterfifeld Caleb, cordwainer, Comet st w of Aisquith 
tPastor Elich, labourer. Pierce st w ol Pearl 
Patapsco Fire aparaius, cor Fayette and North sts 
tPatler Vachel, sawyer, cor Monument and Forest sts 
Patten George, cabinet maker, Saratoga w of Chalsworlh 
Patten Wm. dw Charles st n of Lee 
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Passano Joseph, fancy slore, 42 Centre Market sp dw 86 Bait 

Pasters Francis, dry goods ml., 31 n Howard st 

Pate Wm. pilot, Washington st n of Ahce Anna 

Patrick Lorenzo D. tailor, Molt near Ga> si 

Patterson John, rigger, Argyle al n of Lancaster st 

Patterson Joseph, 10 Ahce Anna st 

Patterson John H. apothecary, s e cor Ecien and Bait sts 

Patterson miss B. K. Barnet w of Charles st 

Patterson and Foster, int. tailors, 2 n Charles st 

Patterson John, mt tailor, 22 South st 

Patterson W. A. ati'y at law, Fayette e of Charles, dw York st 

Patterson Joseph, grocer, cor Light and Montgomery sts 

Potterson John, paper hanger, Holliday n ot Saratoga st 

Patterson James, cordwainer, cor Canal and JelTerson st 

Patterson George, labourer, Franklin w of Chatsworthst 

Patterson Wm. carpenter, corner Cove and Fayette sts dw 

Lexington e of Cove 
Patterson James, weaver, Pierce w of Chatsvvorth st 
Patterson Mary, sempstress, Vine e of Pine st . 
Patterson Catherine, sempstress, Vine e of Pine st 
Patterson Henry, grocer, Penn av s of Biddle st 
Patterson John, carpenter, 5 Ross st 
Patterson mrs Cecilia, 83 Conway st 
Patterson Wm, sailor, 175 Hanover st 
Patterson Wm. cooper, Charles n of Lee st 
Patterson mrs., Barre e of Hanover st 
Patterson Wm. cooper, Charles st s of Paca 
Patterson James C. city collector, n Exeter near Bait sts 
Patterson Wm. P. brick maker, Bait e of Caroline sts 
Patterson Prudence, widow, Caroline n of Bait st 
Patterson J. W. and E. iron store, cor Pratt and Commerce sts 
Patterson J. W. of above firm, dw South near Bali st 
Patterson E., of above firm, dw s Gay near Bait st 
Patterson Joseph, hardware store, Pratt st whf dw 16 South st 
Patterson Nancy, widow, York bet Light and Charles sts 
Patterson Henry, 25 Second st 
Patterson Richard, Gough s of Granby st 
tPatterson Joshua, sawyer, Caroline n of Bank st 
Patton James, cabinet maker. Sharp s of Barnett st 
Paul James, tailor, Sav-atoga e of Eiitaw st 
Paul John, prop, of Museum, dw s Howard st [Low st 

Pawly James, china 8t glass store, 25 s Calvert dw FronI near 
Pawley James W. china s»ore 18 s Calvert st 
Pawson Wm S. com mt. 17 Smith's wharf 
Pawson Wm Exeter s of Granby st 
Paxton miss J. teacher, Vine st w of Cove 
Payson Henry, dw 12'i Hanover st 
JPayne John C. labourer, Caroline n of Orleans st 
Peabody, Riggs & Co., importers of dry goods, 191 Bait st 

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tPeach Samuel, labourer, Charles s of Montgomery st 

Peachaver Eleanor, 28 Park st 

Peachy T. G saddle harness and military store, 7 Light st 

Peacock Wm. ship carpenter, Block st near Wills 

Peacock Samuel,, cordwainer, Buren near Monument st 

Peacock Ingram E. umbrella maker, Pralt e of Howard st 

Peacock Ellen, weaver, Schrceder st s of Harmony lane 

Peal John, deputy keeper of Penitentiary dw York av 

Peale miss S. M. portrait painter, Fayette e of North st 

Peale mrs Martha, Pratt e of Spring st ■ 

tPeale James, sawyer, Strawberry al 1 door s of Alice Anna st 

tPear Daniel, hostler, Caroline s of Pratt st 

Pearce Charles R., firm of Brickhead and Pearce, dw n e cor 

Lexington and Charles sts 
Pearce Wm. fisherman, 9 Falls av 
Pearce Thomas, dw 71 s High st 
Pearce Wm. stone cutter, Albemarle 3 of Fawn st 
Pearce Thomas, watchman at Penitentiary dw Harford av 
Pearce David, grocer, corner of Gay and Frederick sts 
Pearce R. boot and shoe maker, A r mislead lane e of Light st 
Pearce Julius, wheelwright, 40 n Front st 

Pearman , Alice Anna vv of Bond st 

Pearson ^lary Ann, Caroline n of Pratt st 
Pearson & Sons, fur dealers, 260 w Ball st 
Pearson Thomas, Gardener e of Franklin above Core 5t 
Peas Christopher, oak cooper, Wagon al w of Howard st 
tPeas Milly, washer, Saratoga e of Pearl st 
PeastT^r John, labourer, Saratoga w of Chatsworth st 
Peaster C. J. tailor, corner of Saratoga and Chatsworth sts 
Peck Henry, boot and shoe maker, 1 1 Pratt e of Charles st 
Peck Henry, painter and glazier, Caroline s of Wilk st 
Pack John, M. Paca n of Mulberry st 
Peck John, carpenter, Pitt st e of Strawberry al 
tPeck Michael, labourer, Charles n of Hill 
tPeck Kitty, carpet weaver, Barre e of Howard st 
tPeck Nathaniel, wall colorer, cor Bath and North sts 
tPeck Broddy, Strawberry al s of Fleet st 
fPeck Levin, cook shop, 29 Light st wharf 
tPeck Thomas, mariner. Gallows hill 
j:Peck Severn, labourer, Barre vv of Charles st 
jPeacker Philipine. corner of Falls av and Wilk st 
Peddicord Joseph, carpenter, Gay near Potter st 
Peddicord Solomon, Cordwainer, Freeman st n of Lexington 
Peirce Wm. H. cordwainer, Eden s of Orleans st 
Peirce Manuel, cust. house boatman, 18 Maiden lane 
Peirce Israel, corner, Franklin and St. Paul els 
Peirce Obed. machinist, 165i High st 

Peirce Thos. com mt. lOl^Bowley's wf. dw cor High & Granby 
Peirpoint John, cordwainer, Run al n of Lexington $t 
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Peirpoint Mary A. Charles st s of Hehrietla 

Peirson Wm. dry goods nit. Harrison n of Baltimore st 

Peirson Thomas, tanner, 73 Ensor wear Potter st 

Pemalty Richard, labourer, West st extended 

Peniervvell Wm machinist, York av near Monument st 

Perulergrass Wm. huckster, French near liath st 

Pendleton mrs. hoarding house, 257 Ball st a 

Penn Jacob, hrickmaker, Light st extended 

Penn Marv, Uam st w of Emory 

Penn Jacob W., constable, corner of Fine and Fayette its 

Penn Elizabeth, Saratoga e of Paca st 

Fenniman Augustus, clerk, Frederick near Bait st 

Pennimari Thos. & Co. com rnts. 77 Bowley's wharf 

Penniman John, 17 Green st 

Pennington Hyland B. senr. store 71 Bait street dw corner of 

Albemarle and Granby sts 
Pennington Hyland B. jr. dw Sharp s of Lee st 
Pennington miss Elizabeth, 166 Aisquithst 
Pennington James, chair maker, 7 Bank lane 
Pennington John, piano tuner, 18 Hollinsst 
Penrose Charle-, whip and cane maker, 222 Baltimore st 
Pentz John J. butcher, Pitt e of Eden st 
Pentz Daniel, butcher, Pitt e of Eden st 
Pentz Henry, butcher, Pitt w of Spring st 
Pentz P. Henry, butcher, Pitt e of Eden st 
Pentz Catherme, sempstress, 20 Hollins st 
Pentz Joseph, butcher, Pitt e of Eden st 
fPepper Peter, Salisbury w of Canal st 
Pepple John, Saratoga w of Cove st 
Perduzi Catherine, Orleans e of Aisqnith st 
Peregoy Caleb, carpenter, Saratoga w of Chatsworth st 
Peregoy N. and C. carpenters, 45 Lexington si 
Peregoy Nicholas, carpenter, Mulberry e of Paca st 
Peregoy Robert, baker, 73 Harrison st 
Peregoy James, carpenter, Orleans e of Eden st 
Peregoy Joseph, labourer, corner of Eden and Silver sts 
Perenizer, mrs , weaver, Baltimore st extended 
Perigo Nathan, carpenter, Harford avenue 
Perigoy James, brick maker, Fayette w of Pine st [Pine st 
Perigoy Joseph, cooper, Franklin e of Green dw George e of 
Perin John, baker, Second near Church 
Perine Maulden, pottery, corner of Pine and Lexington sts dw 

Lexington w of Pine st [of North st 

Perine David M. register of wills, courthouse, dw Lexington n 
Perkins Hector, broom maker, East st 4 doors from Halfmoon al 
Perkins Dr. Elisha, druggist, s w cor, Franklin and Green sts 
Perkins Dr. Joseph F. cor Franklin and Green sts 
Perrigo Daniel, ship joiner, Wilk st 1 door w of Argylt al 
P«rrigo Joseph, constable, 86 Market st 
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Perry Samuel, l)rickiay(;r, Charles st s of Henrietta 6t 

Perry Robert, Canal s of Gouiili st 

Perry Harrnan, High w ol Water st 

Perry mrs iMary Ann, l)oar(lmg house. Harrison st near Gay 

Perry P()pleton, «2;rocer, 24 Hirri.son st 

Perry .1. clerk, Holland st extended 

Perry VVm. clerk, Thompson w ofAisquith st 

Perry Jeremiah, tailor, Pratt st w of Harford run 

tPerry Major, labourer, Strawberry al s ofWilkst 

tPerry Valentine, lal)nur(!r, 60 Strawberry alley 

fPerry Charles, boot black, I Hanover st 

Peter Frontier, sawyer, Wa^on al w ofLiberfy st 

Peter Christopher, clothins; t^iore, 56 Pralt st 

Peterkin George W. com ^nt. 48 s Gay dw Pralt e of Exeter ft 

Peters 'I'hos. cor Aibfimarle and Graij[)y sis 

Peters Georo;e A. iirocpr, s e cor Bond and Alice Anna sti 

Peters VVm. baker, Block st near Drawbridge 

Peters miss Maria, cor Albemarle and Granby sts 

Peters Henry, l)ricklayer, cor Kranklin and Courtland sts 

Peters Joim. carpenter, shop, bet Green & Paca sts dw Centre 

eol Si. Paul st 
Pelers Sus-^e. T. stock and Exchanire broker &c. n w cor Bait 

and North sis dw Pearl near Saratoga st 
Peters Edward J. jnstire o' the peace, office High near Gay dir 

corner Albemarle and Granby sts 
Peters Hf-nry, G< erne st e of Pme 
Peteis Georiie I 16 n Howard st 
Peters Jolin C. pamtor, '-21 JNIulberry st 
Peters Richard, tavern, cor. Low and Aisquith stS 
Peters George, 73 n Kxeier st 
Peters l'>li'/, ib^ih. widow, 107 Aisquith st 
Peters C. G. Si. Son. nu tailors, 8 South st 
tPeters Polly, Lerew's al s Mulberry st 
1 Peters Rbe, Strawherry al n (ifGough st 
tPeters John, fisher, Long lane n of Orleans st 
Peterson John, seaman, Argvie al s of Alice Anna st 
Peterson .1. jr. tobacconist. Bond s of Lancaster st 
Peterson (^apt. Erasiruis, 109 Bond st 
Peterson IVlartiti, ri^gpr, 77 Bond st 
Pererson Mr. dw Market si extended 
JPeterson I*'!ijah, labf)urer, happy al n of Gough st 
tPeierson H« iiry 8 Market st f p 
Pelherbridiie J.* C. demist and bleeder, 13 e Bait si 
Pethorbridge. VVm. M. '25 Centre Market space 
Petri J T prof, of nujsic. Franklin 4 doors above Charles st 
Petlicorfl J.»hn, hatter. '11 llollaiid st 

Peitit O'^adiah. bor.k seller and stationer, cor Gay and Exeter 
Peilil Rlizabeth, l04 Eulaw st 

Petus James, iron founder, York bet Light and Charles sta 
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Pew David, overseer of gas house, dw North near Saratoga at 
Plaster Bartholomew, tailor, Lancaster st e of Strawberry al 
Pfeil John, confectioner, 70 n Howard st 
Pfeil Conrad, cordvvainer, Mulberry e of Cove st 
Pfeil Peter, tailor, ilolliday n of Saratoga st 
Pfil Daniel, tailor, Penn av n of Union st 
Phafil P. A. musician, Harrison st near Etna lane 
Phelan & Bogue, tobacconists, 10 Pratt st 
Phelps Gardner, cordwainer, Mulberry w of Pine st 
Phelps mrs , huckster, Bait e'of Cove st 
JPhelps Thomas, fisherman, Potter e of Low st 
Phenix Thos. cashier of Western bank, cor Eutaw and Bait sti 
Phiefer Philip, tailor, Paca st s of Lexington 
Phillip Louis, ship carpenter, Wolf n of Fleet st 
Phillipp John, baker, Light near Hill st 
Phillips Capt. Isaac, n Frederick st 
Phillips Wm. waterman, Alice Anna, 1 door w of Ann st 
Phillips Lydia, 26 Ann st 

Phillips Wm. B. ship joiner, Pinkney e of Market st 
Phillips Capt. James, 43 Albemarle st 
Phillips Capt. Wm. s w cor High and Granby sts 
Phillips Richard, letterer and gilder, 29 New Church st 
Phillips S. H. brickmaker, Sharp st s of Lee 
Phillips Thomas, hardware store, n Gay near Engine houfe 
Phillips Wm. grocer, cor Monument and Sterling st 
Phillips Wm. M. cabmet maker, 23 Sterling st 
Phillips Isaac, soap factory, 17 Pearl st dw 14 s Calvert st 
Phillips James, plaisterer, 7 Long lane 
Phillips Isaac, carter, Chesnut al e of Pine st 
Phillips Wm. blacksmith, Orleans near Caroline st 
Phillips Wm. grocer, 36 n Howard st 
Phillips Wm. dw Marion st w of Howard 
Phillips Wm. cabinet maker, corner Monument & Sterling sts 
Phillips Elizabeth, widow, cor Armistead lane and Light st 
fPhillips Lewis, carter, Exeter near French st 
tPhillips James, carter, Spring st s of Bait 
iPhillips Wm. labourer, Bounty lane bet Caroline & Spring sts 
tPhillips Perry, Caroline n of Pratt st 
tPhillips Bristol, stevedore, Caroline s of Wilk st 
jphillips Levin, carter, Wolf 1 door from Fleet st 
tPhillips Charles, carter. Long lane n of Hollins st 
tPhipps Ann, semp&tress, New st e of Paca 
Phoenix Shot tower, cor Pitt and Front sts 
Pieaker John, Lancaster w of Market st 
Pierce Stephen A. hat manu. 16 Centre Market space 
Pierce Thomas, cordwainer, Sarah Ann e of Cove st 
Pierce mrs Ann, 18 Fayette st 
Pierce George K. tailor, 7 Lexington st 
tPierce Richard, huckster, Cove s of Pierce it 
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Pickett Mary, sempstress, BidtJIe al s of Ross st 

Pickett Mary, sempstress. Union s ol Ross st 

Pickering Samuel S. Exeter s of Gran by st 

Pierson Noah, iron founder, Hill e of Williams st 

Piersoin Capt E , Pratt st 3 doors e of Exeter 

Pifer Betsy, German e of Sharp st 

Pigeon J«)hn, primer, Caroline s of Bait st 

Pike Abraiiam, 28 Liberty st 

Pike H. & Ward, hardware mts, 21 s Calvert st 

Pilkington Serena, sempstress, Low bet Hii^h and Exeter 8t» 

Piling Peter, shoemaker, Eden n of Wdk st 

Pir.dell John, constable, Eden s of Orleans st 

Pindle mrs Jane, 151 Bond st 

Pindle Tliomas, Caroline row Caroline st 

Pindle Lewis, t^exton, of Metl). church, dw n Gay near Motl tt 

Pindle A — — , trunk maker, Aisquith s of Low st 

Pindle A. and Q. trunk makers, cor Hij^h arm Low sta 

Pindle M;iry, washer. Potter s of Douglass st 
f Pines Charles, labourer, Rock si n ol Lexington 

tPiney Samuel, sawyer, Barre e of Howard st 

fPinion , dravrnan, Perry w of Howard st 

Pinkney Wm. dw 4 Waterloo row 

Pinkney tnrs Ann, 5 Waterloo row 

Pinkney Jon ithan, cashier, of Chesapeake bank, dw Pleasant 

w of St. Paul st 
tPinkney Charles, drayman, Chesnut a! w of Chatsworth si 
JPinkney Heury, waiter, L, Sharp st s oJ Lexington 
Piper James, Hanover s of Baltimore street 
Piper David, 105 s Eutaw st 

Piper Philip, bacon store. Bait w of Paca st dw 27 Pearl st 
Pipes Perry, labourer, Salisburv st w of Canal 
JPipes Jacob, tf)bacconist, Hall'moon al near East st 
Pitlman mrs Martha, band box maker, Comerce n of Pratt st 
Pittman E & Co , dry goods mts., 191 Bait st 
Pittman Edward, mt , dw Green st opp. Medical College 
Pitts Charles H. attorney at law, office 14 Fayette st 
Pitts Thomas, hatter, Hillen near Front st [of High st 

Placide Matthew, carpenter, North st s of Saratoga dw Ball e 
Placide Henry, oak cooper, Buchanan's wharf a of Pratl at 
Plackenberry Anna, 70 n High st 
Piaskitt Fite & Co, booksellers St stationprs,2l8 w Baltimore st 

book bindery, McClellan's al s of Fayette st 
Piaskitt John of above firm, dw cor Park and Monument sts 
Plater Chrisiian. foundryman. Federal hill near Telegraph 
Pleasants John P. and Sons, mts , 70 Bowley's wharf 
Pleasants Wm. A. dw. n Calvert near Saratoga st 
Plitt and Handolph, grocers, Lexington e of Green st 
Plitt Wm. confectioner. Mulberry w of Hr)ward st 
Plill George, baker, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
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Piilt Lewis, grocer, cor Run al and Fayette si 

Plowman James, carpenter, Cross near Williams st 

Plowman Richard, labourer, Cross near Williams st 

Plowman and Reilly, wholesale confectioners, 25 n Howard st 

Plumber, Edward, lime & feed store, cor Monument &c Aisquith 

Plume Myer, Fleet st 1 door w of Apple al 

Plummer John, block and pump maker, Spring st s of Bank 

Plummer Samuel, coac'.i trimmer, Bus} al w of Charles si 

Plummer Nolly, huckster, Neighbor's st near Harford av 

Plummer Samuel, drayman, Sharp n of Hill st 

Plummer and Wilson, imp. of hardware, ci>r Eutaw & Bait sts 

Plummer Richard, of above firm, dw Lexiiititon e of Pine st 

Plummer George, weaver, Miilliken e of Spring st 

Plyman John, barber, Camden st w of Hanover 

Pochon Charles F. clerk, 11 s Eutaw st 

Pocock Thomas, market man, Harford avenue 

Poe Nelson, publisher Balto. Chronicle, ()6 Liberty st 

Pogue Elizabeth, 26 German st 

Polack M. S. drug and medicine store, 13 Fell st s of Thames 

Polk David, weaver, Aisquith st n of Low 

Pollard Seth, painter, Granby st e of High 

Pollitt John E. car[)enier, Exeter st 2 doors n of Fawn 

Policy Thomas, tavern, Light st near Balderston 

Pollock Henry, grocer, Lexington st extended 

Polly Richard, drayman, Charles st s of Busy alley 

Pontier f^. E clerk, Frederick st near Gay 

Pool John, grocer, n w cor Eutaw and New sts 

Poole John, labourer. Mulberry st e of Chat^worlh 

Poole James, carpenter, Barre st e ot Howard 

Poole James, Holland st w of Eden 

Poole James, carpenter. Sharp st s of Welcome alley 

Poole Rezin, cooper, Bu^y alley w of Charles st 

Poor mrs Mary, cor Albemarle and Stiles sts 

Poor John H. auctioneer, North near Lexington 

Poor &. Keyser importers hardware, 208 Baltimore st 

Pope Jacob, basket maker, cor Sharp and New Church sts 

Pope D. S. & Needles, painters in general, 47 South st 

Pope D. S. of above firm, dw 47 South st 

Pope Daniel, painter in general. 111 Pratt st 

Pope George, bnishmaker, cor Liberty st and Wagon alley 

Pope James, stone cutter, Pratt st w of Penn 

Pope Folger, painter, 32 s Calvert st 

fPope Maria, washer, Suirar al w of Li^ht st 

iPope Mr)Sfs, labourer. Sugar al w of Light st 

jPope Sophia, Hill st near Charles 

Popplein & Brothers, dry goods merchants, 13 n Howard si 

Popplein C. & N. wholesale druggists, Liberty st n of Balto. 

Popplein , merchant, dw Conway st e of Sharp 

Popplein Thomas, Salisbury st 1 door e of Exeter 
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Director for 1837. POW 

Porter Au};usius, Orleans st e of Caroline 

Porter Francis A. clerk, 8 Bank lane 

Porter miss Eliza, Bond st n ol Baltimore 

Porter Jane, widow, 44 South st 

Porter Mary Ann, Mulberry st e of Paca 

Porter VVm. bricklayer, Pierce st e ot Chatsworth 

Porter Mary, boarding house, 20 Ann st 

Porter Thomas, riguer, 90 Market st 

Porter mrs Susan, Carohne row Caroline st 

Porter Koberi, firm ol Buck & Porter, Pratt st vv of Gough 

Porter Robert L. coaclmuiker, Charles st s of Henrietta 

Porter Hu^ih, tavern, cor Forest and Ensor sis 

Porter mrs Elizabeili, n Gay st near Forest 

Porter mrs Sarah, East st s of French 

tPorter Lemuel, sawyer, Happy al ? of Fleet st 

Posnankie Jos. clolhinj; store, 57 Lombard st 

Posey Nalliaiuel, tavern, cor Franklin and Cove sts 

Posey Rebecca, washer, Ciiamberlain alley s side 

Post J. W. academist and drau^hlsman, 18 Potter st 

Post Office, n e cor Fayette and North sts J. S. Skinner, P. M, 

Post Office stable, North st near Lexington 

Postley Thomas, siove dealer, cor Calvert and Water sts 

Potter Dr. Isaac, Lexington st w of St Paul's 

Potter Sarali, cor Cunway and Green sis 

Potter Elijah, ship carpenter, Hill st w of Charles 

Poller mrs Elizabeth, French st near Monument 

Potter I'homas, ciiy watchman, Canal st near Jefferson 

Potter Moses, wholesale queensware merchant, cor Charles and 

Lomliard sis dw cor Park and PVanklin 
Potter John, jr. tin plate worker, 30 s Calvert st 
tPotler John, steam boat hand, 13 Potter st 
Pottenger Thomas B. justice of the peace, n vv cor St Paui'i 

and Fa} etie sts dw 107 Hanover st 
Potts Robt. woolspinner. opp Lexington st e of Rock 
Potzual John, shoemaker, Thames st 2 doors from Market 
Pouder VVm. P dry goods merchant, 61 n Howard st 
Pouder lifoiiard, accountant, 23 n Exeter st 
Pouslon Alexander, merchant, Fayette steof Cove 
Poultney Elizabeth & Co. dry goods store. 45 Pratt e of Sharp 
Powell Heiirv, block aid pump maker, McElderry's wharf, dw 

Ai!-quith s ot Orleans st 
Powell Isiac, wheelwright, dw Constitution near French st 
Powell miss A. young ladies school, Pine n of Franklin st 
tPowell Joseph, waterman. Bond s of Alice Anna st 
tPovvell Charles, labourer, Park lane w of Pearl st 
tPowell B(Mijamin, shoe maker, Potter s of Douglass st 
Power MichI principal Asbury college,dw Franklin e of St Paul 
Power Jas. and John, mts., 12 Franklin st dw n Howard 
Powers Win. 11. coach maker, Saratoga w of Eutaw st 

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Powers Joshua, labourer, Hill w of Sharp st 

Powers Henry, shoemaker, Franklin w ot Cove 

Powers James, flour mt. corner Howard and Franklin sts 

Powers Solomoti, tirocer, cor Penn and Pratt st 

Powers John N. L^xeter near Bait st 

tPowers James, barber, Forest near Gay st 

Powhattan manu. Co. warehouse, German bet Hanover and 

Sharp sts Samuel Harden president 
Powles HcMiry, cabinet maker, n w cor Howard and Saratoga 
Pralle D. turner 58 Harrison st 
Pratt and Keith, com mis 29 and 30 s Charles st 
Pratt Enoch, of above firm, city hoiel 
Pratt Joseph engineer, Forest st w of Harford Run 
{"Pratt Freeman, Biddle st w of Ross 
jPratt Wm. seaman, Union al e of Eden st 
JPratt Samuel, labourer, Short al w of Canal st 
Prentice John H. teacher, York avenue 
Prentice Sumner, ship chandler and grocer, 17 Spear's wharf 

dw Exeter necr Baltimore st 
Prentice Alexander, tailor, 43 Pearl st 
Prentiss Ann, Ann st n of Fleet 
Presbyterian Churches, see page 18 

Prestman George, clothing store, n w cor Bond and Fleet sti 
Preston Wm. P attorney at law, 19 Fayette st dw Hanover.il 

below Pratt 
Preston John, shoemaker, Fleet below Caroline st 
Preston mrs Lowry, Eutaw s of Saratoga st 
Preston Wm. blacksmith, Montgomery e of Light st 
tPreslon Peter, boarding house, Pleasant e of Park st 
JPreston lienry, cabinet maker, Mulberry w of Pearl it 
Pretlove mrs Sarah, milliner, 54 Baltimore st 
Prettyman Henry, tobacconist, Harrison n of Baltimore it 
JPrevace Abraham, carter, Charles st n of Montgomery 
Prevot A. tobacconist, 91 Eutaw st 
Price Sarah, 17 Fell st 

Price Walter, thip builder, Fell s of Thames st 
Price Hannah, 23 Alice Anna st 
Price Betsy, 120 Wilk st 

Price Frederick, shoemaker, Apple al near Alice Anna it 
Price Israel, tanner. Park n of Saratoga st 
Price John, Light near Henrietta st 
Price mrs., milliner. Gay near Front st 
Price Isaiah B. grocer, corner Hillen and Forest sts 
Price Wm. sportsman, York av near Monument st 
Price Rice, coach maker, Williams near Cross st 
Price Asavoy, dw Sharp s of Wayne st 
Price Augustus M &> Co. confectioners, 189 Baltitnore It dw 

15 Lexington street 
Price widow, Hanover s of Lombard st 

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Director for 1837. PUE 

Price H., dry goods merchant, 69i n Howard st 

Price John H., blacking manufacturer, Paca st s of Camden 

Price Benjamin, merchant tailor, 60 n Howard st 

Price , surveyor, Madison st e of Howard 

Price John, carpenter, Hampstead st e of Strawberry al 
Price Margaret, Granby st opposite Gough 
tPrice John, laborer, Sharp st s of Hill 
tPrice Levi, shoemaker. Potter st e of Low 
tPrice Thomas, whitewasher, 17 M'Clellan's st 

JPfice , blacksmith, Exeter st n of Hillen 

tPrice Romeo, waiter, Hamilton st e of Charles 
Price Catherine, market woman, Temple st s of Pitt 
Pridgeon John, Chamberlain al s side 
tPrient Thomas, laborer, Sterling st near Madison 
Prigle Jacob, harness maker, York Avenue 
Priie Conrard, laborer, 7 Thames st 
Primrose William, cedar cooper, n Gay st near Forrest 
Primrose William, carpenter, Pine st n of Chestnut al 
Prince Caspar, hatter, 5 Thames st e of Market 
Prince Capt. John, 157 e Pratt st 
Prince Lemuel, carpenter, Gay st near High 
Prince John, cordwainer, L. alley near Frederick st 
Prince William, grocer, cor Pitt st and Strawberry al 
PringleMrs. Lucy, 80 n Charles st 
Prior Joseph B , cooper, Saratoga st e of Eutaw 
Pritchard Levin, cabinet maker, East st n of Pitt 
Pritchard Mary Ann, widow, Hollins st w of Eden 
Proctor Wm., hardware merchant, 4 Pratt st dw 73 s High st 
Proctor Margaret, widow, Forrest st n of Douglass 
tProctor Charles, porter, Forrest st s of Orleans 
Prosper Eliza, George st e of Pine [berry 

Proud John G., manager of Pent'y- dw Courtland st s of Mui- 
Proud John G. attorney at law, office 18 St. Paul's st 
Proudfoot Alexander, agent, Carpenter's al e of Eutaw at 
Prout W. B., boot and shoemaker, 113 Camden st 
JProul Sarah, washer. Busy al e of Sharp st 
fProut Ellen, washer, German st e of Cove 
jProut Israel, laborer, cor Columbia and Howard st 
tProut William, sawyer, Busy al e of Sharp st 
Pruits Frederick, shoemaker, Orleans st e of Aisquith 
Pryor Edward, collector, 97 n Front st 
Pryor John, engineer, 5 Gould's court near Montgomery st 
Pryor Edward, carpenter, Front st near Hillen 
Pryor George W. coach manufactory, Frederick 8t near Balti- 
more dw same 
Public Schools, see page 85 
Public Store, 43 s Gay st 
Pue Joseph, labourer, Lancaster st e of Market 
Pue Miss Margaret, Charles st n of Saratoga 



QUI MatchelVs Baltimore 

Pue Dr. Arinur, 30 Hanover st 

Pullen Randall, sea captain, e Baltimore st e of Caroline 

Pulley Diana, washer, above Howard st betvv Green and Conway 

Pulley Capt. James, n w cor Wilk and WoUsts 

tPulley Sarah, Spring st n 'of Gou^h 

tPulley Edward, drayman, East st sof Douglass 

JPurceU James, labourer, Columbia st near Cove 

-Purcell James, grocer, Frederick st s of Water 

Purdie Elizabetli, dress maker, s Calvert st 2d door from Mercer 

Purdy John, commission merchant, 58 s Frederick st. dw cor of 

e Pratt and Albemarle sts 
Perkins miss Charlotte, Academy, Frederick st near Gay 
Purnell Charles B. draper and tailor, 60 Pratt st 
fPurnell Shepen, barber, n Gay st near Front, dw nearly opp 
Purner George, labourer, Harford avenue 
Purter Charles, victualler, Columbia st w of Emory 
Purviance Hon. John, associate judge Baltimore County Court. 

dw s Gay st betvv Baltimore and Second 
Purviance Samuel, office Fayette st w of Calvert 
Purviance Robt. attorney at law, office Frederick st betw Second 
Purviance Robert, Courtland st w of Pleasant [and Balto. 

ifPurviance Catherine, huckster, French lane 
IPurviance William, carter, East st near Hillen 
Perkuker George, blacksmith, Thames st e of Block 
Purvin Harmati, labourer, Market st n of Tiiames, i\ p.- 
Purvis James F. Harford av. near Missionary church 
tPye Rozetta, washer, Eager alley e side 

Q,UAIL George K. hat manufacturer, 16S Baltimore st. dw 4 
Quakers' Meeting house, see page 13 [New Church st 

Quay J. C. carpenter, 98 Pratt st 
Quay mrs Sarah, Eden st s of Pitt 
Quay James &. R. oak coopers, 8 Grant st. dw next door 
Quay Jno. M. boat builder, City Bli)ck, dw Philpot w of Thame* 
Quay Sarah , sempstress, Harford avenue 
Queen James, carpenter, Eauar alley n of Saratoga st 
Queen Edward, carter, St. Mary's st s of Ross 
tQueen Eliza, washer, Columbia st e of Howard 
:j:Queen Harriet, Frederick st near Second 
tQ,ueen Elias, labourer, Cross stnear William 
tQueen Stephen jr. labourer. Hill st e of Charles 
tQueen Stephen, huxter, Hill st near Charles 
tQueen Chrissy, washer, West st extended 
Quel John H. Shakspeare st vv of Market 
Quinlan Martha, Pacast s of Columbia 
Quinn Margaret, grocer, 244 n Howard st 
Quinn Matthew, hat and shoe store, 68 Pratt st 
Quinn Peter, shoe maker, cor Mercer and Grant sis 
Quinn John, labourer, 5 Mercer St 
Quinn William, drayman, Camden st w of Calhoun alley 
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Quinn Thomas, liquor store, s e cor Wilk and Spring sts 

Cluinn James, bank st Harford Run 

Quinn Hugh, labourer, Davis st 

Quinn James, labourer, Holliday st n of Bath 

Quinn Edward, labourer, Cross st near Johnson 

|Q,uinn Robert, stevadore, Apple alley near Lancaster st 

Quincy Capi. John D. Exeter st near Hillen 

tQuinton labourer, Long alley s of Newst 

tCtuinton Solomon, Busy alley e of Sharp st 
Quisick Edward, printer, 100 Bond st 

JU/ABB Stephen, hackman. Low st betw Potter and Forest 

Raborg Henrietta, grocer, Columbia st w of Cove 

Raborg Christopher, wholesale tin and copper warehouse, 12 

Pratt St. dw Pratt st near Eutaw 
Kaby Christopher, fisherman, Lancaster st w of Strawberry al. 
Rafield William W. tailor, cor Barre and Howard sts 
Ragen John, labourer. Constitution st near French 
Rail Road office, of the Balto. and Ohio, n e cor Calvert -and 
Fayete sts. ticket office n e cor Charles and Camden sts 
Rail Road Bait. & Susquehanna, depot cor North st and Eager 
Raine Ellen, tailoress, Caroline st n of Baltimore [alley 

Raines Capt. Lewis, Gough st w of Bond 
Rainbow Charles, Salisbury st e of Lloyd 
JRalph Benjamin, sawyer, Happy alley s of Fleet st 
tRaiph, Abraham, sawyer, Happy alleys of Fleet st 
Ramsay Isaac, 28 Fleet st 
Ramsay Joseph, ship smith, 11 Market st. f. p. 
Ramsay Mrs Ann, Alice Anna st e of Bond 
Ramsay mrs Ann, 8 Thames st 

Ramsay Jefferson, agent of Baltimore Chemical factory, Stiles st 
Ramsey Wm. brush manufactory, 17 n Howard st [w of Exeter 
Ramsay Alexander, carter. Low st n of Forest 
{."Ramsay Charles, labourer, Long lane n of Orleans 
Ramsay Elizabeth, Academy, Gay st near Fayette 
Randal John, carpenter, Spring st s of Pratt 
Randall William, rope maker, cor Bond and Pinkney sts 
Randall Charles, waterman, 51 Centre Market space*^ 
Randall Mrs Mary, Stillhouse st 

Randall Thomas W. tailor, Harford avenue near Madison st 
Randall mrs Nancy, York st w of Light 
Randall John K. and Co. merchants, 109 Smith's whf 
Randall John, clerk, Conway st e of Charles 
Randall mrs. huckster, Cove st betw Franklin and Pierce 
Randall Col. Beale, Franklin st e of Cove 
Randall Frecia, Eager alley e side 

Randall D. A. mead manufactory, 126 n Howard st. dwll6 How- 
Randall Elisha, clerk, 61 ront st [ard st 
Randall mrs Mary, boarding house, Columbia st extended 
Randolph Thomson, teacher, Wilk st near Ann, dw Fleet st near 
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Randolph Eliza, Bath st e of Davis 
Raner Solomon, mariner, Wayne st w of Howard 
tRaner William, mariner, Eutavv st s of Conway- 
Rankin Samuel, soap factory, York avenue 
Rankin Samuel, grocer, Potter st 2d door n of Gay 
Rankiji Robert, hatter. Potter st near Gay 
Raphael Gatchell, pedlar. Guess st near VVilliam 
Ranons John T. boat builder, City Block 

Ra'ick Jno. carpenter, cor Pratt and President sts. dw Gough st 
Rarick Frederick, ship joiner, Gough st w of Caroline 
Rasin J. M. &, Co. grocers and com. mts. 7 Light st wharf 
RatlitT VVilliam, clerk, 94 n High st 
Ratchell Mrs Elizabeth, Hampstead st e of Spring 
Rau & Smith, produce dealers, n e cor Paca and Franklin sts 

RauAnthony, grocer, n e cor Paca and Mulberry sts 
Ravigneaux Francis, ice cream manufacturer. Water st w of 

Centre Market space 
Rawlings mrs Ann, e Barre st e of Sharp 
Ray James, carpenter, Front st s of Gay 
Ray Alexander, importer of wines, &c. 42 s Charles st 
Ray George, oak cooper, cor Run lane & and Conway st 
Ray Wm. tailor, rear of Green st 

Ray Samuel, wine merchant, Charles st. dw Camden w of Sharp 
Rayhiser Thomas J. coach trimmer, Saratoga st e of Cove 

Raynolds , blacksmith, 74 s Howard st 

Rayno Modest, hatter, Frederick st near Gay 

Rea George, clerk, 105 s Paca st 

Rea John H. firm of Peter Wilson & Co. clothing store, dw 

Mercer st e of Light 
Read Robert, ship carpenter, 65 Alice Anna st 
Read Arthur, feed stere, French st near High 
Read George, bricklayer, French st near Ex'eter 
Read Wm. G. attorney at law, dw Mulberry st w of Cathedral 
Readal Matthias, labourer. Liberty alley near Madison st 
Ready mrs Bridget, Bishop's lane s of Stiles st 
Ready mrs. boarding house, 73 Green st # 

Ready Wm. M. carpenter, cor Centre and Charles sts. dw Madi- 
son st w of Howard 
Reams Josiah, carpenter, Pine st n of Chatsworth 
Reany William, 28 e Baltimore st 
Rearden Dr. office and dw. Gay st near Orange alley 
Reboo John, painter, n w cor Bond and Fleet sts 
Recruiting Rendezvous, for U. S. Army, 36 Light st 
Redburn Henry, labourer, Holliday st n of Bath 
Reddic Charles, waterman. Fleet st near Caroline 
Redding mrs. Pratt st hotel, 14 Pratt st 
Reddish Tnomas, shipwright, Wilk st w of Ann 
Redgrave Simuel H. livery stable, Ciiarles st near Pratt, dw 
Barre st near Charles 

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Redgrave John, carpenter, Green st s of Lombard 

Redgrave John, carpenter, 224 n Howard st 

Redgrave John B. carpenter, Columbia st w of Green 

Red men's Lodge, 29 Market st f. p. 

Recketts Ctiarles, ladies' boot and shoe maker, 69 n Exeter st 

Reece mrs Margaret, Alice Anna st w of Apple alley 

Reece Capt. Joshua, Pratt st w of Harford Run 

Reed Jacob, waterman, Strawberry alley s of Alice Anna st 

Reed Felix, carter. Elbow lane 

Reed Lucius, clerk, Charles st near Centre 

Reed Samuel, dry goods merchant, Centre Market space near 

Second st. dw 80 Harrison st 
Reed Ellen, Tyson alley 

Reed Lyman & Co. com. mts. and dealers in wool, 23 s Charles 
Reed Lyman, firm of Lyman Reed &, Co. dw 29 n Charles st 
Reed Alexander, dry goods store, Hillen st e of Front 
Reed Mary, shoe binder, L alley near Frederick st 
Reed John, cordwainer, Baltimore st extended 
Reed John, cooper, Park lane w of Schroeder st 
Reed Samuel, cooper, Park lane e of Poppleion st 
Reed Isabella, confectioner, cor Pearl and Mulberry sts 
Reed Oliver H. stone cutter, Pratt st v/ of Penn 
Reed Isaac, labourer, Holland st extended 
Reed William, weaver, Preston st s of Koss 
Reed John, locksmith, 109 Eutaw st 
Reed John, carpenter. Carpenter's alley e of Paca st 
Reed Seth, merchant, Hamilton st e of Cathedral 
Reed John, clerk. Monument st w of Canal 
Reed Rebecca, wool spiner, East st n of Douglass 
Reed William, 22 Aisquith st 
Reed Joseph, carpenter, Douglass st n of Aisquith 
tReed Josiiua, labourer, Elbow lane w of Green st 
tReed Thomas, labourer, Hill st w of Sharp 
JReed George, bricklayer, Montgomery st extended 
iReed Henry, labourer, Exeter st near Hillen 
tfleed Caroline, washer, French st near Exeter 
|Reed James, labourer, Montgomery st extended 
jReed Felix, labourer, Apple alley s of Fleet st 
Reader Charles, steam engine builder. Federal Hill near ghiss 

house, dw Light st betw Sugar alley and Henrietta sts 
Reeder Amos, steam engine builder. Light st near Henrietta 
Reeder William, tobacco inspector, HolUday st opp. Cit^^'Hall 
Reekera iohn J. professor of Mathematics, Water st near Fred - 
R'jese Jacab, pilot, 72 M irket st. f p. [crick st 

Reese mrs Jane, n w cor Gough and Caroline sts 
Reese David, basket maker, Pratt st e of Spring 
Reese Henry, butcher, cor Lerew's alley and Madison st 
Reese John, grocer, 62 n Howard st. dwPenn. avenue e of Bid(il« 
Reese E. Y. academy, n e cor Paca and Mulberry 
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REM Matchett's Baltimore 

Reese Samuel, clerk. Eager alley w side 

Reese John E. teller in Farmers' and Planters' Bank, cor German 

Reese Daniel, brickmaker, 92 s Paca si [and Green sts 

Reese George, bi ickmaker, Green st n of Paca 

Reese Andrew, upholsterer, 61 Conway st 

Reese Henry, butcher, Mulliken, st e oi' Caroline 

Reese Rev. Danl. E. teacher, n Exeter st near Market, d\v 34 n 

Reese Thomas L. grocer, cor Honover and Pratt sts [Exeter 

Reese J. L. brickmaker, dw cor Sharp and Lee sts 

Reese William, brickmaker, dw Sharp st n of Lee 

Reever Robert H. shoe maker, 75 Piit st 

Reeves Abigail, 29 Ann st 

Reeves Joseph F. watch maker and jeweller, 46 Baltimore st. 

dw Pratt st nearHarford Run 
Reeves John A. tanner and currier, Saratoga st extended 
Reeves James, painter, Orleans st e of Caroline 
Reformed Presbyterian Church, see page 18 
Rehine Talma, dw Holliday st near City Hall 
Reibling Henry, Shakspeare st w of Market 
Reidier Elias, labourer, Tyson alley near Howard st 
Reifsnider Wm. hatter, 57 Saratoga st 

Reighn Frederick, victualler, Penn. azenue n of Greenwillow st 
Reiiiy Thomas, stone mason, Baltimore st e of Pine 
Reilly Patrick, labourer, Tyson alley e of Falls road 
Reiiiy M. O. and Co. grocers, cor Eden and Mulliken sts. dw 
Reilly Charles, 4 Commerce st [same 

Reiiiy James, tavern, 50 Water st 
Reilly James, labourer, Davis st near Bath 
Reilly George, grocer, n w cor Water and Frederick sts 
Reilly Bernard, proprietor of hacks, Water st near Frederick 
Reilly Patrick, Exchange tavern. Water betw Gay and Frederick 
' tReilly Harritt, L alley near Frederick st 
Reinhardt Charles, surgical instrument maker, 24 Lombard st 
Reinhardt C;iarles, carpenter. Park st n of Saratoga 
Reineman Harriet, cor Biltimore and North sts 
Reinicker Ann M. Sharp st s of German 
Reinicker George, s w cor Baliin;ore and Liberty Sts 
Reinwald Wi,liam,26 s Howard st 
Reinwick Robert, cabinet maker, Hill st near Light 
Reip Alfred H. tinner, 2-67 Baltimore st dw Mulberry e of Paca 
Reip Henry, tinner, 8 Paca st 
Reipart George, Federal Hill near Glass house 
Reisinger Henry, harness maker, 62 Franklin st. dw 60 Howard 
Reisinger George, cordvvainer, Biddle st w of Ross 
JReister Susan, cook, Painter's Courts of Pitt st 
Reitz Henry L. grocer and feed store, cor Camden and Eutaw 
Remere Antoine, conlectioner, 4 s Gay st 

Remington Jesse, lottery and exchange office, n w cor Market 8c 
Remor Thos. steaua boat hand. Hill st e of Charles (Thames sts 
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Director for 1837. RIG 

Reashaw & Davi.s, hat manufactory 48 Pratt st 

Rentz Francis, 14 Lancaster st 

Reny Joseph, bricklayer, Madison st w of Cathedral 

Rersch Louis, tailor, 31 e Water st 

Reside William, Military Hall, Gay st near Fayette 

Ret Francis, Hammond alley 

Relherford Elijah, grocer, cor e Baltimore and Eden sts 

Rever Henry, labourer, Charles st s of Lee 

Ravell Michtel, grocer, Light st near Balderston 

Reyburg Goddard, clerk, cor Eutavv and Pratt sts 

Reyburn Thotnas G. commission merchant, 75 Bowley's wharf, 

Reynolds Joseph, tobacco merchant, dw Hanover st s of Barre 

d\v 32 Franklin st 
Reynolds, and Mosher wholesale grocers, and commission mer- 
chants, 38 n Howard st 
Reynolds Isaac, proviiiion store, 269 Baltimore st. dw Sharp st s 
\ Reynolds H. & J. Carpenters, Harrison st near G^y [Lombard 
'Reynolds Wm. cordwainer, Harlbrd avenue near Monument st 
Reynolds Washington, blacksmith, Green st near Paca 
itleynolds Catherine B. 7 Saratoga st 
lUeynolds Edward, clerk, Charles st n of Barre 
'Reynolds John, carpenter, Hughes st betw Light and William 
Rhinehart Charles, box maker, 11 s Sharp st 
/ Rhinehart Theresa, Wilk st e of Caroline 
/ Rhinehart Henry, shoe maker, Wilk st w of Caroline 
Rhinehart Philip, carpenter, n Gay st near Mott 
Rhinehart George, cabinet maker, Water st betw Gay and Fred- 
Rhoads W. com. mt. 61 Smith's wharf [ererick sts 

Rhoads John, mariner, Potter st s of Douglass 
Rhoads Richard, dry goods store, Howard st s of Richmond 
Rhoads John H. tobacco insi)ector, 178 Hanover st 
Rhodes Eicke and Co. importers of silk goods, 95 Baltimore st 
Rhodes Benjamin C. merchant, 47 Faye'.te st 
Rice mrs Mary, boarding house. Light st wharf near Barre st / 
Rice Thomas H. block and pump maker, cor Light st whfand 
Richards N. grocer, cor Charles and Hughes sts [Barre sts 

Richs Dr. Arthur, office and dw. 91 Hanover st 
Richards Jonathan, shoe maker, s w cor Fleet and Caroline sis 
Richards Samuel, carter, Light st near Montgomery 
Richards MrsiMary, sempstress. High st near French 
Richards Timothy, coach manulactory, High st 2d door from 

Hillen, dwHigh st 1 door from Hillen 
Ri^hanls Jolm, wheelwright, High st 2d door from Hillen 
Richards John C. flour merchant, 286 w Baltimore st 
Richards Solomon, fisherman, Ensor st extended 
Richards Dr. John C. 18 Lexington st 
Richardson Wm millwright, 9 Jackson Court 
Richardson Robert, Fayette st w of Pine 
Richardson Wm. S. cordwainer Pine &t n of Franklin 
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RID MatchetVs Baltimore 

Richardson and son, produce dealers, Penn. avenue e of Biddlest 
Richardson Martha, sempstress, Howard st s of Richmond 
Kictiardson Edward J. grocer, 82 Pratt st dw Coaway st e of 
Richardson Wm. slaire driver, 3 Ross st [Charles 

Richardson Geort^e W. commissiwn merchant, firm of McDonald 

and Co. Bovvley's wharf, dvv Aisquithst n ji' Pilt 
Richardson Beale H. dry goods store, cor Bait st and Tripo- 

lett's alley, dw 81 Front st 
Richardson Joseph, Canal st s of Baltimore 
Richardson James, rigger, 11 Alice Anna st 
Richardson Jolm VV. siiipwrighl, Philpotst adj. Mariner's church 
Richardson William H. millwright. Fawn st e of High 
Richardson Martha Ann, Spring st s of Baltimore 
Richardson William L. agent for Alms House, ollice Second st 

opp. Mechanic's Bank, dw Conway st w of Charles 
Richardson Josiali, coidi^ctioner, 8 Pratt st |[43 Albemarle st 
Richardson John W. dry goods merchant, 23 Baltimore st. dw 
Richardson Benjamin V. dry goods merchant, 11 Baltimore ht 
Richardson Nathan, collecior, 70 Harrison st 
Richardson Thomas, Ibundryman, Federal Hill near Glasshouse 
Richardson Samuel, city bailifi", Canal st near Jetit?rson 
tRichardson Samuel, whitewasher, Frederick st near Etna lane 
fRichardson Henry, labourer, Sterling st near Madison 
I Richardson Jesse, Ann st n of Bank 
rRichardson Mary, Caroline st n of Wilk 
tRichardson James, caulker. Fleet 2d door e of Ann 
tRichardson, washer, Baltimore st e of Poppleton 
tRichardson Abraham, sawyer. Long alley n of Lexington st 
[Richardson Milly, wasiier, Forest st s of Douglass 
Riches John, tailor. Light st near Lee 

Richmond, soap and candle manulactory. President st nof Fawn 
Richmond Henry, bricklayer, 16 Sterling st 
Richmond Henry, watch maker, Union st n of Penn. avenue 
Richsiine George, sugar refiner, dw 77 Hanover st 
Kicketts .John, F. corner High and Granby sis 
Rickells Wm, S. Virginia house, cor Calvert and Pleasant sts 
Rir.ketls Daniel, blacksmith, Armistead lane e of Light st 
Hicketis Charles, ladies' boot and shoe maker, 69 n Exeter st 
Rickeits Hugh, 93 Green st 

Ricketis David, Hour inspector, Eutaw s of Eden st 
Ricketts Benj. keeper of Columbia garden, cor Bait and Bond 
Ricketts Israel, ship carpenter, Federal hill opp. Telegraph 
Rickter Frederick, Carpenter's al vv of Howard st 
Riddellmosure Mary, Preston st n of Penn av 
tRide Ann, washer, Columbia e of Paca st 
Rider Washington, brickmaker, Lee e of Sharp st 
Rider mrs Margaret, Potter s of French st 
Rider Mary, sempstress, Paca n of Franklin st 
Rider Andrew, huckster, Cove s of Sarah Ann st 
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Director for 1937 RIL 

Rider Eliza, tailoress, Mulberry, e of Chatswortli st 

Rider Sophia, washer, Lerew's al n of Saratoga st 

Rider Peter, innkeper, 35 Franklin st 

Riderman Frederick, cabinet maker. Green s of Bait st 

Ridgate Hon. I enj C. Judge of Orphans' court, office s w cor 

St. Paul st and Fayette 
Ridgaway Wm. Jr. rope store, 66 Bowley's wf dw Bait between 

Exeter and East sts 
Ridgaway Wm, proprietor of rope walk, Light st extended 
Ridgaway Samuel, hatter. Liberty s of German st 
Ridgaway Wm. wholesale clothing store, n w cor Centre Mar- 
ket space, and Water st dw Water near Frederick 
Ridgely W. H. and Co. dry goods mts., 143 Baltimore st 
Ridgely Chas. W. attorney at law, office Lexington e ol Court- 
land dw n e cor Saratoga and Green sts 
Ridgely and Son, dry goods mts., 16 Ball st 
Ridgely James L, attorney at law, 38 n Frederick dw Monu- 
ment st near Howard 
Ridgely Noah just, of peace, n e cor Howard & German 
Ridgely Archibald J. constable, Centre st e of Howard 
Ridgely Edward, 108 Hanover st 
Ridgely miss Sarah, 80 Lombard st 
Ridgely Ellen S. Potter e of Gay st 
|Ridgely Mary, confectioner, cor Green and German sts 
tRidgely Charlotte, washer, 12 Douglass st 
tRidgway P. wood sawyer, Spring n of Gough st 
Ridout Emeline, Happy al s of Feet st 

tRidout L , washer, Sugar al w of Light st 

Rieman Henry, mt, cor Eutaw & Lexington sts dw 63 Pearl st 
Rieman Henry and son, grocers and bacon store njw corner of 

Eutaw and Lexington sts 
Rieman mrs Sarah, Pearl n of Fayette st 
Rieman Samuel, grocer, 2:? Eutaw st 
Riegelr Augustus.. Albemarle near Fawn st 
Rifsnider Jacob, labourer, Biddl^ al s of Ross st 
Rigby Henry J. tailor, cor Holliday & Bait sts dw Gongh e of 
Rigby Elizabeth, Eutaw n of Saratoga st [Spring st 

Rigden John, confectioner, Saratoga w of Gay st 
Riggen Rhoda, 99 Alice Anna st 
Riggins Wm. dw Favette near Paca st 

Riggs Samuel, mt. 191 Bait, st dw cor Franklin & Cathedral sts 
Riley Patrick, labourer, Wilk e of Bond st 
Riley Stephen, tailor, Pratt 1 door e of President st 
Riley Dr. Wm. office and dw. Fayette e of Calvert 
Riley mrs Susanna, French near Bath st 
Riley John, labourer, Neighbours st near Harford run 
Riley John, cordwainer, Bait e of Cove st 
Riley Absalom, tavern, cor Franklin and Eutaw sts 
Riley Thomas, cordwainer, Chamberlain al s side 
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Riley Alexander, harness maker, Long al s of Ross st 

Riley Wilson, labourer, Lerew's al s of Franklin st 

Rimby Reuben, foniidr\ man. Green st 

Rine Philip, tailor, Saratoga near Gay st 

Rine mrs., grocer, n Front near Hillen st 

Ring mrs Elizabeth, dry goods store, Market st s of Alice Anna 

Ring David, young ladies' seminary, Gough e of Spring £t 

Ringgold mrs Mary, Pleasant w of St Paul st 

Ringgold Thomas, labourer, West st extended 

Ringgold Hamilton, porter, Lerew's al n ol Saratoga st 

tRinggold Benjamin, labourer, Frederick st near Etna lane 

tRinggold Jacob, labourer, Hamilton e of Charles st 

IRinggoid , huckster, Strawberry al s of Pinkneyst 

tRinggold Benjannn, labourer, Lee e of Charles st 
tRingold Mary, washer. Potter e of Low st 
JRingold Jacob, labourer. Forest st s of Douglass 
fRingold Joseph, white washer, Short st n ol Orleans 
tRingold Jesse, labourer, Guilford al e of Light st 
Ringrose James, sailmaker, al bet Spring and Caroline st8 
Ringrosc J. W dentist, 27 n Howard st 
Ringrose mrs Susan, Caroline s M Pratt st 
Ringrose James, ship carpenter, Caroline s of Pratt st 
Ringrose James, ship car[)eiHer, 8 Hill st 
Ringwald Frederick, cordwainer, 98 High st 
Rion Thomas, tailor, Ensor near East st 

Ripport Adam, Lancaster st e of Argyle al [door 

Riitenhouse S. B., academy, cor Hillen & French sts dw next 
Ritter Conrad, scissors maker, Camden w of Hanover st 
Ritter Barnhard, milk dealer, West st e of Charles 
Rivan mrs Frances, dress maker, s e cor Market and Fleet st 
Rivers mrs., teacher, w of Cove n of Franklin st 
Roach Elizabeth, Argyle al n of Lancaster st 
Roach mrs Bridget, 19 Alice Anna st 

Roach John, book seller & printer, n w cor Bait & Frederick st3 
Roach Robert, sign painter. Sharp w of Lee st 
Roach Michael, carpenter, 19 New Church st 
Roach Joanna, Carpenter's al 

Roach and Co. house and sign painters, 9 Sharp 5t 
Roach Ann, grocer, cor Hanover and Hill sts 
|Roach Betty, cook. Forest s of Orleans st 
Roads Harriet, hat binder, Vine e of Pine st 
Robb John A. ship builder, Thames e of Market st 
Robb Elichin, ship builder, cor Spring and Gough sts 
Roberts John mariner. Fell st s of Thames 
Roberts Hugh, pilot, 45 Alice Anna st 
Roberts Charlotte, Wilk st w of Strawberry al 
Roberts Rev. Wm. L C Fountain row Spring st 
Roberts and Atkinson, druggists, cor Hanover and Bait sts 
Roberts B. Hush, of above firm, dw sharp st 2 doors s of Pratt 
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Director for 1837. ROB 

Roberts Wm. stage owner, 33 German si 

Roberts Conrad, wheelwright, Bait s extended 

Roberts Mary, boarding house, George e of Pine st 

Roberts Dr. G. 131 Hanover st office Camden e of Sharp 8t 

Roberts Solomon, Hampstsad e of Eden st 

Roberts Joshua, plaisierer, Hampstead st e of Strawberry al 

Roberts John, agent of Bible society, Orleans e of Caroline 8t 

Roberts Hugh. pUisterer, Orleans e of Friendship st 

tRoberts Bradbury, labourer, Lorew's a| s of Frarklin st 

^Roberts Benjamin, barber, 73 Hanover st 

tRoberts Betsy, waiter, Bath st al near Bath st 

tRoberts Thomas, Strawberry al s of Pratt st 

tRoberts John, mariner, Hull's lane e of Aisquith st 

tRoberts Henry, labourer, cor Fayette st and Run al 

tRoberts Maria, washer, Fayette st e of Run al 

f Roberts David, porter, Park si s of Saratoga 

tRoberts VVorthington, waiter, L Sharp st s of Saratoga 

Robertson J. M. ship carpenter, Ann st 

Robertson mrs S. 157 e Pratt st 

Robertson Nathaniel S. grocer, cor Bond and Bait sts 

Robertson Charles H. teacher, 18 s High st 

Robertson FJizabeth, dry goods store, 57 Hanover st 

Robertson John T. cooper, Fayette e of Howard st dvr 20 n 

Robertsf>n Mary, confectioner, Pines of Mulberry [Howard 

Robertson Mary A. 122 s Paca st 

Robertson VVm. porter. Low s of Aisquith st 

jiRobertson Peter, labourer, Perry e of Eutaw st 

Robins Capt. Albion, Bond s of Gough st 

Robins Wm. C. merchant, Franklin e of St. Paul st 

Robins mrs Charlotte, Fancy store, Charles st s of Sugar al 

•■Robins Thomas, stevedore, Potter e of Low st 

Robinson Capt Edward, Market near Wilk st 

Robinson Benjamin, 119 Hanover st 

Robinson Jos. bookseller, stationer and printer, 108 Bait st dw 3 

Waterloo row 
Robinson Josiah C. teacher of writing &c, Fayette w of North 
Robinson James, cordwainer, n Gay near Mott st 
Robinson John, boot and shoe maker. Front near Hillen st 
Robinson Edward, com mt. 38 e Gay st dw Market st F. P. 
Robinson Thomas, keeper of exch. dw n Frederick 
Robinson John, chair manu. 51 South st dw nearly opposite 
Robinson Sarah, sempstress, Fleet st 7 doors from Bond 
Robinson John, waterman, 67 Bond st 
Robinson Wm grocer, cor Pratt and President sts 
Robinson mrs Sarah, Stiles e of President st 
Robinson Joseph, coach maker, Bond s of Bank st 
Robinson Edward W., carpenter, Market s of Bank st 
Robinson John, shoemaker, cor Bank and Bond sts 
lobinson mrs Mary, Gough e of Eden st 
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Robinson Lewis, brickniaker, Pinkney w of Market st 
Robinson George, brick(naker, Pinkney w of Market st 
Robinson Nicholas, cusl. liouse officer, Salisbury e of High st 
Robin««on Edward VV. lottery & exchange office, 80 Bait et dw 

French near Baltinjore st 
Robinsf)n John, paper hanging warehouse, 20 Baltimore street 
Robinson mrs., Constitution near French st 
Robinson VVtn. weaver, Pierce w of Cove st 
Robinson Richard &, John, cotton manu. Saratoga w of Cove st 
Robinson Abraham, chairmaker, n w cor Bait & Poppleton sts 
Robifison John, grocer, Franklin w of Chats worth st 
Robinson W>n. city commissioner, Pine s of Lexington st 
Robinson Daniel, cor Pearl st and Peach al 
Robinson Dr. C. A. cor Pine and Baltimore sts 
Robinson Wm grocery and feed store, Penn av s of Biddle st 
'Robinson Hugh, porter, Ross st vv of Eutaw 
Robinson mrs E. 36 n Howard st 
Robinson Wm. mt. firm of Sumner & Robinson, 16 Bowley's 

wharf dw 82 n Charles st 
Robinson M. teacher, Little sharp st n of Lexington 
Robinson Thomas, cordwainer, Wayne st w of Siiarp 
Robinson James S, dry goods mt., 68 Hanover st .- 

Robinson John, chairmaker, cor South st and Guilford al ;'^ 
Robinson George, mariner, York bet Light and Charles sts 
Robinson T. & S. wholesale & retail dry goods nits. 161 Bait st 
Robinson Thomas, of above firm,dw Fredercick near Bait street 
Robinson Thomas, oyster establishment, 8 Light st 
:j:Robinson Henry, drayman. Bait st extended 
tRobinson Samuel, drayman, Pierce st w of Pearl 
JRobinson i*olly, washer, Guilford al w of Light st 
tRobinson Ann, whitewasher, Salisbury w of Canal st 
tRobinson Joseph, labourer, French near Bath st 
tRobinson James, plaisterer, Strawberry al n of Wilk st 
tRobinson George, hackma i, Argyle al n of Fleet st 
tRobinson Lydia, washer. Concord near Water st 
Roblet John B. waterman, Bond s of Alice Anna st 
Roche C. & Co. dry goods dealers, 66 Hanover st 
Roche John A. dry goods nit 62 Planover st 
Roche James, baker, Gay st on the Falls 
Roche mrs Julian, baker, Ensor near Potter st 
tRoche Stephen, carter, Forest s of Orleans st 
Rochester Wm. Spring s ol Pinkney st 
Rock Mr., cooper. Peach al n side 
Rock Neal, labourer, French near Bath st 
tRock Catherine, washer. Front s of Low st 
tRock Henry, barber, North near Bait dw Front st near Theatro 

Rockwell L , cordwainer, 22 Lexington st 

IRoden Henry, labourer, Ann st n of Bank 
Uodenmever John, painter, Pine s of Lexington Bt 
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Rodenmeyer George, grocer, cor Ensor and Forest sts 

Rodenmeyer Geo. C. cabinet maker, Forest 3 doors n of Ensor 

Rodenck Louis, s e cor Bond and Wilk sts 

Rodgers Michael, tavern, cor Light and York sts 

Rodgers Andrew, Lexington w of Charles st 

Rodgera Eiisha, grocer, Fayette w of Gay st 

Rodgers John, cordwainer, Front n of Monument st 

Rodgers Wm ship carpenter, Montgomery e of Charlei st 

Rodgers Joseph, pump maker, Green n of Lexington st 

Rodgers Julia A. Columbia e of Green st 

Rodgers John, machinist, 46 n High st shop opposite 

Rodgers Wm. carpenter, 49 n High st 

Rodgers John, hatter, 33 n Exeter st 

Rodgers George, hatter, corner South and Second sts dw corner 

Second st and Tripoleti's al 
Rodney John, labourer, Guilford al w of Light st 
Roe Charles, carpenter, Eden s of Orleans st 
Roe Peter, n w cor Thames and Bond sts 
Roes Christopher, s w cor Wilk and Caroline sts 
Rogers George, s e cor, Bond and Fleet sts 
Rogers Capt. S. G., Block st near Willis st 
Rogers Daniel, shoemaker, Argyle al s of Bank st 
Rogers Theodore, Baltimore st w of Eden 
Rogers miss Ann, Water st w of Albemarle 
Rogers Wm., fisherman, Stillhouse st 

Rogers and Walter, saddle, harnes? &. trunk manii. 157i Bait st 
Rogers Rowland, hatter, 9 Mulberry near Calvert st 
Rogers Jacob and Sons, hat manu. 29 South st & 129 Bait st 
Rogers Wm. of above firm, 129 Bait st 
Rogers mrs Ann, Canal near McElderry st 
Rogers Percy, Lexir^gton w of Cove st [Cove st 

Rogers Nathan, produce mt., 40 Franklin st dw Franklin near 
Rogers Samuel, wig maker, & perfumer, n Howard r<ear Lex- 
Rogers John, 86 Liberty st [mgton 
Rogers mrs Milliner, 20 Lexington st 
Rogers Wm.. clothing store, s w cor Pratt and Charles sts 
Rogers and Marfield, importers of saddlery, 188 Bait st 
Rogers George, fisherman, concord s of Fish Market space 
Rogers mrs Maria, 39 Centre Market space 
Rohbuck Henry, music teacher, Paca s of Mulberry et 
Rokess John, cordwainer, East st s of Half-moon al 
Rolerman Joseph, Strawberry al near Alice Anna 8t 
Roles Nicholas, teacher, 33 Franklin st 
JRoles Levin, labourer. Hill st near Charles 
Rollins James, blacksmith, Madison st e of Howard 
Rollins Wm. E. potter, Hampstead e of Eden st 
Rollman Wm. baker, Aisquith bet Jefferson and Orleani sts 
Roloson Wm. bacon mt., 6 George st 

Roloson Hugh, bacon store, Franklin st dw Mulberry e of Piufi 
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ROS MatchetVs Baltimore 

tRoman John, drayman, Run al n of Lexington st 
Romine John H. tobacco mt dw St. Paul s of Franklin st 
Romoser Frederick, labourer, Falls near Buren st 
Roney Patrick, stone cutter, cor Lombard and Eutaw sts 
Roney Wm. dry goods mt., Harrison near Bait st 
Ronsaville D. C. carpenter. Green near Paca st 
Rook George, harness maker, cor Wilk and High sts 
Rooker mrs Rebecca, Lombard w of Sharp st 
Rooley Perry, Canton 

Roop George, painter, Pearl n of Mulberry st 
Root Wm. blacksmith, York av near Monument st 
Rort Wendel, weaver, Pratt opposite President st 
Rose mrs Mary, sempstress, Park lane n of Pine st 
Rose Patan R. bookbinder, s w cor Pine and George sts 
Rose Conrad, cord\vainer,45 n Exeter st 
Rose Israel, shoemaker, Montgomery w of Light st 
Rose Mary Ann, Fleet 1 door from Caroline st 
Rose Cap't. John, mariner, 89 Ann st 
Rose Peter, boot and shoe manuf. Gay e of High st 
Rose Charles, boot and shoe maker, Ensor near Monument st 
Rose Wm. bakery, 16 n Gay st 
Rose mrs Mary, sempstress, Water near Frederick st 
Rose George, victualler, Light st extended 
Rosenberry John, brush maker, Pine s of Saratoga st 
Roserihaughst Jonas, pedlar, 15 Fleet st 
Rosensteel George, painter. Mulberry vv of Pearl st 
Rosenstock Augustus, segar maker, Fleet 1 door from Argyle al 
Rosenstock David, cordwainer, Ross st w of Eutaw 
Roset Wm. umbrella maker, Fish Market space n side 
Rositeer Thomas, labourer, l8l Hanover st 
Rosloe John, tavern, Pratt vv of President st 
Ross Wm innkeeper, Lexington w of Paca st 
Ross Nancy, ci3 Pearl st 

Ross Daniel, comb manu. Columbia near Cove st 
Ro.sg Sarah, widow, 22 n Front st 
Ross Wm. H., morocco dresser, 20 n Front st 
Ross Joseph and Adam, grocers, 7 w Bait st & 1 C Market sp 
Ross Benjamin C. dw 7 \v Baltimore st 
Ross Elizabeth^ n w cor Fleet st and Apple al 
Ross Wm. carpenter, County wharf Fell's point 
Ross James, cordwainer, Harrison near Gay st 
Ross Robert, ornamental painter, n Gay near Aisquith st 
Ross David, saddler, Hillen near Front st 
Ross John, dw Canal near McElderry st 
|Ross Daniel, grain measurer, Sugar al w of Light st 
tRoss Sarah, Honey al w of Hanover st 
tRoss Robert, huckster, Bishop's al nwr Pratt st 
Roszel Rev. Stephen G. Wilk st Parsonage opp. Meth. church 
Koszcl Stephen C. teacher, Eden s of Pratt st 
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Roszel Dr. S. W. academy, St. Paul s of Pleasant st 

Rote Jacob, cordwainer, 3 Thompson st 

Rouderker Hammond, box maker, 33 New Church st 

Rotogen R. F. dry goods store, 5 Thames st 

Rotan Wrightson, sailor, Hill e of Sharp st 

Rothrock John, tinner, s w cor Bait and Paca sts 

Round Levin, labourer, Wolf n of Gough st 

Rountree John, musician, 81 n High st 

Rourke mrs Mary, grocer, Frederick s of Water st 

Rous John G. shoe dealer, 54 n Howard dw 33 Pearl st 

Rouse James, bricklayer, Caroline s of Gough st 

Rouse Benjamin, ropemaker, Apple al n of Pratt st 

Rouse Capt. George L. Gough n of Pratt st 

Rowe Nicholas, Apple al near Lancaster st 

Rowland mrs., Granby opposite Gough st 

Rowland Hiram, carpenter, Orleans e of Aisquith st 

tRowles Isaac, hackman, Argyle al n of Fleet st 

Royston Joshua k, Co., dry goods mts.. 57 Baltimore st 

Rozensteel Joseph W., grocer, 20 Pennsylvania avenue 

Rozburg G., boot and shoe manu., Front 3 doors from Hillen 

Ruark Henry, 17 Albemarle st 

Rucigus John, tailor. High st 1 door n of Stiles 

Ruckle Thomas, Painter, 80 n Howard st dw 281 do 

Ruckle William, cooper. Ivy al w of Park st 

Ruckle J. N., saddler & harness maker, 3J Pratt st 

Ruckle George, grocer. Potter, n of Douglass 

Ruckle William, grocer, cor Douglass and Forrest sts 

Ruckle George, firm of Small & Ruckle, dw 253 w Bait, st 

Ruckle & Vansant, merch. tailors, 41 Pratt st e of Sharp 

Ruckle Nicholas D., Conway st e of Eutaw 

Ruckle George, wood merchant, Exeter st near Hillen 

Ruckle Paul, grocer, 253 Bait st 

Rudderon Spicer, tavern, Lovely lane near Calvert st 

Riidenstine W. F., grocer, 6 Light st wharf dw Conway w of 

Rudolph Harman, Light st s of York [Hanover 

Rueckart Louis, cabinet maker, 99 Bond st 

Rueth Jacob, carpenter, Caroline sts of Wilk [Lexington 

Ruff John, hat manf'r. '^3 n Calvert st dw Pine bet Fayette and 

Ruff' Andrew, hat manufactory, 176 Baltimore st 

Ruff" Jacob, wheelwright, Baltimore st extended 

Rulenburg Adam, xArgyle al s of Fleet st 

Ruley Henry P., constable, Bank st near Wolf 

Rummell John, plumber, n e cor Wolf and Alice Anna sts 

f Rumell , Wilk st near Strawberry alley 

Runsville James, carpenter. Green st near Paca 
Rupart Wm. cooper, Falls avenue near Pratt st 
Rupp Jacob, carpenter, 9 St. Mary's st 
Rusk Thomas J. victualler, s e cor Hampstead and Gist its 
Rusk John, butcher, Pitt st e of Eden 
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Rusk George, butcher. Pitt st e of Strawberry alley 

Rusk Wm. butcher, Pitt st e of Eden 

Rusk Thomas, butcher, Caroline st s of Jefferson 

tRusk Wm. barber, 10 e Baltimore st 

tRask Wm. 5 Salisbury alley 

Russell Mrs. grocer, 2 Jackson court 

Russell Michael, carpenter, Saratoga st w of Chatsworth 

Russell John, carpenter, cor George and Pine sta 

Russell , box maker, Baltimore st e of Cove 

Russell Mary, 24 Union st 

Russell Thomas, variety store, 282i Bait, st dw 88 s Paca st 

Russell Jos. tin and sheet iron manf 16 n Howard st 

Russell William, plaisterer, 32 Eutaw st 

Russell Mrs- Rebecca, 66 n Charles st 

Russell Sarah, shopkeeper, Hollins st w of Harford rua 

Russell Christina, widow, Armistead lanee of Light st 

Russell Geo. Granby st w of Harford run [Thames eta 

Russell James, composition iron and brass foimder, cor Fell &. 

Russell Robert, carter, Wilk st opposite High st 

Russell Alexander, brickmaker, Lee st w of Charles 

Russell Barbara, 16 Lombard st 

Russell Mrs. Rebecca, dress maker. Potter st near French 

Russell Henry, tinner, Forrest st opposite penitentiary 

Russell J. &. S. dry goods merchants, 12 Centre Market sp. 

Russell John, dw Bond st s of Baltimore 

Russell Mrs. Margaret, tailoress, Frederick near Gay st 

Russell William, hatter, Cove st s of Lexington 

Russo Mrs. Rachel, sempstress, Potter st s of French st 

Russum Thomas, merchant tailor, s w cor Howard & Pratt sts 

Rust Samuel, boot and shoe manf. Forrest st 2d door s of Hillen 

Ruth John, cordwainer, Aisquith st of Orleans [Howard 

Rutter Thomas G. secretary fireman's ins. co., dw Conway e of 

Rutter Rebecca, Sharp st w of Conway 

Rutter Mrs. Mary, West st near Light 

Rutter Rowland R , saddler, 10 s Calvert st 

Ryan John S.j carpenter, Jefferson st w of Caroline 

Ryan Patrick, wheelwright and turner, Wilk st s of Bond 

Ryan Cornelius, Whitehall gardens, cor Bank and Market sts 

Fell's Point 
Ryan Sarah, cook shop, cor Light and Ruxton sts 
Ryder Dr., Wilkst bridge 
Ryder Aaron e e cor Bond and Shakspeara sts 
Ryland Samnel, cordwainer, n Gay st near High st [more it 
Ryland & Griffith, upholsterers and paper hangers, 100 i Balti- 
Ryne Wm. tailor, 4l n Exeter st 

Saber John, ship carpenter, Ann st s of Alice Anna 
Saddler Augustus, cordwainer, Wilk st w of Bond 
Saddler Joseph, shoemaker, Apple alley, near Alice Anna 
Sadler Capt. Henry, Harford avenue near Ensor st 
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Director for 1837. SAN 

Sa(^er Mrs., Hollidaj st near PJeasant 

Sadler' Mary E., confectioner, Biddle al s of Ross st 

Sadtler Philip B., &, Sons, Hardwareanerchants, 172 w Bait, at 

Sadller Philip B. of above firm, dw. 172 w Baltimore st 

Saint Francis, Richmond st opposite Park 

St. Mary's College, Pennsylvania av. n of Franklin st 

St. Mary's Seminary, Penn. av. n of Franklin 

St. John Margaret, 332 n Howard st 

St. John's Methodist Prots. Church, n Liberty stop Wagon al 

St. Paul's Episcopal Church, cor Charles and Saratoga sts 

St. Peter's Episcopal Church, cor Sharp & German sta 

St. Peter's Catholic Church, cor Little Sharp Sc Saratoga sts 

St. Peter's Free School, Green st n of Baltimore 

Saintnair John, hatter, Chestnut al e of Pearl st 

St. V^ictor Emily, sempstress, Water st e of Pratt 

fSales Benjamin, laborer, Gallows hill 

jSales Henry, laborer. Inloes al w of Park st 

Salgee Mrs. Hannah, Sharp st n of Hill st 

Salgues John B., Busy al w of Charles st 

Salinave James, Pitt st w of Aisquith 

Salisbury James, sailor, cor Eutaw and Perry sts 

Saher Theodore, painter, East st bet Ensor and Hillen sis 

Salvage Thomas, tavern, horse market, Swann st 

Salzwedel John J., furrier, Sharp st n of German 

Sam Edward, waterman, Wolf st n of Fell st 

tSampson James, sawyer, Long al s of New st 

tSampson Jacob, carter, French lane, near Charles st 

Sanders Joseph, store in Arcade, dw Franklin st e of Cove 

Sanders Benedict, grocer, 61 Pitt st 

Sanders Mary, widow, Hampstead eof Eden 

Sanders Thomas, hatter, Forrest st w of Harford run 

Sanders George, firm of W. Beatty, & co. com. merchants. 

High between Water and Granby sts 
Sanders Christopher, musician, Wolf st n of Fell 
Sanders Elizabeth, Wilk st e of Caroline 
Sanders George, carpenter, Wilk st e of Bond 

Sanders , s High st n of Granby 

Sanders Abraham, liquor store, Harrison st near Etna lane 
Sanders Benjamin, baker, Harford avenue 
Sanders B. J & E. J., grocers, cor Fred'k st and Smith's alley 
tSanders William, whitewasher, Conway st w of Charles 
tSanders Thomas, Wilk st e of Strawberry alley 
tSanders Jacob, Happy al s of Pratt st 

tSanders Amos, laborer, Pierce st e of Cove [Baltimore st 
Sanderson & Jenkins, wholesale dry goods merchants, 26€ 
Sanderson George, teller of Franklin Bank 65 Pitt st 
Sanderson H. S. 82 n High st 
Sandford James, Granby st e of Exeter 
Sands Elizabeth, shop, St. PauPg o of Hamilton at 
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SAU MatcheWs Baltiynore 

Sands Samuel, copper plate printer, Exeter st s of Hillen 

Sands Washington, tailor, Eden st n of Silver 

Sands Samuel, tirm of Sands & Neilson, printers, d\v East n 

Sane William, blacksmith, Hume st near High [of Baltimore 

Sariford Capt. Alfred, Alice Anna st e of Strawberry al 

Sanford Abraham, pawnbroker, 34 Eutaw st 

Sanger George, laborer, Park lane e of Pine st 

Sangston Edwin, merchant, 80 Camden st [Baltimore 8t 

Sangston Jas. A & Co., wholesale dry goods merchants, 1354 

Sangston Jas. A. of above firm, dw St. Paul's n of Pleasant st 

Sangston George E., of the above firm, dw Camden st 3 doors 

from Howard 
Sank Mrs. Huckster, Perry st e of Eutaw 
Sank John, cordwainer, Cove st n of Fayette 
Sank Nicholas, furniture store, 55 Eutaw st 
Sanks Jesse-, carpenter, Wolf st near Fleet 
Sanks Corbin, carter, cor Charles and Henrietta sts 
Sanks Elijah, carter, Charles st n of Montgomery 
Sankston Wm., shoemaker, East st n of Half moon alley 
Sanner Isaac S., pilot, e Fleet st 1 door from Star alley 
Sanner Joseph, waterman, 37 e Fleet st 
Sanskey John, Boardmg house, 28 Ann st 
Sap George, Philadelphia road 
Saple Michael, baker, Saratoga st e of Cove . 
Sapp John, cooper, Stiles st near flarford run 
Sapp Henry, cooper, Stiles st near Harford run 
Sapp Jacob, laborer, Ramsey's rope walk 
Sappington Thomas, hat manufacturer, 142 w Bait st 
Sappington E. & F., hat manufacturers, 112 Bait st 
Sappington Jarrett, carpenter, Eden st n of Hollins 
Sarah Thomas, blacksmith, Holland st extended 
Saratoga brewery, Saratoga st e of Cove st L^-ight st 

Sargeant Benjamin, steam boat boiler maker, Sugar alley vv of 
Sarsfield S., cordwainer, Charles st s of Pratt 
Sauerwein George, basket maker, Park st s of Lexington 
Sauerwein Daniel, carpenter. Mulberry st e of Pine 
Sauerwein Peter & Geo. grocers & flour merch. 67 n Hov^ard at 
Saulsbury Andrew, grocer, s w cor Light and Montgomery atd 
Saulsby Robert, Vauxhall, Light st near Hill st 
Sauerhoof John, Caroline st n of Pratt 
Sauer John, shoe maker, Lancaster st w of Ann 
Saumenin C. & J. flour and feed store, 65 s Calvert st 
Saiimenig C. & J. feed store, Howard st near Pratt 
Sauraenig Catherine, Eutaw st s of Columbia 
Saunders Jno. VV. printer, Pitt st W of Aisquith 
Saunders Maria, 10 German st 

Saunders Edward, firm of B. J. & E. J. Saunders, Water st « 
Saunders John, hatter, L. Sharp st n of Fayette [of Exeter 

Sauners Elizabeth, boardina house, 124 Coaway it 
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Director for 1837. SCH 

Sauervvine Daniel, carpenter, Crook's Row, Monunient st 

Sauter, tavern, 93 Bond st 

Savao-e mrs Sally, Conway st e of Howard 

Savao-e Geor^re, blacksmith, s w cor Spring and Wilk 8t« 

Savage Joseph R. coach maker, Exeter st near Hillen 

Savai^e George T. cordwainer, 31 Lee st 

Saver John, shoe maker, 9 Lancaster st 

Saville mrs S. Cove st near Harmony lane 

Saville Isaac, blacksmith, 26 e Pratt st 

Sawer Ephraim, bricklayer, 50 Fleet st 

Sawkins William, tavern, 1 Hoi lings worth st 

Saxon Dr. Liiiht st near Water 

Saxton O. Laylayette House, Fayette st e o\ Sharp 

Sayre John C. hat block manufacturer, Fayette at e of Holhdty, 

dw Front st near Low 
Scarborough Capt. Samuel, 11 Fleet st 
Scarf Henry J. silver smith, n Gay st near Mott 
Scarf George, plaisterer, 102 Eutaw st 
Schaeffer mrs Marcraret, Sugar alley near Light st 

Schaefter, , Charles st n of Henrietta _ 

Schaeffer Simon, labourer, Burensl near Madison ^ ^ ., 

Schaefler Wm. A. justice of peace, office and dw 4 n Frederick 

Schaeffer Baltzer, dw 4 n Frederick st 

Schaeffer Jacob, butcher, Harford avenue 

Schaefler C. Charles st n of Mulberry 

Schaefler Abraham, miller, Hampstead st w of Carohne 

Schaer & Kuster, tobacco merchant, -28 s Charles st 

Scharf mrs Ann, dress maker, 31 Pratt st 

Schaper William A. turner of ivory &c. Water st w of Exeter 

Schaper mrs M. ladies' hair dresser, 62 n Gay st 

ScheiV Henry pistor, German Lutheran Church, dw Front st n 

Scherff John, tavern, cor Pratt st and Falls av [of Baltimore 

Scherer William, cabinet maker, Armistead lane e of William st 

Scherer Christopher, cabinet maker, 64 Harrison st 

Schiable Charles, baker Baltimore st e of Cove 

Schillinger George, baker, Hampstead st e of Eden 

Schimp John, cordwainer, 23 s Howard st 

Schiercler Andrew, coach trimmer, 26 Liberty st 

Schislers Adam, cordwainer, George st e of Pme 

Schlauch, Gotleib L. tailor, Wilk st bridge 

Schlee Peter J. cordwainer. Forest st near Gay 

Schleich John, baker, 61 s Howard st 

Schley John G. jr. Fayette st w of Park 

tSchley Henry, drayman, Saratoga st e of Cove 

Schliephakc , teacher of music, Madison stw of Eutaw 

Schloesler Charles, shoe maker, Bond st 2d door from Shakspear* 
Schmidt mrs Mira, milliner, 3 Holliday st 
Schminke George, book keeper, Conway stw of Sharp 
Schmu Lenhart, Lancaster st e of Argyle alley 
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SCH MateheWs Baltimore 

Schmall John, taverrij 45 Thames st 

Schmenner Daniel, baker, Union st n of Penn. avenue 

Schmuck S. W. grocer, Harford av. near Ensor st 

Schnauber William, confectioner, Pitt st w of Eden 

Schnee Jacob, teacher, 9 Shakspeare st 

Schome Lewis, ixlass blower, Frederal Hill near Glass house 

School Infant, No. 1, Courtland st n of Saratoga 

School Infant, No. 2, cor Bank and Market sts 

School Wesleyan Sabbath, Bond st near Bank, and No. 3, Spring 

st s of e Baltimore 
Schools Free & Public, see page 20 
Schoolfield Luther A. lottery and exchange office, 34 Baltimore 

St. dw 43 Front st 
Schreiber Philip, tavern, Light st whf. near Barre st 
Schollar John, baker, Saratoga st opp. Poppleton 
Schoor Michael, gardener, Federal Hill opp. Telegraph 
Schrike Jacob, wheelwright, Baltimore st extended 
Schreiner John, Franklin st w of Pearl 
Schroeder Baltzell, cabinetmaker, 61 Bond st 
Schroeder mrs Dore, cor Bank st and Happy'alley 
Schroeder John, b»ot and shoe manufacturer, 109 1-2 Baltimore 

St. dw Exeter st near Salisbury alley 
Schroeder David and Henry, boot and shoe manufacturers, n 

Gay st near the engine house 
Schroeder Henry, merchant, Schroeder st opp. Mulberry 
Schroeder William, firm of Taylor, and Go. auctioneers and 
com. mts. German st w of Charles, dw Franklin e of Pine 
Schroeder Frederick, tobacconist, Conway st w of Eutaw 
Schroeder C. Charles st 

tSchroeder Isaac, labourer, Inloes alley w of Park st 
Schreiber Rev. Peter S. cor Charles and Mulberry sts 
Schrote John, baker, cor Light and Mercer sis 
Schrote Edward, cordwainer, Pine st wof Cove 
Schultz William, barber, Light st near Guilford alley 
Schultz John, cordwainer. Run alley n of Fayette st 
Schultz Jefferson, clerk, 115 Hanover st 
Schultze Dr. John, n e cor High and Wilk sts 
Schumacher John F. carpenter, back of 69 Front st 
Schumck mrs Sophia, Ensor st n of Monument 
Schunck mrs Ellen, boardinir house, French st near Bath ^ 

Schupp Henry, tavern, 6Q Harrison st 
Schusler Henry, cordwainer, Harford av. near Monument st 
Schwamer Conrad, labourer, Wilk st e of President 
Schwalbe F. W. clothing store, 72 C. Market space, dw same 
Schwa tka Frederick W. blacksmith, Montgomery st e of Charles 
Schwatka August, 28 Long alley 
Schwartze Dr. G. 172 Hanover st 
Schwartze Dr. A. J. jr. 1 1 1 Hanover st 
Schwartz Lawrence, gold printer, 26 Lombard st 
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Director for 1837. SCR 

Schwarzaner Daniel, brickmaker, Hughes st near Liijht 

Schvvalka Charles, blacksmith, Saratotra st w of'Eutaw 

Schway Fredk. tailor, e Pratt st betw President and Albemarle 

Schweigart Michael, milk dealer^ Federal Hill opp. Telegraph 

Schweitaer Joseph, plaisterer, Parkst 

Scinmons Thomas, sailmaker, Westst near Light 

Scotchburn Thomas, rope maker, Harford avenue 

Scott James, grocer, cor Fleet st 

Scott William, tavern, Wilk st 2d door e of Spring 

Scott James D. plaisterer, Pratt st e of Caroline 

Scott Samuel, grocer, e Baltimore st w of Bond 

Scolt Charles, shoe maker, Camden st w of Hanover 

Scott Jno. attorney at law, office and d vv St. Paul's st s of Fayette 

Scott T. Parkin, attorney at law, office St. Paul's st s of Fayette 

Scott Rebecca, cor Davis and Bath sts [dvv opposite 

Scott Abraham, carpenter, Saratoga st wof Gay 

Scott Elizabeth, Harrison st n of Baltimore, up stairs 

Scott Joseph, grocer, n Gay st near engine house 

Scott James, cordwainer, Sterhng st near Monument 

Scott Andrew, cordwainer, York avenue near Monument st 

Scott Townsend, com. accent, 23 Exchange Buildings 

Scott Robert, clothing store, 58 Centre Market space 

Scott Joseph, driver, Johnson stnear Cross 

Scott William, labourer, Cove st s of Franklin 

Scott Patrick, carpenter, Franklin st vv of Chatsvvorth 

Scott John, produce dealer, Franklin st w of Howard 

Scott John, clothing store, 89 n Howard st 

Scott Q. carpenter, cor Busy alley and Charles st 

Scott M. pyrotechnist, Eden st s of Miilliken st 

Scott James, cordwainer, Orleans st e of Caroline 

Scott William, tailor, Forest st w of Harford Run 

Scott Catherine, sempstress, McElderry st e of Aisquith 

Scott John, cordwainer, Baltimore st e of Eden 

Scott Joseph, rigger. Canal st 1 door e of Salisbury 

JScott Samuel, labourer. Mechanic's Court near High st 

tScott Philip, labourer, Ensor st near East 

fScott Robert, carter, Bank st near Harford run 

tScott George, stevadore, Hai)py alley s of Fleet st 

tScott William, labourer. Cove st s of Franklin 

f Scott George, labourer, Howard st s of Pratt 

tScott W. labourer. Park st extended 

JScott Margaret, midwife. Welcome alley w of Sharp st 

tScott Sophia, washer. Long lane n of Orleans st 

tScott Milly, washer, Jefferson st w of Canal 

Ssotti Lewis F. in'elligence office, und City Hotel, dw Holliday 

st n of Saratoga 
Scotti M. hair dresser, 111 Baltimore st. dw and store, 11 & IS- 
tScotti Elizabeth, whitewasher, Baltimore st w of Paca [South 
Scribner S. 8c Co. lottery mts. Basement of City Hotel 
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SEL Matchett^s Bdttimou 

Scribner S. cor Charles and Pleasant sts 

Scroggs Alexander, tailor, Apple alley betw Lancaster and Alice 

Scrog^s Robert, carpenter, Orleans st e of Long lane [ Anna sts 

Scroggs mrs'Ann, 43 n High st 

Seabright mrs. boarding house, Buren st near French 

Seabroogs John, blacksmith, Tyson alley near Falls road 

Seabrooks Thomas, dyer and scourer, 35 s Charles at 

Seagafoose mrs Catherine, boarding house, Guilford alley near 

Seagle Joseph, butcher, Heron Bay near Neighbour st 

tSeagswick Mary, Carpenter's alley e of Paca st [Light st 

Seamore , blacksmith, F^'ails av. betw Pratt and Water sts 

Seargeant James, oyster cellar, Front st s of Low 

Searley James E teacher, Ann st n of Alice Anna ^ 

Searley mrs Jane; Ann st n of Gough 

Searley John, butcher, Ann st s of Alice Anna 

Sears John C. turner, Front st s of Low 

Sears William, labourer, Friendship st s of Orleans 

Sears Ward, dyev and scourer, 20 s Calvert st 

Sears Wm. Pratt st near Gough 

Seche Joseph, mahogany dealer, Park st s of Lexington 

Seche & Holland, cabinet makers, Lexi^igton st w of Fayette 

Seccombe Thomas, carpenter, 19 Thomson st 

Second st museum, n e cor Frederick & Second sts Robert L. 

Curry proprietor 
Seed James senr., victualler, Penn. av. e of George st 
Seederbery T. fruit shop, 29 German st 
Seeger Jacob, silver plater, Fayette e of Calvert 
JSegan Mary, J., n Gay st near Saratoga 
Segu Elizabeth, boarding house, cor Lexington & Liberty sts 
Segurik Baker, laborer, 41 Union st 
Seesnop Catherine, confectioner, 1I3 Eutaw st 
Seidenstricker Elizabeth, tailoress, 44 n Front st 
Seidenstricker Frederick, tobacconist, cor Hawk st andiCentre 

Market space [Lane 

Seidenstricker Jerome N., bookbinder, Harrison st near Etna 
Seidenstricker John B. ornamental painter, corner Tripolett's 

alley & Baltimore stdw Forrest near Hillen 
Seilz John, shoemaker. 56 Market st Fell's Point 
Selby Miss, milliner, Charles st n of Pratt [al and arcade 

Sellers John, blacksmith, Green st n of Lexington dw cor Long 
Sellers John, carpenter, Penn. av. n of Hoffman st 
tSellers Phoebe, washer. Low st sof Aisquith [and Pratt sts 
Selman & Crook, wholesale grocers & com. merch. cor South 
Selman James C, firm of above, St. Paul's bet. Pleasant and 

Mulberry sts 
tSellman Peter, rigger, Park st n of Saratoga 
Seltzer Jacob, Greenwillow st sof Pennsylvania avenue 
Seltzer Mrs. Mary A., Penn. av. s of Hoffman st 
Seltzer Lewis, victualler, Hoffman st e of Penn. av 
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Selvage William, Marion st between Howard & Eutaw sts 

Selvage William, coach maker, cor Liberty and Fayette sts 

Selvage Thomas, tavern, Horse Market space 

Selvy Samuel, Salisbury st e of Lloyd 

Semon Jacob, Columbia st e of Cove 

Semor Frederick, brickmaker, Columbia st e of Cove 

Sempp Albert M., waterman, 30 Shakspeare st 

Seney Joshua, 53 n Exeter st 

Senseney Mrs. Jane, sempstress, Exeter st near Hillen 

Sensuic Johnson, blacksmith, Tripolett's al n of Second st 

Sent John, shoemaker, 36 s High st 

jServin Wm., laborer, Burgundy alley :iear Green st 

Servary Peter, segar maker, Paca st n of Franklin 

Server Mrs. Ann, Wolf st n of Alice Anna 

Seth Elizabeth, widow, 27 n Exeter st 

TSeth Hercules, Apple al s of Lancaster st 

Severe James, wheelwright, 46 Wilk st 

Severson Stephen, brickmaker, French st near Bath 

Severson F. coach & harness maker, Fayette w of Charles st 

Seville John, carpenter, Hampstcad st2d door e of Spring st 

Seward John A., waterman, York st g of Charles 

Seward Levi, laborer, Market st s of Fleet 

Sewell Reuben, Bond st s of Gough 

Sewell & Baugner, dry goods merchants 223J w Bait, st 

Sewell Thomas, victualler, 8 Jackson's court 

Sewell Dr. S. W. J , n e cor Franklin and Pine sts 

Sewell John, carpenter, 100 Paca st 

Sewell Thomas H., chair maker. Perry st e of Charles 

tSevvell Jane, washer, Chapel al s of Mulberry st 

JSewell William, porter, Elbow lane w of Pacast 

Sexton Cornelius, laborer, Cantcn 

Seyler Frederick, currier, Lexington st e of Park 

Seyler F., currier, 24 n Liberty st 

Seymour William, ship carpenter, 19 S Fleet st 

Seymour Mrs. Susan, Lancaster st cor Strawberry alley 

Shacklelbrd Lewis, pilot, Lancaster st e of Market 

Shaffer Frederick, Gough st w of Caroline 

Shaffer Jacob, laborer, Baltimore st extended 

Shaffer William, victualler, Chestnut alley w of Pearl st 

Shaffer John, painter, 124 Eutaw st 

Shaffner Jacob, 50 Baltimore st 

Shaffuer Wm. C, William st extended 

Shaffner Samuel, merchant. Bait st e of Howard dw Mulberry 

e of Pine 
Shallus Miss, seminary, cor Park and Mulberry sts 
Shallus Samuel W., harness maker, s Howard st abore Conway 
Shamer Wm. cordwainer, 117 s Howard st 
Shambery Mrs- Jane, oyster dealer, 31 Liberty st 
Shamburg Wm., tavern, 33 Liberty st 
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Shane Elizabeth, Holliday st n of Bath [Paca 

Shane Jos., just, peace, office in Mercer st dvv Camden e of 

Shaney Joseph, waterman, Stillhouse st 

Shanahan Euphemia, milliner, 35 Camden st 

Shanley Thomas, hatter, 21 n Exeter st 

Shannessy James, painter, 87 Fayette st dw Mulberry e of Paca 

Shannon Joseph P., bridiie builder, 115 Exeter st 

Shannon Wm., furniture rooms, Gay st near Potter 

Shannon John, weaver, Freedom st n of Pearl 

Shannon Wm., tavern, 62 s Calvert st 

Sharah Ann, boarding house, Pearl st s of Lexington 4 

Share Joseph, brass founder, corner Concerd & Water sis dw 

Water near Bridge 
Share Richard, brass founder, Caroline st s of Pratt 
Sharkey John, china merchant. Bait, w of Liberty dw Green 

st s of Mulberry 
Sharp Jos. shoemaker, JNIarket st 3 doors from Alice Anna 
tSharp Silvia, Bond st s of Baltiniore 
JSharp .lames, Apple alley n of Pratt st 
fSharp Henry, caulker. Strawberry al near Wijk st 
tSharp Joshua, caulker, Argyle al s of Fleet st 
tSharp Sidney, washer, 44 Low st 
tSharp Alice, washer, Potter st n of Necessity alley 
Sharper Wm. turner. Water st e of South 
Sharpley John, com. mt. Smith's wf dw Fawn st w of Exeter 
Shuw Saml. teller Mechanics' Bank, High st n of Water 
Shaw Wm. C. firm Tiffany Sc Shaw, Lexington ste of Charles 
Shaw Matthew, wholesale and retail com. mt. 20 Light st whf. 

dw Light near Montgoniery st 
Shaw Mrs. Ann, tailoress, French st near Bath 
Shaw Wm. weaver, Mulberry st n of Cove 
Shaw Samuel, bricklayer, Pearl si n of Lexington 
Shaw John, blacksmith. Mulberry st dvv 121 Saratoga 
Shaw Elius & Co. flour arnd produce dealers, 7 s Howard ft 
Shaw Elias, merchant, G(!rrnan si e of Green 
Shaw Wm. mariner, Jefferson st w of Canal 
Shay John A. clerk, Hilien st near Exeter 
Shea John H. teacher, Biddle st e of Penn. ar. 
Shea Margaret, Union st n of Penn. av. 
Shearman Lewis J. grocer, Briton st Harford av. 

Shearsgrun , labourer, Richmond st near Park 

Sheckles Thomas, stone culler, Richmond st e of Howard 
Sheckles Richard, stone cutter. Haw st w of Emory 
Sheckles Thomas, stone cutter, Bishop's lane near'Fawn st 
Sheckles Henjamin, labourer, Argyle al s of Baltimore st 
Sheckles Thomas, labourer, Argyle al s of Baltimore st 
Sheckles John, grocer, cor Lunn'.s lane and Conway at 
Sheckles Betijan)in, labourer, York st betw Light and Charles 
Shedd Wm. P. St J. Melamora house, 9 s Charles st 
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Shedrick John, rigger, n e cor Alice Anna and Wolf sts 

tSheef Henry, Jabourer, Harford avenue 

fSheef Jos. graii; measurer, Short st s of Jefferson 

jSheef Perry, grain measurer, Short st n of Orleans 

Shehan Thomas, cordwainer, Eager al e side 

Sheilds Ellen, Holliday st near Centre 

Shekels Nelson, stone cutter, Haw st vv of Emory 

Shekles Thomas, fireman at Glass house, dw York st w of WiU 

Sheldon John, cordwainer, Ensor st near Forest 

Sheldon Jas. dep. keeper Penitentiary, Exeter st near Hillen 

Shellinberger Saml. cooper, Ross st w of Orchard [liams 

Shelley Wm. carpenter, Aisquith st s of Orleans 

Shelling Rudolph, tavern, Lancaster st e of Bond 

Shelly Henry, butcher, cor Mullikm and Spring sts 

Sheppard B B carpenter, Montgomery st near Light 

Sheppard Nicholas, Wayne st e of Howard 

Sheppard T. agent for Philada. boats, Bowly's wf dw s Charles 

Sheppard Gotleib, suspender maker, Baltimore st extended 

Sheppard John, labourer, Chesnut al w of Pine st 

Sheppard Richard, saddler, 16 Liberty st 

Sheppard John, harness maker, Williams st n of Montgomery 

Sheppard George, fisher. Cross st e of Williams 

Sheppard Philip, Canal st n of Salisbury 

Sheppard Moses, n vv cor Sharp and Pratt sts 

Sheppard Thos. S. n w cor Sharp and Pratt sis 

Sheppard R. D. counting house. Second st 1 door e of Gay 

tSheppard Benjamin, porter, cor Water and Granby sts 

Sherburne Mrs. Franklin st e of Chatsworth 

Sherkley Peter, wheelwright, Beuren st near French 

Sherwood Philip, grocer, n w cor Fleet st and Argyle alley 

Sherwood Alice, tailoress, Orleans st e of Aisquith 

Sherwood Jesse A. coach maker. Forest st w of Harford run 

Sherwood Wm. cordwainer, 38 Orleans st 

Sherwood R. P. boarding house, Camden st near Charles 

Sherwood Wm. printer, over Chronicle office, n Gay st 

Shields John, pile driver, York st w of Light 

Shields Nelson, cordwainer, Hillen st near Potter 

Shields , rope maker, Harford avenue 

Shields Wm. cordwainer, Pratt st e of President 

Shields Nathaniel, bacon store, s e cor Wolf & Alice Anna sti 

Shields mrs Eliza, mantua maker, Eden st s of Bank 

Shields Isaac, labourer, 58 Gouojh st 

Shields John B. n w cor Saratoga and Rock sts 

Shields J. D. draper &, tailor, 42 Lexington st dw 100 Howard 

Shields Rachel, widow, 36 n Front st 

Shield David, Fleet st e of Bond 

Shier Sarah, 37 Pearl st 

Shilling Wm, currier, n Front near Gay dw Potter near Hilkn 

Shillingberg Dominic, victuaiier, Columbia st e of Core 



SHR MalcheWs Baltimore 

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Shillingberg Harman, cabinet maker, Lee st e of Charles 

Shingle Conrad, labourer, Charles st s of Hill 

Shinnick Jacob, ship joiner, Alice Anna st near Argyie al 

Shinningham Peter, rigger, 23 Shakspeare st 

Shipley & May, carpenters, cor Franklin and Pearl sts 

Shipley Zachariah, carpenter, s e cor Cove and Saratoga st§ 

Shipley Wm. 13. watchman, Cove st s of Pratt 

Shipley Washington, carter, cor Franklin and Pearl st3 

Shipley Loveless, Pierce st e of Pine 

Shipley Peter, carter, Chesnut al w of Pine st 

Shipley Wm. H. mt. cor Eutaw & Lexington sis dvv Saratoga 

Shipley Saml. C. bricklayer, Holland st extended [e of Green 

Shipley & Eichelberger, mt. tailors, 10 Light st 

Shirk James, Franklin st dw cor Monument and Howard 

Shlasengar Bennett, dry goods store, 60 Harrison st 

Shock Lawrence, cordvvainer, Lee st s of Charles 

Shock mrs Martha, Stiles st 1 door n of Gough 

Shock George, carpenter, Pitt st w of Market 

Shock Henry, watchman, Harford avenue 

Shock Charlotte, shopkeeper, 23 Water st 

Shockney Samuel, tailor, 170 n Gay st 

Shoemaker , widow, Sharp st s of Conway 

Shoeman Henry, ship carpenter. Light st near Hill 

Shol Louis, stone cutter, Shakspeare st 1 door e of Bond 

Sholmeyer Francis, upholsterer, 9 Liberty st 

Sholes Thomas C. upholsterer, 1 46 Baltimore st up stairs 

ShoUz Charles, tailor, 2 Grant st 

Shorn mrs Ann, Strawberry al s of Pratt st 

Shoor L brickmaker, cor Charles st and Williams 

Short Andrew, 111 n Howard st 

Short Susan, widow, 25 Bank lane 

Short , widow, Barre st e of Howard 

l-Shortel Harry, labourer, Bath st e ot North 
Shorter Charles, ship carpenter, Spring st s of Baltimore 
Shot Towers, see page 28 
Shott Priscilla, Fleet st near Strawberry alley 
Shotten John, butcher, Eden st n of Pitt 
Shotts Daniel, grocer, Eden st n of Baltimore 
Showacre John, coachmaker, Paca st w of Lunn'a lane 
Showacre John, dw Paca st near 8 tons tavern 
Shreck mrs Elizabeth, Star al near Gough st 
Shreck Margaret, sempstress, 105 Aisquiih st 
Shreck G. W. & J. comb makers, 1 e Baltimore st 
Shreck.G. W, of above firm, dw 97 Aisquith st 
Shreck J. of above firm, 95 Aisquith st 
Shreeves Joshua, cordwainer, Sterling st near Monument 
Shriock miss Sarah, Pitt st 3 doors e of Aisquith 
Shriver George, tailor, cor Aisquith and Orleans sts 
Shroeder John, shoe store, Balio. st dw Exeter near Salisbury 
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8hryock Henrj', cabinet maker, 32 New Churcli st 

Shubrick Capt. Wm. B.\\J. S. Navy, Lexington st e of Charles 

Shuck Adam, hat manufacturer, Holliday st near Bath 

Shuck Michael, carter, Hampstead st w of Eden 

Shuffleberry Henry, tobacconist, Caroline st n of Gough 

Shultz Henry, carpenter, Ross st n of Biddle 

Shultz John, labourer, 69 Bond st 

Shuter James, grocer, cor High and French sts 

Shutt mrs Margaret, Exeter st near Hillen 

Sibre Ann, huckster. New st e of Paca 

Sicard Dr. A. cor Lexington and Liberty sts 

Sickle George, baker, Aisquith st n of Pitt 

Sigh Henry, waterman, Hill st near Charles 

Silbereisen Christian, Pratt st e of President 

Silvester Joseph, hotel, Harford avenue 

Silver Lewis, pawn broker, Gay st near Falls 

Silverseyes Peter, tanner, e Centre st near French 

Simmons mrs Ann, 67 Wolf st 

Simmons Catherine, sempstress, cor Douglass and East sts 

Simmons Stephen, waterman, 94 Bond st 

Simmons Charles, Thames st e of Block 

Simmons miss A. academy, Saratoga st e of Park 

Simmons Saml. F. Cove st n of Market 

Simmons , brickmaker, rear of Green st 

Simmons Wm. sea captain, 45^ n High st 
Simms Charles, labourer, Poppleton st s of Park 
Simms Benjamin, porter, Chesnut al w of Pine st 
Simms Edw. labourer, Chesnut al w of Pine st 
Simms mrs Biddy, Thames st2 doors from Market 
Simms Jos. stove factory, Light st wf. dvv Conway e of Howard 
Simms Wm. firm Johnson, Simms & Co. Water st e of Exeter 
Simms mrs Margaret, tailoress, York avenue 
Simms Jos. stove and iron worker, cor Light & Lombard sts 
Simon Charles, dry goods merchant, 53 n Howard st 
Simon Jacob, feed and flour store, Howard st dw 99 s Eutaw 
Simons Andrew, carpenter. Crook's row Monument st 
Srmons Levi, brass foander, Aisquith st extended 
Simons mrs Mary R. York av near Monument st 
Simons Robert, ropemaker, Light st extended 
Simonson John, chair maker, 55 Hanover st 
Simonson Charles, chair maker, Lombard st w of Light 
Simpson Andrew, keeper of Public Square, Hampstead hill 
Simpson John M. rigger, Ann st n of Alice Anna 
Simpson Thomas, watchman, Gough st near Wolf 
Simpson Andrew, tailor, Happy al s of Gough st 
Simpson Wm. hatter, Pinkney st e of Bond 
Simpson R. Stillhouse st opposite Fish Market 
Simpson Jos. lapidary and seal engraver, 22 Albemarle st 
Simpson Agnes, 111 Camden st 
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SLA Matchett's Baltimore 

Simpson Wm. coach maker, Calvert st near Pleasant 
Simpson Edw. carpenter, Exeler st s of French 
Simpson John, tailor, Hillen st 2 doors w of High 
Simpson Rezin B. produce dealer, cor Paca and Franklin sti 
Simpson John K. dw Light st s of Wine al 
JSimpson Ewy, nailer, Long lane s of Orleans st 
tSimpson Elijah, brickmaker, Sugar al w of Light st 
Sinclair Matthew, stone cutter. Pine st n of Fayette 
Sinclair Robt. Jr. & Co. agricultural implement manufactory. 
Water st e of Light, & Light n of Pratt, dw Eutaw extd^ 
Sinclair James, machinist, 53 s Exeter st 
fcJinclair Alice, Fleet st 1 door e of Wolf 
Sinclair Mary, Thames st e of Ann 

Sinclair Cyrus, block and pump maker. Fawn ste of High 
Sindall Samuel, merchant, 93 Aisquith st 
Sinder Peter, milkseller, Federal hill opposite Telegraph 
Sindler Joshua, keeper Penitentiary, dw n Gay st near Mott 
Singer George, clock and watch maker, 30 Fayette st 
Smgleton Charles F. Courtland st n of Mulberry 
Singleton nirs Elizabeth, cor Gay and Fayette sts 
Sinners E. R. Jr. tavern, s w cor Albemarle and Water 8t3 
Sinners E. R. tavern, Hanover st n of Camden 
Sinsner Frederick, Gist st near Hill 
Sipes Conrad, labourer, Light st n of York 
Sirata V. hat manufactory, 259 w Baltimore st 
Sirman Isaac, Argyle al n of I-ancaster st 
Sisco Charles, military and fancy trimming manufactory, Hol- 

liday st near Haltimore, dw same 
Sisler Martin, butcher, Happy al s ol Bank st 
Sisselberger Martin, well digger, tlowardst extended 
Sisson mrs Mary, Sterling st near Mott 
Sitler Benjamin, confectioner, 66 Pratt st 
Sitlsr Bennett, cordwainer. Peach alley n side 
Sites Charles, grocer, cor Lexington st and Market alley 
Skilling Wm. engraver, Tripolett's alley near Baltimore st 
Skillman Robert, chair maker, 36 s High st 
Skilman Robert, boarding house, 37 e Baltimore st 
Skinner Dr. D. H. 11 German st 
Skinner John S. post master, 46 n Charles st 
Skinner Eleanor, tailoress, Caroline st n of Baltimore 
Skinner Robert, shoe finding store, cor Water and Calvert sts 
Skinner Zechariah, ship carpenter, Hughes's quay, dw York 

street e of Light 
Skinner 8l Strecter, editors of Transcript, office 1 s Gay st 
Skinner Wm. ship carpenter, Armistead lane near Light st 
1 Skinner Thomas, labourer, Sugar al w of Charles st 
Skipper Macaga, carter, head of Howard st 
Skipper Isabella, nurse, 70 n Exeter st 
Slack Wm. B., R. R, conductor, dw Sharp st w of Barre 



Director for 1837. 

Slack Andrew, stage driver, George st e of Pine 

Slade miss Jemima, teaciier, Ciiarles st n of Saratoga 

Slame Francis, labourer, Tyson al e of Tyson st 

Slate George, 19 Mulberry st 

Slater George, grocer, Lexington st w of Eutaw 

Slater John, bacon merchant, Gist st 

Slater Henry, comb & brush factory, Market sts of Alice Anna 

Slater Jas. bacon merchant, s e cor Bond and Gough sts 

tSlater Jos. ship carpenter, Sugar al betw Light Sc Charles sts 

Slatter H. H. dw Baltimore st extended 

Slaughter James M. importer and com. mt. 83 Bowley's wharf, 

dw Conway st betw Charles and Hanover 
Slaughter Haskin, e Baltimore st e of High 
Slaughter Madison, mt. Bowly's wf. dw Conway st e of Charles 
Slaysman Alexander, plaisterer, 21 Sterling st 
Slaysman mrs Mary, York avenue 
Slee Jos. horse trader, East st n of Ensor 
Sleeger Daniel, printer, 12 n Exeter st 

Sleeper mrs G. Washington Hotel, Frederick et near Baltimore 
Slemmer Christian, e Pratt st betw Albemarle and President sts 
Slenay John, metre maker, Humes st near High 
Sheer Wm. iusticeof peace, Monument st w of Sterhng 
Slinemeyer Mary, tailoress, cor Pine and Saratoga sts 
Slingluff Jesse, grocer, Howard st. dw 66 Eutaw st 
Slingluft"C. D. & J. wholesale grocers, 15 n Howard st 
Sliver and Faringer, soap and candle manufactory, Constitution 
Sloan mrs Mary,'"Spring st s of Pratt [st near Burea 

Sloan James, Stilihouse st 

Sloan John, lumber merchant, dw 170 Hanover st 
Sloan John, sea captain, Aisquith st 2d door n of Orleans 
Sluder A.B. merchant tailor, 82 Pratt st 
Small Agnes E. 47 Pearl st 
Small Catiierine, 18 Fayette st 
Small and Ruckle, sugar refiners, 55 s Calvert st. refinery, cor 

Concord and Hawk sis 
Small Josiah, sugar refiner, dw Lombard st near Hanover 
Small mrs Elizabeth E. Pratt st opp. City Spring 
Small John J. Albemarle st near Plowman 
Small Jacob, architect, Conway st w of Hanover 
fSmall Daniel, labourer, Pleasant st w of Chapel alley 
+Small Mingo, Long alley n of Lexington st 
fSmall Cyrus, labourer, s Eutaw st extended 
|Small Catherine, 18 Fayette st 
Smaliwood mrs Julia, North st n of Pleasant 
Smallvvood Hannah, washer, German st w of Pine 
Smaliwood David, drayman, Biddle alley s of Ross st 
Smaliwood Francis, boot maker, Orleans st e of Aisquith 
fSmallwood Richard, Forest st n of Douglass 
iSmiles George, waiter, Aisquith st s of Orleans 
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Smiley William, grocer, Richmond st e of Tyson alley 

Smiley Isaac, Aisquitli st n oi" Hollins 

Smiley iloberi jr. oak cooper, 6 Grant st. dw 21 Mercer st 

Smiley Robert, cooper, Albemarle st n of Stilus 

Smelty James S. painter, 24 New'Church si 

Smith John, dvv Albemarle st 1 door n of Water 

gmith Geo, butcher Sarah Ann sts ol' Schroedcr 

Smith & Atkinson, wholesale druggists, 228 w Baltimore st 

Smith Jacob, watchman, Sarah Ann st s of Schroeder 

Smith Eli, blacksmith, n e cor Saratoga and Cove sts. dw Vine 

st e of Cove 
Smith Frederick, bacon merchant, Saratoga st e of Schroeder 
Smith Henry, victualler, Franklin st extended 
Smith Christopher, trader. Park st w of Schroeder 
Smith Adam, cooper, Park lane e of Popplelon st 
Smith John W. broker, Franklin st e of Cove 
Smith mrs S. e oi Cove st extended 
Saiiih George, cordwainer, Saratoga st w of Chatsworth 
Smith Eli, cooper, cor German and Pine 
Smith Charles, cooper shop, cor Pine and Baltimore sts 
Smith Solomon, tailor, n e cor Pine and Chatsworth sis 
Smith Edward, weaver, Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
Smith Henry, cooper. Cove st n of Sarah Ann 
Smith Margaret, huckster, Mulberry st e of Pine 
Smith Gideon B. editor, of Turf Register, dvv Mulberry st e of 
Smith Nicholas, cooper, Baltimore st e ol" Pine [Pine 

Smith Mary, Baltimore st e of Pine 
Smith Richard, carter, Park lane e of Run alley 
Smith William, cooper, Park lane e of Pine st 
Smith Dr. S. W. cor Pearl and Fayette sla 
Smith Charlotte N. tailoress, Howard st extended 
Smith Joseph, stocking weaver, Penn. av. s of Biddle st 
Smith Catherine, sempstress, Penn. avenue n of Green »t 
Smith John, baker, 30 Eutaw st 
Smith George G. grocer, Union st n of Penn. avenue 
Smith Amelia, washer, Union st s of Ross 
Smith Thomas D. carpenter, Paca Bt n of Franklin 
Smith Jacob, flour merchant, Paca st n of New 
Smith Wesley, labourer, St. Mary's st 
Smith John, baker, Ross st w of Eutaw 
Smith A. carpenter, cor Garden and Madison 
Smith Andrew, grocer, cor Paca st and Carpenter's alley 
Smith Andrew, tobacconist, s e cor Howard and Fayette sts. dw 
Smith John, baker, 76 s Eutaw st [120 Paca at 

Smith Mrs. merino and cashmere scourer, 31 German st 
Smith Jacob, harness maker, Pratt st near Eutaw, dw Eutaw st 
Smith William P. clerk, 81 s Eutaw st [s of Ferry 

Smith Ann, washer, Burgundj lane e of Green it 
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Smilh James, comb maker, cor Burgundy alley and Luna's lane 
Smith Robert, drayman, 5 Tyson st 
Smith Maria, sempstress, Lerevv's alley s of Richmond st 
Smith and Canahan, 40 Lexingt:)n st 
Smith Philip, tavern, cor Liberty and Park sts 
Smith Dr. N. R. cor Fayette and Liberty sts 
Smith Samuel, drawing master, Hamilton st s of Charles 
Smith mrs Elizabeth, 52 n Charles st 
Smith mrs Samh, 78 n Charles st 
Smith R. M. R. merchant, 45 n Charles st 
Smith Joseph F. cabinetmaker, 24 New Church si 
Smith P.M. grocer, 74 Conway st 
Smith John, blacksmith, 86 Conway st 
Smith John, upholsterer, Lee st w of Hanover • 
Smith mrs Sarah, Charles st s of Conway 
■ Smith Jacob, grocer, Pratt st w of Charles 
Smith John, grocer, cor Chnrles and Montgomery sla 
Smith William, drayman, Chnrles st extended 
Smith George, carpenter. Hill st wof Charles 
Smith Priscilla, grocer, cor Potter st and Halfmoon alley 
Smith William, carter, \1 Potter st 
Smith Robert, clerk, 12 Hollins st 
Smith Anthony, seaman, 45 Hollins st 
Smith Joseph, millwright, East st n of Pitt 
Smith mrs Ellen, Eastst n of Pitt 
Smith Joseph, bricklayer, East st n of Douglass 
Smith Martin, grocer, cor Orleans st and Short alley 
Smith Nathaniel, drayman, Hull's lane w of Aisquithst 
Smith John, carpenter, 12 Low st 

Smith Eliza, stock maker, cor High st and Necessity alley 
Smith mrs Mary, 64 n Exeter st 
Smith Lloyd, mariner. 29 n Exeter st 

Smith Job jr. lumber mt. Fredericl^st dock, dw 43 n Front st 
Smith Abraham, carter, 4 Potter st 
Smilh Jerry, carter, 4 Potter st 
Smith Cnarles, drayman, Forest st s of Douglass 
Smilh Lewis, clerk'in Marine Bank, dwe Ballo. st w of Aisquith 
Smith John, labourer, 6 Union alley 

Smith R. &, J. grocers and commission merchants, 71 s Calvert st 
Smith Jolni W. of above firm, St. Paul's st 1 door n of Mulberry 
Smith John S clothing store, 20 Pratt st. dw e Pratt near Caro- 
Smith J. & A. iron store, 4 Pratt st wharf [line 8t 

Smith A. of the above firm, dw Charles st n of Fayette 
Smith Ranselar, stove factory, 38 Light st. dw Lee st betw Light 
Smilh Wm. blacksmith, Montgomery st e of Charles [Charle* 
Smith Cyrus, tailor, York st betw Light and Charles sts 
Smilh Robert, Calvert st opp. Court House 
Smith Samuel, Mayor of Baito. Water st betw Gay and South 
Smith J. L. M. wine merchant, 25 Water at. dw Saratoga st 
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Smith Ringold, chair maker, 89 Exeter st 

Smith James D. cordwainer, Water st e of Lloyd 

Smith J. A. teacher and professor ot dancing, Washington Hall, 

Baltimore st near the bridge 
Smith mrs Margaret, Fish Market space near the lalls 
Smith Stephen, sea captain N. Y. Buildings, e Baltimore st 
Smith Thomas R. tavern, 12 Thames st w of Market 
Smith rars Frances, 7 Thames st 

Smith John, blacksmith, Lancaster st n of Strawberry alley 
Smith Peter, 10 Lancaster st 
Smith GeorgC; blacksmith, 32 Alice Anna st 
Smith mrs Amelia,, Alice Anna st e of Bond 
Smith Henry, Pedlar, Apple alley near Alice Anna st 
Smith Samuel, painter, 11 Alice Anna st 
Smith Capt. John, 12 Alice Anna st 
Smith William, painter, Thames, st e of Block 
Smith Wm. ship carpenter, Block st near Thames 
Smith John, drayman, McElderry's wharf 
Smith John, Strawberry alley n of Wilk st 
Smith Samuel C. cooper. Bank st near Eden 
Smith James P. tobacconist, 15 Gough st 
Smith James L. shoe maker, Eden st n of Gough 
Smith mrs Ann, Spring st s of Pratt 
Smith John, tailor, Pratt ste of Caroline 
Smith mrs Mary, Bond st s of Pratt 
Smith James, carpenter, Apple alley s of Baltimore st 
Smith C. tavern, 49 Centre Market space 
Smith George, waterman, 60 Centre Market space 
Smith mrs Susan, 1 Salisbury st 
Smith David, carpenter, Conway st w of Green 
Smith'^John, Saratoga st w of Park 

Smith Daniel, boot and shoe maker, 26 Pratt st e of Charles 
Smith George, city bailiff, cor Light st and Sugar alley 
Smith Thomas A. blacksmith, Light near Montgomery st 
Smith Wm. dw Lexington e of Courtland st 
Smith Rev. John, pastor of Seamen's Bethel church 33 e Fleet J<t 
Smith John and A iron mt. 4 Pratt st whf dw Saratoga 3 doors 

w of Charles st 
Smith h, Cullimore, blacksmiths, n e cor Thames and Wolf stg 
Smith James, blacksmith, 34 Fell st shop Lancaster bet Ann 

st and Argyle al 
Smith Richard, shoemaker, 24 Thames street 
Smith Griffin, pilot, 29 Alice Anna st 
Smith John, ship joiner, Plappy al near Alice Anna st 
Smith Andrew, Lancaster, e of Bond st 
Smith Peter, Conway st near Gist's Factory 
Smith Robert M Sharp st s of Camden 
Smith John P. coach painter, cor North and Pleasant sta 
Smith Ann, tailoress, North st n of Bath 
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Smith Francis H. dw Holliday s of Saratoga st 
Smith Frederick, fancy dry goods slqre, 1 1 Harrison st 
Smith John, painter, 4 Consiitution st 

Smith John M. carpenter, Exeter near Low dw 156 n Gay st 
Smith James L. tailor, Sterling near Monument st 
Smith mrs Ann, Sterling near Monument st 
Smith Joseph, printer, Humes near High st 
Smith Nicholas, grocer, York av 2 doors n of Monument st 
Smith Alicia, sempstress, Hillen near East st 
Smith Alice, huckster, Frederick near Second si [of Lloyd st 
Smith Ringgold, chair manu. 49 South st dw Water 2 doors w 
Smith Joshua, engineer of Steamboat , dw York e of Light st 
Smith John W., agents office Seond st opp. Trippolelt*s al 
Smith John J. clerk, Lovely lane, bet Calvert and South sts 
Smith mrs., s Howard st 

Smith mrs Mary, fancy dress maker, Pratt w of Howard st 
Smith J. W., mt., dw St. Paul s of Franklin st 
Smith mrs Lambert, Pleasant w of St Paul st 
Smith widow, boarding house, Lexington w of St. Paul st 
Smith Patrick, labourer, Hivlliday near Centre st 
Smith mrs Gay near Frederick st 
Smith Philip R. tailor, Constitution near French st 
Smith John, soap maker, French near East st 
Smith mrs Elizabeth, grocer, Second e of Frederick st 
Smith Thomas, blacksmith, Cambridge st Canton 
Smith George, shoemaker, Fleet st near Strawberry al 
Smith Hannah, 27 Fleet st 
Smith Capt. John A. 27 Fell st 

Smith A. C. miniature painter, Fayette 2 doors w of North st 
Smith Hugh, labourer, French near. Bath st 
Smith James A. carpenter, Harford av near Madison st * 
Smith Thomas, cabinet maker, Commerce s of Water st 
Smith John, blacksmith, Lee e of Charles st 
Smith M. H. 7 e Pratt st 

Smith and Sharkey, wholesale china store, 229i Baltimore si 
Smith Matthew, Sharp st n of Lombard 
Smith Alexander, mt. dw Charles n of Fayette st 
jSmith Fanny, washer. Pine n of Pierce st 
tSraith Joseph, labourer, Saratoga w of Chatsworth st 
tSmith Isaac, Chatsworth n of Franklin st 
fSmith Henry, c )oper, Cove n of Sarah Ann st 
tSmith Rachel, washer, Peach al n t=ide 
ySmith Sarah, washer, Biddle al s of Ross st 
tSmith Sarah A. waiter, Wavne st w of Snarp 
fSmith Stephen, labourer, Half moon al bet East & Douglass sts 
tSmith Wm. grain measurer, Forest n of Douglass st 
jSmiih Charles, porter, cor Long lane and Beard st 
tSmith John, porter. Long lane n of Orleans st 
fSnaith Joseph, sawyer, Short st u of Orleans 
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tSmith John, labourer, Short st s of Jefferson 

f Smith Frederick, labourer, Short al w of Canal st 

tSmith Dorcas, washer, Jefferson w of Canal st 

rSmith Thomas labourer, Cross near Williams st 

fSmith David, labourer, Exeter near French st 

tSmith James, labourer, Ensor st 

tSmith Letty, Perry e of Howard st 

fSmith Isaac, Busj' al s of Sharp st 

tSmith Jacob, Inloes al w of Park st 

tSmith Jimson, Granby st near the Falls 

tSmith James, labourer, Bond n of Pratt st 

tSmilh Nathan, carter, cor Bond and Pinkney sts 

tSmith John, labourer, Happy al s of Pratt st 

tSmith Anthony, caulker, Spring s of Pratt st 

jSmith John, labourer, cor Ann and Bank st 

Smithers James, tailor, 68 n High st 

Smithson mrs Ann, grocer, Canal near Jefferson st 

Smook Peter, currier. Long al n of Franklin st 

JSmothers Rose, labourer, Charles n of Hill st 

Smull David B. copper smith & tinner, cor Pratt and Concord 

sts dw Exeter near Pratt st 
tSmull Clayton, waterman, Salisbury w of Canal st 

Smyth , widow, Fayette e of Sharp st 

Suavely John, confectioner, Exeter near Hillen st 
tSnees Dina, Perry e of Howard st 
Snip Dedrick, grocer, 138 s Eutaw st 
Snow Capt. Freeman, Caroline s of Pratt st 
Snowden Ephraim, drayman, Chesnut al vv of Chatsworth st 
JSnowden Priscilla, washer. Peach al n side 
ISnowden Resin, drayman, Fayette e of Pearl st 
fSnowden Edward, labourer, German w of Pine st 
tSnowden Jesse, labourer, Barre e of Howard st 
Snyder John, Wagon al e of Howard st 
Snyder mrs Hannah, sempstress, Buren near Monument st 
Snyder Charles, tavern, 61 Centre Market space 
Snyder mrs Mary, Exeter 1 door n of Stiles st 
Snyder Caspar, Wolf near Fell st 

Snyder Francis, baker, Alice Anna st 1 door w of Argyle al 
Snyder John, labourer, Shakspeare e of Bond st 
Snyder Dr. Peter, Exeter n of Stiles st 
Snyder mrs Amelia, Franklin w of Chatsworth st 
Snyder Wm. victualler, Cove s of Pratt st 
Snyder Henry, tavern, n w cor Howard and Franklin sts 
Snyder Nicholas Marshall, Mulberry e of Paca st 
Snyder Matthew, baker, 278 n Howard st 
Snyder mrs S. sempstress, 79 s Howard st 
Snyder Wm., clerk, Green n of Paca st 
Snyder mrs Eliza, fancy store, 30 Lexington st 
Snyder Jacob, blacksmith, Crook's row Slonument st 
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Snyder George, tailor, Hollins e of Aisquith st 

Snyder , coach maker, Lombard e of Paca st 

Snyder John, carpenter, Holland e of Aisquith st 

Snyder Joseph, R. keeper of Public store, Bait w of Aisquith st 

Sobbs Charles, blacksmith, Biddle w of Ross st 

Sollers Charles, sawyer, Elbow al w of Green st 

Sellers John, cordvvainer, 56 Centre Market space 

Sollers B. & T. O. hat manu. 15 n Gay st 

Solomon Wm. shoe store, n w cor Bond and Shakspeare sts 

Solomon Benjamin, Green st n of Saratoga 

Solomon Ann, widow, Eden near Mullikin st 

Solomon Wm. sailmaker, 10 Hollins st 

Solsburg James, steam boat fireman. Sugar al w of Light st 

Somer Frederick, boarding house, 45 Bond st 

Somers John, plaisterer, Mulberry st e of Chappel al 

Somers Jacob, coach manu. cor Lombard and Howard sts 

Somers Jacob, grocer, cor Low and Exeter sts 

Somerville Elizabeth, widow, Crook's row Monument st 

Sommers Samuel, painter, 132 Lombard st 

Sommers James, hotel, cor Light and Lombard sts 

Soran John, chair manufacturer, s w cor Bond and Gough sts 

Soubiran David, boarding house, 11 Seoend st 

Souder Conrad, ladies' boot & shoe maker, Caroline s of Wilk 

dw Spring 2 doors s of Bank st 
Southcomb Susan, Low bet Exeter and Potter sts 
Southcomb mrs Elizabeth, cor Gough and Granby sts 
Southcomb Gary, plumber, Ann st near Market dw 33 Thames 
Southcomb mrs Elizabeth, Bond s of Gough st 
tSouthward Thomas, tobacconist. Run al n of Lexington st 
Sowers Charlotte, Lexington e of Rock st 
Spafford mrs Ann, Bond n of Bank st 
Spalding R.R. commission agent,18 Commerce st dw Courtland 

s of Franklin st 
Spalding mrs Maria, 52 n Gay st 

Spalding and Brother, dealers in fancy dry goods, 33 Bait at' 
Spampilion JNicholas, comb maker, 76 Conway st 
Sparks Dorcas, Saratoga eof Rutaw st 
Sparks Samuel R. turner, Mullikin e of Spring st 
tSparr Charles, scowman, Eden s of Bait st 
tSparrow Wm. drayman, Exeter st n of Necessity al 
Speaks Edward, tailor, Forest n of Monument st 
Spear Mudge &. Co., commission house 21 s Charles st 
Spear mrs Leonora, Pratt e of Gough st 
Spear Barbara, dw Pleasant w of St. Paul st 
Spears Wm. Saratoga w of Charles st 
Spedden Edward, brickmaker, Conway w of Eutaw st 
Spedden Nathaniel, rigger, Alice Anna st near Happy al 
Spedden Robert, sailmaker, Gough w of Bond st 
Spedden mrs Margaret, Gough w of Bond st 
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Speddy John, carpenter, Pinkney e of Bond st 
Speed John J. office G.iy s of Second st 
Speer James, (rrocer. Lexington st opposite the Market 
Spence mrs Mary, dw Charles n of Hamihon st 
Spence Elias B. tailor, Pitt w of Aisquith st 
Spence John, bricklayer, Lloyd s of Salisbury st 
Spencer Enoch L. weaver, Saratoga w of Cove st 
Spencer Susan, Pearl n of Bait st 
Spencer Dorothy, mantua maker, 113 s Howard st 
Spencer Thomas Taylor, Fleet st e of ArgyJe al 
Spencer Catherine, tavern, 4 Market st n of Thames 
Spencer Benjamin, Salisbury w of Exeter st 
Spencer Edward, 49 Lexington st 
Spencer Abel, findings store, 24 n Gay st 
tSpencer Philip, drayman, Perry e of Eutaw st 
Spengler Michael, boot and shoe maker. Light st extended 
Spicer Charles, molster, 6 Albemarle st 
Spicer Samuel, cordwainer, McElderry e of Aisquith st 
Spicer Thomas, clerk, of district court, dw Lexington e of Pine 
Spicer John, tailor, Franklin st dw George st w of Pennar 
Spies J. G. comb maker, QQ s Howard st 
Spidden Vincent P. brickmaker. Bait st extended 
Spilcker C. city oil store, 106 Bait st dw Salisbury w of Exeter 
Spikes Capt. Jeremiah, Granby e of 'Gough st 
S[)ilker Charles jr. clerk, Barnet st w of Charles 
Spillman James, hardware mt. Gay st near the Bridge 
Spindler Matthias, wheelwright, Saratoga near Gay st 
Spindler Wm. C. dw e Bait w of Harford run 
Spise Godfrey, comb maker. Low n of Potter st 
Sponsell John, tavern, Saratoga e of Howard st 
Spooner &/ Co. hat store, 72 Baltimore st 
tSprat Joseph, shoemaker, Welcome alley 
Spreckelson George A. Von., ship chandler, 21 Thames st 
Sprigg George, white washer, Hull's lane w of Aisquith st 
Sprigg Daniel, cashier Merchants' bank, dw Fayette w of Park 
Spriggs Green, ostler. Pierce st e ol Cove 
Spriggs Margaret, cor Franklin and Charles sta 
tSpriggs John, caulker, al \v of Light st 
tSpriggs Thomas, drayman. Mechanics' court near High st 
JSpriggs John, whitevvasher, Park n of Lexington st 
fSprijigs Anthony, drayman, Peach al ii side 
Spring Stephen, Lancaster near Bond st 
Springer David C. grocer, adjoining Pratt st bridge dw Stiles e 
Springs City spe pape 12 [of High 

Sproston Dr, office and dw. Saratoga w of Calvert st 
Sprucebaiiks Abraham, rope maker. Light st extended 
Sprucebanks Benjamin, cordwainer, York av 
Spry Henrit^tta, washer, Biddle al s of Ross st 
Spurrier Elijah, millwright, Cove st s of Pierce 
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Director for 1837. ST A 

Spurrier Nelson, attorney at law, Law buildings, dw St. Paul's 
8t n of Lexington „ ., ,- •. o r» n r 

Spurrier Beale, conveyancer, Law Buildings, dw St. Paul s s ot 
Stabler Edward H. Conway e of Howard st [Fayette st 

Stackers Christiana, widow, Low bet Front and High sts 
Stafford Capt. Wm. W. Caroline n of Goagh st 
Stafford Patrick, labourer. Fleet near Caroline st 
Stafford Catherine, cor Wolf and Fell sts 
Stafford Richard, carp nter, 27 Alice Anna st 
Stafford mrs Mary, s e cor Gough and Caroline sts 
Stafford mrs Elizabeth, High n of Water st 
S tage Office, general, Stockton and Stokes, proprietors, under 

the City hotel. 
Stahl Jacob, Harford av near Monument st 
Staines Samuel, carpenter, Wolf n of Alice Anna st 
Stall Andrew, huckster, Harford avenue 
Stall Wm. tavern, Cypress alley 
Stall mrs Barbara, fruit shop, Ensor st extended 
Stall Elizabeth, sempstress, cor Eutaw and Monument sts 
Stall Reanna W. Eden s of Jefferson st 
Stallings John, Albemarle s of \Vilk st 
Stammen Bernard, ornamental painter, 13 Comet st 
Stamp George A. book keeper, 70 Liberty st 
Stams Wm D. 179 Bond st 
Standard George, 56 n Charles st 
tStandsburv Sidney, carpenter's al e of Paca st 
Standwer Philip, carpenter, Holland st extended 
Stanford Thomas H. cordwainer. Pearl n of Mulberry st 
Stanford Henry, hatter, Orleans e of Friendship st 
Stanford Thomas, hatter, Orleans e of Friendship st 
f Stanford CI*-arlotte, Apple al near Fleet st 
Stanley Joseph C. carpenter, Inloes al w of Park st 
Stanley J. P- E. & Co. dealers in stoves, 60 s Calvert st 
Stanley Abraham, labourer, Hull's lane e of Friendship st 
f Stanley Charles, labourer, 8 Douglass st 
tStanley Adam, brickmaker, Williams st extended 
tStanley Jeremiah, waterman, Wilk st w of Star al 
tStanley Washington, waterman, Wilk st 1 door w ot Star al 
Stannes John, Fleet e of Ann st 
Stansbury, James B. druggist, 37 Thames st 
Stansbury John E. carriage owner, s w cor Bona and Lancaster 
Staasbury Robert, labourer, Charles n of West st 
Stansbury Thos.Thompsonian praCtitioner,Bond s ot Lancaster 
StansburF A. M. cooper, Centre near French st Uts 

Stansbury Elijah, jr, lime & hair dealer, cor Fawn & Albemarle 
Stansbury R. boot & shoe maker, Caroline 3 doors s of Fmkney 
Stansbury William, Harford avenue 

Stansbury Emanuel, brickmaker,dw n Gay bet Mott & Aisquith 
Stansbury Tabitha, tailoress, Forest near Hiilen st 
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Stansbury Darius, carpenter, High, 2 doors from Gay d\v High 

near French st 
Stansbury mrs Elizabeth, Canal near Orleans st 
Stansbury Woods &c Co. wholesale dealers in British dry goods, 

n e corner Eutaw and Baltimore streets 
Stansbury Ann, tailoress, Saratoga w of Liberty st 
Stansbury Isaac, hackman, 42 Low st 
Stansbury Nicholas, 51 n Front st 
Stansbury George, Long lane n of Orleans st 
tStansbury Elizabeth, Light st extended 
IStansbury John, labourer, Strawberry al n of Pratt st 
tStansbury, Isaac, labourer, n Gay near Mott st 
Stanton and Noble, harness and collar makers, 75 Bait st dw 

Exeter between Baltimore and Pitt sts 
Stapleton Jos. K. &. Sons brush & bellows manu. 258 w Bait st 
Stapleton Joshua, carpenter. Friendship s of Orleans st 
Stapper George, clerk, Granby st w of Harford run 
Starchman Ann, sempstress, cor East st and Half-moon al 
Starcke Charles, s w ccr Howard st and Cider, al 
Starr Edwin, type founder, 65 n Exeter st 
Starr Johp, porter. Wagon al e of Eutaw st 
Starr James bricklayer, Wagon al e of Eutaw st 
Starr Robert, cordwainer, W^agon al e of Eutaw st 
Starr Robert Y. clerk, 114 Conway st 
Starr Wesley, mt., 9 Light st wharf dw 118 Conway st 
Starr Rebecca, widow, 52 Pitt st 
Starr miss Martha, Thompson w of Aisquith st 
Starr R. & Co. tobacconists, 27 s Calvert st 
Starr Joseph, teacher, Wilk 1 door e of Bond st 
Starr Wesley, grocer, and com mt. Light st wharf dw Conway 

near Eutaw st 
Starr George, porter, Armistead lane near Light st 
Starr John, porter, Armistead lane near Light st 
JStarrett Nancy, washer, Sharp st s of Busy al 
tStarrett Elijah, labourer. Perry e of Eutaw st 
Start Benjamin, carpenter, 142 Aisquith st 
Start Benjamin, agent and collector, 140 Aisquith st 
Startzman Isaac, currier, 56 s Calvert st 
tStaton William, labourer, Eutaw s of Camden st 
Stauter John, horse shoe smith, n Sharp st dvv25IN. Church st 
Staylor Philip, lieutenant of night watch western district, dw 

West near Light st 
Staylor George, grocer. Light st extended 
Staylor Henry, grocer, cor High and French sts 
Staylor Wm. carpenter, French near Potter st 
Staylor John, ropemaker. West near Light st 
Stayton Henry, labourer, East st 2 doors s of Hillen st 
Steam boats see page 38 
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Steel David, cabinet maker, 107 s Howard st 

Steele and Sinton, grocers cor High and Pitt sts 

Steele Saml. clock & watch maker,Centre M. sp. dw 113 Exeter 

Steele Isaac N. attorney at law, olFice Fayette e of St. Paul st 

Steergiiel Peter, grocer, Buren near Madison st 

Steever Daniel, coach inanu. cor Potter and Hillen sts 

Steever George, letter carrier, Saratoga e of Paca st 

Steever rars Mary, Hillen near Potter st 

Steigelman Abraham, cordwainer, 21 e Bait st dw Canal near 

Monument street 
Steiger Ann Margaret, 76 Franklin street 
Steigers Francis J. grocer, n w cor Gay and Front sts 
Siein George, grocer, York avenue 

Stein E. &. R. hatters, East st dw Maiden lane e of East st 
Steiner Michael, carpenter, Wolf n of Fell st 
Steiiiglle Christopher, victualler, Hampstead st 
Steinreader, Lenerick, labourer, Tyson n of Richmond st 
Steiv Charles, teacher, York av near Monument st 
Stembler Nicholas, cordwainer. Bait w of Poppleton st 
Stembler John, cordwainer, Holland st extended 
Stensnn mis., corner Courtland and Mulberry sts 
Stephens Wm. hackman, 64 Potter st 
Stephens Henry, seaman, 45 Hollins st 
Stephens David, cordwainer, Orleans e of Caroline st 
Stephens miss Ann, tailoress, East near Ensor st 
Stephens Jbhn, mt. St. Paul s of Franklin st 
Stephens Alexander, ship carpenter, 31 Philpot st 
Stephens mrs Ehzabeth, huckster, Welcome al near Charles st 
Sterling Wm. tavern, Light st wharf near Barre st 
Sterling James, grocer, cor Exeter and Gay sts 
Sterling Charles, labourer, Long al s of Ross st 
Sterling Sarah, sempstress, Hill bet Light and Charles sts 
Stermer Andrew, weaver, Granby w of Albemarle st 
Steitinius mrs., boarding house, 17 Liberty st [High st 

Steuart David, grocer, cor High &, Hillen sts dw French near 
Steuart John M. attorney at law, office Law buildings 
Steuart Robert S. Granby st w of Harford run 
Steuart Dr, Saratoga w of St. Paul's st 
Steuart Wm. waterman, Market st w of Thames 
Steuart Col. AVm. dw s High st office Pratt st near the Bridge 
Steuart James E. lumber mt. Pratt st w of Falls dw Albemarle 

n of Pratt st 
Steuart Genl. G. H. attorney at law, 18 St. Paul st 
tSteuart Thomas, sawyer, Chatsworth st s of Chesnut al 
Stevens Eleanor, cor Caroline and Bank sts 
Stevens John A. grocer, s e cor Albemarle and Pratt sts 
Stephens Timothy, bacon merchant, cor Balto. and Canal sts 
Stephens John, labourer, Montgomery st vv of Light 
Stevens Jane, baker, Saratoga st w of Cove 
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Stevens mrs Cecilia, Lloyd st n of Water 

Stephens Wm. baker, e Water st w ot Exeter 

JStephens Lloyd, hackman, Pinkney st e of Spring 

tStevens Milly, Happy alley near Bank st 

Stevens Littleton, waterman, Salisbury st w of Canal 

Stevenson Capt. John, Bond st s of Bank 

Stevenson Henry, tanner and currier, Baltimore st extended 

Stevenson & Booth, tan yard, Rock st w of Schroeder 

Stevenson Gideon, currier, 45 s Calvert st 

Stevenson James N. grocer, 45 Franklin st 

Stevenson Joshua, clerk, Saratoga st e of Green 

Stevenson Mary, n Howard st n of Madison 

Stevenson Ureth, widow, 43 n Front st 

Stevenson Henry, tanner and currier, Baltimore st e of Lloyd 

4:Stevenson Daniel, waterman, Bounty lane near Caroline si 

fStevenson John, bricklayer, Eager al s of Mulberry st 

JStevenson Joshua, bricklayer, Potter ste of Low 

tStevenson James, labourer, Williams st extended 

tSievenson Sophia, cook shop, 29 Centre Market space 

Steward mrs E. Saratoga st e of Green 

Steward Wm. blacksmith, 7 Cove st 

Steward Charles R. surveyor, Green st s of Franklin 

Stewart George, brickmaker, cor Park and Pine sts 

Stewart Mary J. tailoress, Mulberry st e of Pine 

Stewart Wm. blacksmith, Baltimore st e of Cove 

Stewart Wm. tailor, Eutaw st s of Lexington dw Pearl stsof do 

Stewart John, tailor, Mulberry st e of Eutaw 

Stewart Wm. J. tailor, 25 Eufaw st 

Stewart Wm. iron founder, JNIadison st w of Eutaw 

Stewart John, lime and feed dealer, Ellicott st dw Howard st 

6 of Richmond 
Stewart Edw. brickmaker, Paca st s of Columbia 
Stewart Columbus J. brass founder, 13 s Paca st 
Stewart Wm. city commissioner, Paca st s of Camden 
Stewart Samuel, carpenter, cor Eutaw and Lombard sts 
Stewart Ebenezer, huckster, Columbia al w of Paca st 
Stewart David, s e cor Hanover and Lombard sts 
Stewart Jos. B. huckster, Leest e of Hanover 
Stewart John, waiter, Montgomery st e of Charl'^s 
Stewart James, grate and fender maker, 12 Pitt st 
Stewart mrs Mary, Wolf st s of Fleet 
Stewart Joseph, Bond st i door s of Lancaster 
Stewart Henry, copper smith, Gough st s of Eden 
Stewart Mary K. Baltimore st 1 door w of Bond 
Stewart J. A. & Co. brass founders, 16 Lombard st 
Stewart Rebecca J. Wolf st n of Conway 
Stewart Jos. merchant tailor, 2 New st 
Stewart Eleanora, 2 New Church st 
Stewart mrs E. dry goods store, Lee st w of Charles 

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Stewart David, attorney at law, 20 St. Paul's st dw Franklin 

between Charles and St. Paul's 
Stewart John, stables, Calvert st n of Saratoga dw next door 
Stewart Wm. C. morocco finisher, dw Holliday st n of Saratoga 
Stewart Jos. VV. & Co. coal grate manufactory, 64 Balto. st 
Stewart Jos. W. of above firm, dw over 64 Baltimore st 
Stewart James, victualler, Constitution st near French 
Stewart Jos. J. grocer, cor Gay and Forest sts 
Stewart George, grocer, Harford avenue 
Stewart Robert, grocer, Forest st near French 
Stewart Wm. drayman, Orleans st e of Eden 
btewart Mordecai, loiter carrier Canal st near Jefferson 
Stewart Edward, blacksmith, Mercer st e of Light 
Stewart Nelson, house carpenter, Armistead lane e of Light st 
Stewart John, clerk, Pitt st e of Strawberry alley 
Stewart David, 7 Salisbury st 

Stewart Wm. P. & Co. importers of dry goods, 199 Balto. st 
f Stewart Charles, labourer, Front st near Bath 
tStewart Julia, washer, Guilford al w of Light st 
fStewart Sally, Mechanics' court near High st 
tStewart Isaac, labourer, Elbow lane 
tStewart Isaac, labourer, Run al n of Lexington st 
tStewart Robert, labourer, Long al s of New st 
tSiewart Stephen, labourer, J.ong al s of New st 
tStewart Frances, washer. Hill st near Charles 
tStewart Margaret, Bath st near Davis 
tSlewarl Ennals, labourer, Charles st s of West 
tStewart Charles, cartw, Charles st s of Hill 
TStewart Wm. carter, Hanover st n of Montgomery 
tStewart Rezin, labourer, Marion st w of Park 
JStewart John, labourer, Hill st w of Sharp 
tStewart Hannah, Sharp st near Hill 
iStewart Win. labourer, Happy al 1 door s of Bank st 
Sticher John, cabinet maker. Park st s of Lexington 
Stich Martha, Greenwillow st s of Pennsylvania avenue 
Stickney &l Noyes, agents American hardware, 12 s Charles 
Stidger John, blacksmith, Baltimore st extended 
Siiep Michael, tailor, Biddle st n of Pennsylvania avenue 
Stieringer Mrs. Elizabeth, Potter st between Gay and Hillen 
Stiff Ed w. hat manufactory, 4 n Gay st near Falls 
Stiff Ellen, York st w of Light 
Siigers Ellen, confectioner, Penn av s of Union st 
Stiles Estella, widow, n Exeter st between Low and Pitt 
Stilley John, grocer, s e cor Pratt and President sis 
Stillings mrs Lydia, boarding house, n e cor High & Pratt sts • 
Stiltz Daniel, carpenter, St. Paul's st n of Hamilton 
Stilson Catherine, china and glass store, 40 n Howard st 
Stimple Anthony, tanner, Charles si s of Montgomery 
Stimpton James, 49 Albemarle st 

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STO Matched s Baltiinore 

Stinchcomb John, wagoner, Baltimore st e of Cove 

Siinchcornb Victor, cooper's shop, Baltimore ste of Cove 

Stinchcomb Joshua, cooper, Columbia st s of Ross 

Siine Frederick, blacksmith. Block st near draw bridge 

Stine Col. John, Mulberry st w of Paca 

Stiner Abraham, Mulberry st e of Pine 

Stinger Jas. glass blower, Federal hill near Glass house 

Stinger Jiio. glass blower. Federal hill near Glass house 

Stirling Archibald, treas. Savings Bank, Bait, st w of Har. run 

Stirling Elizabeth, 20 s Exeter st 

Stirling Elizabeth, VVilk st 1 door from Eden 

Stirling Esther, grocer, Wilk st bridge 

Stites Wm. carpenter, Pitt st e of Strawberry alley 

Sliver Henry, blacksmith, Holland st extended 

Stobt Henry, barber, Thames st w of Market 

Stocer Elizabeth, tailoresS; 89 s Howard st 

Stockett James, carpenter. Vine st w of Cove 

Stocksdiile Nelson, clothing store,'.C)6 Centre Market space 

SlocksdaleEdw. sawyer, cor Park and Amity sts 

Stockton & Stokes, stage proprietors, under City hotel, coach 

manufactory North st near Madisoti 
Stockton R. C. of above firm, dw St. Paul's st n of Lexington 
Stockton Rev. C. Saratoga st w of Howard 
Stockton John, blacksmith, Alice Anna st w of Ann 
Stocks George, bookbinder, Eutaw st n of Pratt 
Stoeser Matthias, cordvvainer, Saratoga st e of Poppleton 

Stoker , labourer, Argyle al s ol' Fleet st 

Stokes Andrew, Shakspeare st w of Mfyrket 

Stokes Wm. B. dvr Courtland st w of Mulberry 

Stokes miss R. Front st between Baltimore and Pitt 

tStokes Darius, drayman. Forest st s of Douglass 

tStokes Robert, carter, Short st n of Orleans 

f Stokely Martin, Apple al s of Fleet st 

Stokinger John, Strawberry alley near Wilk st 

Stolp Lewis, confectioner. Green st s of Fayette 

Stoipp Jacob F. tobacconist, cor Gay and East sts 

Stone Seth, bricklayer, North st 2 doors from Saratoga 

Stone mrs Anna VV. French st near Bath 

Stone James E. house and sign pai iter, Paca st n of Baltimore 

Stone mrs Mary, dry goods dealer, 64 Hanover st 

Stone John W blacksmith, Montgomery st near Charles 

Stonebraker George, mt. 59 Lombard st dw 4^2 Hanover st 

Stoner John L. lottery and exchange broker, 3 e Baltimore st 

Stoops Oliver, Lexington st e of Freeman 

Stoops Aaron, shoe store, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 

Storks John, cabinet maker, 109 Green st 

Story Ann Louisa, teacher. Forest st w of Harford run 

Stouflfer Jacob, flour and grocery store^ dw Marion st 

Stouffer John, flour merchant, Paca st n of Fayette dw Paca s 

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Stout Joseph, grocer, n w cor Cove and Lexington sta 

Stout Francis, street paver, Mullikin st e of Caroline 

Staut Henry, attorney at law, Fayette st near Calvert 

Stout Wm. blacksmith, Forest st n of Monument 

Stout Daniel, coach trimmer, Harford av near Monument st 

Stout Charles, coach painter, Falls st near Buren 

Stoutzberger Andrew, market man, Harford avenue 

Stover Jacob, dyer, Sarah Ann st near Poppleton 

Stover Albert, grocer, 43 n Exeter st 

Stow VVm. tailor, s Howard st 

Stow Thomas, steam saw mill, Uhler's alley, dw Hamilton st 

Slradley John, rigger, 18 Alice Anna st 

Stradlee Catherine. Shakspeare st w of Apple alley 

Stran mrs Thomas P. 3 Tiiames st 

Siran Michael, professor of music, Holland st w of Eden 

Straney John, grocer, Saratoga st w of Chatsworth 

Stranle}' Rachel, 75 Alice Anna st 

Stranley James, variety store, 2"^ Baltimore st dw same 

Stratton E. N. furnishing store, Holliday st near Baltimore 

StraUon Ellon, widow, Orleans st e of Aisquith 

JStravlice Hester, washer, Charles st n of Hill 

Strebeck John, carpenter, Argyle al n of Fleet st 

Strebeck John C. dry goods store, 5 w Baltimore st 

Street , Concord st s of Pratt 

Street Thomas, Cove st s of Lexington 
Street John C. dry goods store, 5 Baltimore st dw 49 Front 
Streets John, runner of Cohen's Bank, dw Lee st near Light 
Strepple John P. engineer, Lee st betw Light and Charles 
Stretch Wm. stone ware potter, Washington st s of Wilk 
Stretch Samuel, tailor, QQ n Exeter st 

Strickland , ship carpenter, Gough st e of Caroline 

Strischka J. A dry goods store, Lexington st e of Green 

Strobel Philip L. 62 Bond st [43 Bond 

Strobel John P. porter celler, s e cor Thames and Bond sts dw 

Strohm J. F. & Co. com. mts. 40 s Gay st 

Stromenger John, second hand store, Pratt st e of President 

Strong John, clerk, cor Douglass and East sts 

Strong James, porter. Hill st w ol Light 

Strong M. hatter, Orleans st e of Caroline 

Stroud Rebecca, tailoress, Mulberry st near Calvert- 

Sluart & Bolton, paint, oil and glass store, 71 McElderry's wf. 

Stuart James, of above firm, dw Caroline st s of Pratt 

Stubbs Joseph, carpenter, Barre st e of Sharp 

Stubbs John, locksmith and bellhanger, Harrison st 5th door 

from Gay, dw next door 
Stull Eli, agent, Pearl st n of Mulberry 
Stump Samuel, flour inspector, 117 Hanover st 
Stump Samuel, Jr. attorney at law, Charles st n of Fayette 
Strumbacker Henry, blacksmith, Monument e of Constitution 
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Struthoff Elizabeth, baker, 39 n Exeter st 

Sturgeon Edw. waterman, Lee st e of Charles 

Sturgeon Edw. clothing store, 42 Centre Market igpace 

Sturgeon Wm. cordwainer, Gough st 1 door s of Gran by 

Sturgess Nancy, sempstress, Barre st e of Sharp 

Sturgess John, waterman, 54 Fleet st 

Sturman E. W. auctioneer, cor Eutaw and Lexington sts 

Sturms Christian, piano manufactory, cor Liberty and German 

Sturmy Susanna, Wagon a! e of Howard st 

Sullivan James, dw Albemarle st n of Pratt 

Sullivan Edw. oak cooper, Henrietta st near Light 

Sullivan Jas. S. carter, Lombard st e of Paca 

Sullivan John P. clothing store, 42 s Calvert st dw cor Sharp 

Sullivan Hetty, widow, Potter st near Gay [and Pratt 

Sullivan Francis, shoemaker, Cove st w ol Franklin 

Sullivan David, tea dealer and grocer, cor Pine and Lexington 

Sullivan Robert, innkeeper, 9 Franklin st 

Sullivan John, weaver, LFnion st s of Ross 

Sullivan St Coates, painters and glaziers, Pratt st e of Paca 

Sullivan Wm. painter, 3 Perry st 

Sullivan Hiram, labourer, Richmond st e of Howard 

Sullivan John, tobacco inspector, 112 Hanover st 

Sullivan Jas. com. mt. 18 Spear's wf. dw Monument e of Eden 

Sullivan Thomas, currier, 37 s Calvert st dw Albemarle betw 

Water and Plowman 
fSullivan Daniel, labourer, Chapel alley s of Mulberry st 
Sultzbach Peter, cordwainer. Chestnut al e of Pearl st 
Sultzer Sebastian, clerk, York av near Monument st 
Summerville Mrs. Catherine, Exeter st 2 doors from Gay 
Summerviile Henry V. dw Sharp st s of German 
Sumn)erville Mrs. Nancy, 28 Hanover st 
Sumner &- Robinson, merchants, 15 Bowley's wharf 
Sumner Henry P. mt. dw Charles st 2 doors n of Mulberry 
Sumpster Robert, brickmaker, s e cor Light and York sts 
Sumwalt Wm. bricklayer, Howard st 

Sum wait John F. clerk Bank of Balto. dw Sharp st w of Lee 
Sumwalt George B, carpenter, cor Light st and Sugar alley 
Sumwalt Joshua, stone cutter, Pratt st dw cor Pierce 8c Vine 
Sumwalt Frederick, 2^8 n Howard st 
Sumwalt Jesse, plaisterer, 228 n Howard st 
Sunday School Union Depository, 15 s Calvert st 
Sunderland John, bricklayer, 150 Low st 
Sunderland Basil, ship joiner, cor Pratt and Market sts 
Super mrs John, 27 VYater st 
tSurvoy Basil, labourer, Montgomery st w of Sharp 
tSurvoy Samuel, labourer, Fayette st e of Run alley 
Suter Charles, cabinet maker, Pratt st near bridge, dw Presi- 
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Suter Samuel, shoemaker, Cove st betw Fraukliu & Pierce 
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Suter George, Baltimore st w of Popplcton 

Suter Alexander, tinner, Vine st w of Cove 

Suter George, victualler, Penn avenue extended 

Suter James S. turner, 7 Concord st dw Forest w of Harf. run 

Suthkopf Charles, cordwainer, n Howard st n of Madison 

Sulliff Thomas, china store, cor Howard and Lexington sts dw 

Lexington w of Eutavv 
Sutton Capt T. Norfolk Line Steam Boats, Eden st g of Pratt 
Sutton H. blacksmith. Constitution st near Monument 
Sutton Vincent, carpenter, ll McClellan's st 
Sutton & Hall, merchant tailors, 7 s Gay st 
tSutton Richard, labourer, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
tSutton Abraham, baker, Short st s of Orleans 
Swaim John, victualler, Gallows Hill 
Swaim Benjamin, cor Silver and Spring sts 
Swaim George, butcher, Monument st e of Eden 
Swan Wm. dry goods merchant, ?20 Baltimore st 
Swan Wm. Charles st n of Lexington 
Swan James, cor Fayette and Calvert sts 
Swarer Elizabeth, widow, Orleans st w of Caroline 
Swarer Philip, coach maker, Exeter st near Hillen 
Swartz John, carpenter, Canal st near Orleans 
Swartzman Joseph, 112 Eutaw st 
Sweeney Richard, chair maker, s High st n of Water 
Sweeney Dennis, coach painter, George st e of Pine 
Sweeney P. M. grocer, cor Columbia and Eutaw sts 
Sweet Leonard, bakery, 66 s Charles st 
Sweeting Edw. T. bricklayer, Monument st e of Eden 
Swick Charles, rigger, Fleet si 2 doors from Argyle alley. 
Swift Wm. \. constable, Pinkney st near Bond 
Swinney Jos. shoe store, Orleans st betw Aisquith and Short 
Switzcr Wm. cordwainer, cor Seminary lane and Penn av 
Switzer John, cordwainer, do do do 

Switzer Frederick, painter, do do do 

Switzer & Lant, painters and glaziers, Eutaw st n of Saratoga 
Switzer Joseph, Strawberry al near Alice Anna st 
Swiver Capt. John, Stiles st w of Albemarle 
tSworden Wm. labourer, Johnson st s of Cross 
Swords Andrew, orange seller, 15 Commerce st 
Swormstedt James, printer, Orleans st w of Aisquith 
Sybertz G. A. vvathchmaker, 39 Bond st 
Sykes John, foundry man, Williams st near Cross 
Syloane Henry, wheelwright, Holland st 
Symington Amelia, s e cor Caroline and Fleet sts 
Symington James, shopkeeper, 10 Commerce st 
Symington Thomas, coal mt. cor Gay and Pratt sts 
Sypes Peter, cordwainer, Cove st extended 

Talbot J. boarding house, 25 s Howard st 
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Talbot James, blacksmish, Wilk st vv of President 
Talbot Perry, labourer, Salisbury st w of Canal 
|Talbot Samuel, labourer, Spring st n ofGough 
tTalbot Murray, waterman, Salisbury st e of Lloyd 
Talbott Edw. constable, cor Aisquith and Orleans sts 
Taney Hon. R. B. chief justice of U. S. Court, dw Lexington 
Tappin Jas weaver, Saratoga st w of Cove [near Courtland 
Tare Washington, ship carpenter, Ann st near Lancaster 
Tarlton Benjamin, cooper, Green st s of Conway 
Tamer John, Pearl st n of Fayette 
Tarr Edwin S. cabinet wareroom, 41 n Gay st 
Tarr VVm. cabinet maker, n Gay st near Molt 
Tarring Wm. Sen. painter, 79 Liberty st dw Spring Gardens 
Tarring Wm. painter, Barre st vv of Hanover 
Tarring John, painter, Barre st w of Hanover 
Tarter John, carter, Chesnut alley e of Pearl st 
tTarter Henry, porter, Ross st e of St Mary's 
Tatham Daniel, Sen. Light st s of Hill 
Taylor Henry, weaver, Saratoga st extended 
Taylor mrs Mary, sempstress. Freeman st n of Lexington 
Taylor David, carpenter, Lexington st e of Liberty, dw Frank- 
Taylor Hezekiah, porter, Pine st near Vine [lin w of Pearl 
Taylor Edw. constable, 88 Market st 
Taylor Margaret, Caroline st n of Fleet 
Taylor George, carpenter, cor Stiles and President sts 
Taylor Wm. waterman, cor Bond st and Argyle alley 
Taylor Capt. Thomas, Caroline row, Caroline st 
Taylor John, tanner, Caroline row, Caroline st 
Tayloi Charles R. Caroline row, Caroline st 
Taylor S.unuel, Pinkney st e of Bond 
Taylor Robert A. commission merchant, firm Adams & Co. 11 

Bovvley's wharf, dw Albemarle near Water 
Taylor &, Maffitt, tavern, 45 Centre Market space 
Taylor Capt. L. G. s High st n of Pratt 
Taylor & Sons, warehouse, 275 Baltimore st 
Taylor J. & Sons, wholesale grocers St commission merchants, 

cor Eutaw st and Eutaw alley 
Taylor Wm W. dw s e cor Calvert and Lexington sts 
Taylor Mary, 79 Bond st 

Taylor Capt. Wm. S. mariner, Alice Anna st vv of Ann 
Taylor Henry, oak cooper, 6 Perry st 

Taylor B. & Brown, wholesale hardware store, 164* Balto. st 
Taylor Thomas, boot and shoe maker, 6 Pratt st 
Taylor John \. clothing store, 89 Baltimore st dw Fayette 4th 

door e of Calvert 
Taylor Wm. H. tobacconist. Gay st near bridge 
Taylor mrs H. A. milliner, s w cor Baltimore Sc Frederick sis 
Taylor mrs Margaret, n Gay st near East 
Taylor Capt. James, Front st near Bath 
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Taylor Major, carpenter, German st near Sharp, d\v cor Front 
Taylor Samuel, stone cutter, 79 Green st [and Bath 8ts 

Taylor Samuel, wood cutter, Sugar alley e of Charles st 
Taylor James, weaver, cor Ross and Preston sts 
Taylor John, dry goods merchant, 20 n Howard st dw 47 do. 
Taylor Joseph, merchant, 122 Lombard st 
Taylor Hester A. washer, betw Perry and Conway sts 
Taylor Robert A. merchant, cor Franklin and Charles sts 
Taylor J. wood corder, Lee st e of Hanover 
Taylor Lewis, marble cutter, cor Charles and Perry sts 
Taylor William, cordwainer, cor Charles st and Sugar alley 
Taylor Asbury, coach maker, Monument st n of Spring 
Taylor Thomas W. 112 n High st 
Taylor Richard, plane maker, 28 n Exeler st 
Taylor Lewis, mariner, 28 n Exeter st [lison alley 

Taylor and McNeal, proprietors of scows, cor Pratt st and Al- 
Taylor Robert, of above firm, cor Frederick and Baltimore sis 
Taylor & Willet, 20 Cheapside 
Taylor Nathan, 40 Albemarlest 
Taylor Rhoads, coope;, Water st w of Calvert 
Taylor Roberr, merchant, cor Charles and Mulberry sts 
tTaylor Isaac, stevadore, Apple alley s of Bank st 
tTaylor Henry, labourer. Mechanics' Court near High si 
tTaylor James, ealker, Spring st s of Gough 
tTaylor Fanny, washer, Canal st near Orleans 
JTaylor Oscar, tailor, 22 Lombard st w of Light 
tTaylor John, labourer, Spring st n of Gough 
tTaylor Abraha'm, caulker, Strawberry alley near Gough st 
tTaylor Dorcas, Alice Anna st near Bond 
tTaylor Abraham, labourer, Monument st w of Spring 
|Taylor Christiana, washer, Potter st e of Low 
tTaylor John, labourer, 57 n Exeter st 

Teackle S. G. M. attorney at law, 18 St. Paul's st. dw Howard 
ITaylor Charlotte, e Water st w of Lloyd [st near Monument 
Teackle Dr. J. M e Baltimore st w of Exeter 
Teale mrs E. milliner, 163 Hanover st 
Teal Archibald, blacksmith, Wolf st s of Alice Anna 
Teale James, foundrym.an, Light st near Hill 
Tean George, clerk, dw Charles st n of Barre 
Tearrol Harriet, Hanover s of Hughes st 
Tease John, plaisterer, Pine sf, s of Lexington 
Teal Thos. ship carpenter, 16 Bond st 
Teal Adam, 8 Lancaster 

Temperley T. innkeeper, cor Howard and Mulberry 
Temple George, Apple alley s of Alice Anna st 
Tenain John, grocer, cor Columbia st & Bottle alley [Saratoga 
Tenant Thos. stock maker, 3 South st. dw North, Sd house from 
Tenant mrs. Mary, s w corner of Gay & Second 
Tenant Thos. W. dw Courtland s of Frankli^i 
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tTenant Henry, paper hanger, Beard st near Long iane 

Tennison Joseph, n e cor Eden and Wilk sis 

Tensfield Frederick, horse shoe manufaclory, Lombard st w of 

Light, dw Light st 
Tensfield Wm. frrocer, Light st near Lombard . 
Terine Peter H. 53 Centre Market space 
Terral Capt. Michael, Eden st 1 door s of Pratt 
Terral Gardner, cedar cooper, Marion st w of Park 
Terry mrs Eliza, cor Lloyd and Salisbury sts 
Thacher Capt. Isaac, 13 Fountain Row, Spring st 
Thater Philip, Columbia st s e of Howard 
Thayer Cap'.. Laban, Block st 
Thayter and Kouze, shoe manufactory, 94 Pratt st 
Theatres, see page 19 

Therle Catherine, shop keeper, Armistead lane w of William st 
Therlow John, cooper, Annst s of AHce Anna 
Thinow John, Lancaster st w of Market 
Thirbrir'Mary, Lerew's alley s of Franklin st 
Thomas and Mills, lumber yard, Falls head of Union dock 
Thomas David E. of above firm, dvv 43 Fayette st 
Thomas Sarah, sempstress, n w cor Market and Fleet sts 
Thomas Wm. B. 14 Market st f. p. [Market 

Thomas John G. tavern and boarding house, 9 Thames st e of 
Tiiomas James H. grocer, s vv cor Wilk st and Strawberry alley 
Thomas Joseph, Happy alley n of Alice Anna st ' 
Thomas Mary, Ann st e of Wilk 
Tliomas, Mrs Mary, 17 Thames st 

Thomas James, rigger, Strawberry alleys of Alice Anna st 
Thomas Mrs Sophia, 96 s High st 
Tiiomas Mary, cor Market space and Water st 
Thomas Garrison, brickmaker, s Howard st near Wine 
Thomas D. E. 43 Fayette st e of Sharp 
Thomas Mrs. tailoress, Charles st s of Lee 
Thomas Eleanora, 21 Fayette st 
Thomas Sarah, Balh st e of Davis 
Thomas William, wheelwright, Hillen st near Exeter 
Thomas James, hat manufactory, 56 Centre Market space 
Thomas, Owen, baker, Montgomery st e of Charles 
Thomas Balington, labourer, Montgomery st e of Charles 
Thomas Mrs Jane, shoebinder, C Jackson'^Court 
Thomas Edward C. tobacconist, Eutawst n of Ballimore, dw 

cor Saratoga and Green sts 
Thomas Arthur, cily collector. Vine st w of Cove 
ThomasJoseph, bricklayer, cor Pearl st and Park lane 
Thomas Samuel, watchman. Park lane e of Pine st 
Thomas John, watchman, Fayette st e of Pine 
Thomas John, carpenter, St. Marv's st n of Penn. avenue 
Thomas Dr. R. H. cor Sharp and Lombard sts 
Thomas Philip E. dw Sharp st s of Lombard 
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Thomas Sterling, butcher, Holland st w of Long lane 

Thomas & Co. dealers in hardware and saddlery, 196 Balto. st 

Thomas Mrs D. S. 45 s Charles st 

Thomas Rachel, Potter st e of Gay 

Thomas Levin, labourer, Orleans st e of Caroline 

Thomas Rodger, pilot, Orleans st vv of Caroline 

Thomas, Henry, clerk, McElderry's st e of Aisquith 

Thomas James, cabinet m^aker, Low st n of Exeter- 

Thomas Mrs Margaret, 96 n Exeter st 

Thomas MrsTJane"; 130 n Exeter st 

Thomas Jos. turner, McClellan's alley near Fayette st. dw opp. 

tThomas Richard, carter, w of Cove st s of Franklin 

IThomas Harriet, labourer^ Saratoga st extended 

tThomas Hazel, drayman. Park lane e of Amity st 

tThomas James, labourer, Perry st e of Eutaw 

IThomas Isaac, sawyer, Lerew's alley n of Monument st 

"Thomas Perry, sailor, Lerew's alley n of Saratoga st 

;Thomas Gustavus, baker, Little Sharp st s of Saratoga 
;:Thomas Wm. porter, Comb alley w of Hill st 
JThomas Terentius, labourer. Welcome alley w of Hanover st 
::Thomas Sarah, sempstress, Short st n of Orleans 
'Thomas Mabal, Hamburg st opp Telegraph 
tThomas Mrs. Centre st w of St. Paul 
JThomas John, labourer. Centre st vv of St. Paul's 
IThomas Lucfttia, washer, Conway st e of Hanover 
tThomas Clara, washer, Columbia st e of Howard 
JTtiomas Alexander, white washer, Hanover stn of Montgomery 
JThomas James, blacksmith, Sharp st n of Lexington 
tThomas Sarah, washer, cor Liberty and Marion sts 
fThomas William, drayman, Lerew's alley s of Franklin st 
JThomas Maria, Apyle alley s of Baltimore st 
{;Thomas Richard, carter, Bank st e of Ann 
tThomas Rachel, Spring alley near Wilk st 
Thompson Robert, grocer, n w cor Ann and Lancaster sts 
Thompson Capt. Alexander, s w cor Ann and Lancaster sts 
Thompson William, shipwright, Wilk st n of Washington 
Thompson Ann, Argyle alleys of Wilk st 

Thompson , waterman. Bond st s of Wilk 

Thompson Edward, wheelwright and blacksmith, 65 Bond st 
Thompson William, shipping master, 27 Bond st 
Thompson John, labourer. Bank st near Happy alley 
Thompson James, customs, 14 Alice Anna st 
Thompson John, lumber inspector, Exeter st n of Wilk 
Tiiorapson James, labourer, head of Howard st 
Thompson Mrs Catherine, e Baltimore st e of Eden 
Thompson Joseph, grocer, cor Park st and Wagon alley 
Thompson Charles, grocer, cor Sharp and ^qv^ Church sts 
Thompson Mrs Ann, dress maker, Calvert st n of Bath 
Thompson Mrs Ann. Saratoga st Court near Holliday 
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Thompson Samuel, cabinet ware room, Baltimore st 2d door from 

Harrison and 13 Harrison st. dw 13 Harrison st 
Thompson Thomas, carpenter, Ensor st near Mott 
Thompson Samuel, cordwainer, Ensor st'n of Monument 
Thompson Elias, Ensor st n of Monument 
Tiiompson Parker, oak cooper, Falls st near Constftution 
Thompson Thomas jr. chair maker, Mott st near Gay 
Thompson Wm. fisherman, York avenue near Monument st 
Thompson Henry & Son, com. mts. 41 s Gay si 
Thompson Henry, merchant, dvv e Baltimore st w of Aisquith 
Thompson Mrs Ann, sempstress. Commerce st n of Pratt 
Thompson J. S. Hollins st s side 
Thompson Thomas F. carpenter, lOO^EutaAV st 
Thompson Richard, carriage lamp manufactory, Fayette st w of 
Thompson David H. Pac.a st n of Franklin " [Howard 

Thompson Allen, ship carpenter. Sharp st s of Hill 
Thompson Harrison, weaver, Richmond st e of Howard 
Thompson Thomas, sawyer. Chapel alley n of Pleasant st 
Thompson John, carpenter, Henrietta st w of Charles 
Thompson Alexander, shoe maker, Monument st e of Eden 
Thompson William, candle makeir, Monument st e of Eden 
Thompson Joseph B. tobacconist, Market space, dw 5 Pitt st 
Thompson James, com. nit. 2 O'Donnell's whf. dw 53 Pitt »t 
Thompson Georfje, grocer, 55 Pitt st 
Thompson Mrs Mary, cor East and Douglass sts* 
Thompson John, seaman, East st n of Halfmoon alley 
Thompson John, painter, Mulliken st w of Strawberry alley 
Thompson James, mariner, Orleans ste of Caroline 
Thompson James, plaisterer, Forest st e of Aisquith 
Thompson Joseph, bricklayer, Forest st e of Aisquith 
Thompson Mary, Gl Aisquith st 
Thompson Ann M. dry goods store, 122 n High st 
Thompson James, mariner, 62 n High st 
Thompson Samuel, secretary/ Balto. Insurance Co. dvv e Calti 

more st e of Aisquith 
Thompson and Spaulding, com. agents, 18 Commerce st 
Thompson D. and W. saddlers, harness and trunk makers, 26 
Thompson Chas. drayman, Salisbury st w of Canal [South s 
Thompson Wm. wheelwright, 6 Franklin row 
Thompson W. A. dw Franklin st e of Chatsworth 
Thompson Samuel, tobacconist. Pine st n of Pierce 
Thompson Mrs Ann, sempstress. Pine st s of Saratoga 
Thompson Edward, bricklayer, Mulberry st w of Chatsworth 
Thompson John, 51 Pearl st 
Thompson Richard, watchman, 29 Vine st 
Thompson John D. dvv North st s of Pleasant 
Thompson William, coach maker, Harford av near Madison st 
tThomspon Ann, Alice Anna st near Bond 
tThompson Mary, washer, Perry st e of Eutaw 
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tThompson Charles, labourer, Frederick st near Etna lane 
tThompson David, sawyer, Exeter st near Hume 
tThompsoa Robt. labourer, Eastern Shore Row near Conway st 
tThompson Jacob, labourer. Honey alley w of Hanover st 
tThompson Edward, hackman, Caroline st n of Pratt 
tThompson Alexander, Strawberry alley n of Gough Bt 
tThompson William, Bishop's alley near Pratt st 
tThompson Chloe, Wolf st s of Fleet 
fThompson David, drayman, Lerew's alleys of Franklin st 
^Thompson Pompey, labourer, Little Sharp st s of Barnet 
fThompson William, steam boat hand. Forest st n of Aisquith 
tThompson Temperance, white washer, Sugar al. e of Charles st 
Thornburg Margaret, s Sharp st s of German 
Thorns Thomas, blacksmith, Harrison st near Gay 
Thornton Samuel, tailor. Canal st near Orleans 
Thornton E. A. purser in navy, Fayette st w of Eutaw 
Thornton Rev. Thomas, 8 Green st s of Franklin 
Thornton John, carpenter, William st n of Cross 
tThornton John, hackman Sharp st s of Saratoga 
Thorpe William W. tin manufacturer, 1 s Eutaw st 
Thorpe William, bricklayer, Saran Ann st w of Poppleton 
Thorpes Joshua, bricklayer, Saratoga st w of Cove 
Thprpes Wm. druggist, n Howard st s of Saratoga, dw 135 
Three Tuns Tavern, s w cor Pratt and Paca sts [Eutaw 

Threkeld, Eli-jah, rope maker, Pinkney st e of Market 
Thrush Nicholas, comb maker, Green st s of Conway 
Thuinberneck Anthony, labourer. Spring st s of Gough 
Thurston Phineas P. confectioner, cor Pratt st and Ch«apside 
Thuston David auctioneer, Madison st w of Howard 
Tiahn Philip, cordwainer. New st e of Long alley 
Tibbals Mrs Susan, tailoress, Potter st n of Gay 

Tice Ann Maria, cook shop, Bath st e ol Davis 

Tidings Mrs Susan, Harford avenue 

Tidings Leonard, rope maker, Harford avenue 

Tidings Lewis, butcher, Orleans st e of Caroline 
Tiernan Charles, Lexington st vv of Charles 

Tiernan Patrick, grocer, 4 s Charles st. dw 98 Park st 

Tiernan Luke, dw cor Charles and Fayette sts 
|Tiernan Patrick, labourer, Lerew's alley s of Franklin st 

Tiffany Henry, wholesale com. domestic warehouse, 205 w Balto. 

Tiffany, Shaw fe Co. wholesale com. domestic warehouse, 199 1-2 
w Baltimore st 

Tiffany, Ward & Co. wholesale com. mts. 1 Sc 2 Lorman Row 

Tiffany O. C. merchant, dw Franklin st e of Park 

Tiffany Comfort, dw 35 Charles 8t 

Tilden Thomas E; merchant tailor, 182 Baltimore st. dw Liberty 

tTilghman John, Apple alley near Alice Anna st [near Marion 

tTilghman Hester, 11 Salisbury alley 

tTilletson Mentor, porter, Pierce st w of Pearl 
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Tillman James, superintend't Custom House, d\v Courtland st 

tTillman Emory, labourer, French st near Potter [near Mulberry 

tTillman James, labourer. Welcome alley \v ef Hanover st 

tTillman James, labourer Pearl st s of Saratoga 

tTillman Mrs Ann, 17 Barnet st 

Tilyard Martha, Saratoga st e of Chaf.es 

Tilyard H. W. dentist, Eutaw st n of Lombard 

Tilyard J. W. dw 5 Saratoga st 

Timanus George, 45 n Liberty st 

Timaniis Charles, stone mason, 23 New Church st 

Timmons John, market master, 48 s Howard st 

Tims Benjamin, shipwright, ^86 Bond st 

Tindle Robert, boot and shoe manufactory. Light st whf. near 

Barre st. dw Hill st near Light 
Tindell James, cordwainer, Mulberry st e of Pine 
Tinges George W. 54 s High st 
Tinges William, storekeeper, 2 Saratoga st 
Tinker Frederick A. shoe maker, Hampstead st 
Tinkler Thomas, cedar cooper, Gay st near Front 
Tippett Edward, engineer. Low st n of Exeter 
Tippett George, stone cutter, 6 Poppleton st 
Tishmeyer Frederick, grocer and vinegar manufactory, East st 
Tite Ann, Wolfst n of Alice Anna [near French 

Titgen Martin, sugar refiner, cor Mercer and Grant sts 
Tittle Jeremiah, merchant tailor, 21 South st 
Tobacco wharehouse, state, see page 15 
TobinMary, tailoress, Park st s of Lexington 
Todar William, stocking manufactory, Neighbour st near Har- 
Todd Mrs Sarah, Philpotst e of Willis ford avenue 

Todd Peter, carpenter. High st n of Stiles 
Todd Daniel, carpenter, Harford avenue 
tTodd Sarah, Potter st s of Gay 

Todhunter Joseph & Co. wholesale dry goods mts. 205 w Bal- 
Todhunter Joseph, Sharp st n of Lombard [timore st 

Tolan Thomas, shopkeeper, 5 Mercer st 
Tolbert Harriet, sempstress, Hillen st near Exeter 
Tolbert Leaffy, Bath st Court 
tTolbert Julia, Canal st near Orleans 
Toldridge B. hair dresser and wig maker, 149 Baltimore st 
Tolson Joseph, ship joiner, Bank st e of Market 
Tolson Haram, hackman, Bond st extended 
Tomkins Joseph, merchant, Spear's wharf, dw 150 n Howard st 
Tomlinson William, boat builder, end of Spear's wharf, dw 124 
Toner Markin, 4 Perry st [Hanover st 

Toner John, coach maker, Harford av. near Monument st 
Toner Mrs Mary, Potter st n of Hillen 
Toner Dennis, morocco dresser, French st near Bath 
tToner Isaac, labourer, German st w of Pine 
Tonga Mrs Ann, Albemarle st n of Pratt 
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Tooby Henry, labourer, Lerew's alley s of Mulberry st 

Tooey Hiram, tobacconist. Freeman st n of Saratoga 

JToocrood Hannah, washer, Peach alley n side 

JToogood Margaret, Wagon alley w of Park st 

|Toogood Charles, labourer, Chamberlain alley n side 

tToogood Jacob, labourer, Columbia ste of Paca 

Toole Peter, blacksmith, Concord st 

Toole Mary, tailoress, Forest stw of Harford Run 

Toole Mrs'^Elizabeth, Bond st s of Baltimore 

Toolan John, marble polisher, Lunn's lane near Burgundy alley 

Toomey James, Water st near Frederick 

Toome}" Mrs M. fringe and cap maker, 1 Perry st 

tTopping Charles, drayman, Biddle st e of Pennsylvania avenue 

Torney Otto, grocer, s w cor Howard and Perry sts 

Torney Carston, grocer, Light st s of Montgomery 

Torrance , Frederick st 

Torrance James, carpet weaver, Water st e of Exeter 

Torringtori John, baker. East st cor Halfmoon alley 

Tosh Frederick, grocer, cor Charles and Hill sts 

Totel Robert, shoe maker, 2 Saratoga st 

Towell Mrs Amelia, Exeter st n of Wilk 

Tower O. grocer, n e cor Pratt and Sharp sts 

Towner John F. Pearl st s of Baltimore 

Townsend Thomas jr. ship carpenter, 68 Market st f. p. 

Townsend D. & E. A. clothing store, 39 Second st near Frederick 

Townsend J. T. glass, oil ancfpaint store, 57 C. Market space 

Townsend John,^dyer, cor Franklin and North sts 

Townsend Mary, cor Washington and Alice Anna sts 

Townsend Mrs. Fayette st 2d^door from Howard 

Townsend Mrs Sarah. 6 Long lane 

Townsend John J. letter carrier, s Exeter st s of Salisbury 

Towson Rebeccn, Tyson st near Falls Row 

Towson Mrs Sarah, stock manufacturer, 7 St Paul's st near Balto. 

Towson & Ball, marble cutters, yard Lexington st w of North 

Towson Thomas, tailor, n Gay st near Aisquith 

Towson Sarah, French st near Bath 

Towson David, foundryman, Armistead lane near Light st 

Towson Charles, hat manufactory, Eutaw st s of Lexington 

Towson Philemon, soap and butter inspector, 10 Liberty st 

Toy John D. printer, cor St. Paul's and Baltimore sts 

Toy Walter, waiter, Conway st w of Howard 

Traccy James, land agent, cor St. Paul's and Fayette sts. dw 

Franklin st w of Pearl 
Tracey Philip, locksmith, Green st s of Baltimore 
Tracey John, huckster. Haw st w of Emory 
Tracey Garrett T. pilot, Lancaster st e of Market 
Tracy M. merchant tailor, St. Paul's st near Baltimore, dw 17 
Tracy Pierce, High st near Hillen [New Church st 

Tracy Garrett, wheelwright. Market st extended 
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TRU MatcJiolt's Baltimore 

Trainer John, Canton 

Trainer James, grocer, 55 Saratoga st 

Trapnall George W. potter, 82 Conway st 

Travers Saraii, Lerew's alley head of Honey alley 

Travers Jane, 3 Ann st 

Traverse Mrs Susanna, young ladies' seminary, G7 a High st 

Trayser Pijilip P. smith in general, Paca st s of Lombard 

Trebe Henry, cabinetmaker, 58 n Exeier st 

Trego Alfred, Columbia st s of German 

Trego William, Columbia st near Pratt 

Tresh E. and S. academy, Hanover st s of Pratt 

Tremayer Frederick, carpenter, 77 Fleet st 

Trenton John, bricklayer. Lee st 2d door e of Charles 

Trimbell mrs Elizabeth, Franklin st e of Green 

Trimble John, Aisquilh st n of Madison 

Trimble John, hardware store, Cheapside, dvv 80 n High st 

Trimble John, com. merchant, 77 s Calvert st. dw 80 n High st 

Trimble Augustus, bricklayer, Eutaw st s of Ross 

Trimble Samuel, shipwright, s High st nearWilk 

Trimble William, merchant, 8 s High st 

Trimble Capt. Isaac, cor Saratoga and St. Paul's sts 

|Tripp Henry, cook, Sugar alley w of Charles st 

JTripp Betsy, Bounty lane betw Caroline and Spring sts 

Trite Jeremiah, ship carpenter, VVolfst near Alice Anna 

Troop George, dairy, Ross st opp. Paca 

Troth Capt. Samuel, Harrison st near Etna lane 

Trott Capt. Thomas, Columbia st w of Sharp 

Trott Mrs Ann, Salisbury st e of Lloyd 

Trott Saybor, carter, Aisquith st s of Orleans 

Trotten Thomas, lime and feed store, Buchanan's wharf s of 

Pratt, (\\v Market st near e Baltimore 
Trotton Thomas, Market st s of e Baltimore 
Troubler Frederick, labourer, Market street extended 
Troxel Abraham, Uvery stables, Paca st s of Franklin 
Truitt James, shoe maker, Argyle alley n of Lancaster st 
Truman Mary, boarding house, corLigfft and York sts 
Trumbo Henry,labourer, Perry st e of Lunn's alley 
Trumbo Adam, blacksmith, Biddle alley s of Ross st 
Trump Henry, carpenter, Lombard st e of Eutaw 
Trurnp William B. and Co. wholesale dry goods mts. 225 1-2 
Trust John H. Hill st w of Hanover [Baltimore st 

Trust Harman, baker, Hdl betw Light and Charles sts 
Trust Jacob, merchant, Salisbury st betw High and Exeter 
Trust Harman, baker, s w cor Baltimore and Schroeder sts 
Trust & Cole, comb and fancy brush merchants, 2 n Howard st 
Trustin Joseph, coach maker, Buren st near Monument 
Trusty Perry, labourer, Biddle alley s of Ross st 
•j-Trusty Jonathan, stevadore, Wilk st w of Bond 
JTf usty Samuel, sawyer, Ensor st foot of Gallows Hill 
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JTrusty Aaron, porter, Little Sharp st n of Lexingtoa 
JTryis Francis, drayman, Wayne st w of Howard 
Tucker Samuel, carpenter, Pine st n of Mulberry 
Tucker William A/president of Insurance Co. 10 Saratoga st 
Tucker Mrs Henrietta, Monument st vv of Canal 
Tucker Margaret, liat binder, 29 n Exeter st 
Tucker Thos. bricklayer, e Baltimore st betw Eden and Spring 
Tucker Mrs Sarah, Hill st betw Light and Charles 
Tucker John H. chair maker, Pratt st w of Harford Run 
Tucker John B. tobacconist, 17 Market st f. p. 
Tucker William, shoe maker, 90 Bond st 
Tucker G. W. apothecary, s e cor Pratt and Eden sts 
Tucker Silas, shoe maker, Holliday st n of Baltimore, dw Apple 
alley s of Baltimore st [Bond 

Tucker Henry, fancy store, 96 Baltimore'st. dw cor Wilk and 
Tucker Joseph, dry goods merchant, 75 Baltimore st 
Tucker Thomas T. &, Brothers, lottery office and exchange 

brokers, s e cor Baltimore st and Centre Market space 
Tuckey Elisha, painter and glazier, Caroline st s of Pratt 
Tudor Robert, carpenter. Low st n of Forest 
Tufts & Schetter, manufacturers of glass, 32 s Charles st 
Tufts Wm. merchant, St. Paul's st s of Franklin 
|Tue Thomas, labourer. Light st extended 
Tumblinson Wni. boat builder, Spear's whf. dw 134 Hanover st 
Tunis Alexander, cordwainer, Sterling st 2d door from Mott 
Tunis Thomas, mariner, Caroline st s of Orleans 
Turell &, Go. tobacconists, 14 n Howard st 
Turnbull John, shoe maker. Bank st 1 door e of Eden 
Turnbull Alexander, domestic warehouse, 175 Baltimore st. dw 

50 n Charles st 
Turnbull Henry, dw 50 n Charles st 

Turner Joshua'M. victualler, n e cor Gist and e Baltimore sts 
Turner Thomas, shoe maker, Lancaster st e of Market 
Turner Mary, Wolf st e of Alice Anna 
Turner Capt. John D. 10 Bank st 
Turner Isaac, butcher, cor Bank and Bond sts 
Turner Caleb, Bond st n of Gough 
Turner John, labourer, Lerew's alley near Madison st 
Tnrner Jacob jr. lumber merchant, 28 Light st whf. dw Honover 
Turner Joshua L. grocer, 58 n Gay st [st s of Conway 

Turner Mrs. Mott st near Sterling 
Turner Mrs. French st near East 
Turner Joseph & Co. proprietors of planing and grooving mill, 

Barre st w of Light 
Turner Charles R. carpenter, George st e of Pine 
Turner Frederick K. ivory turner, 44 Eutaw st. dw Long alley 
Turner Lewis victuallar, Penn. av n of Hoffman st fn of Franklin 
Turner Richard, carpenter, Biddle st n of Penn. avenue 
Turner Thomas, clerk, Columbia st w of Green 

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Turner Joseph jr. lumber merchant, 127 Hanover st 

Turner and Wheelwright, paper warehouse, 30 s Charles st 

Turner Nathan, butcher, Holland st w of Eden 

Turner Henry, butcher, Holland st w of Lonsj lane 

Turner Miss Harriet, Orleans st e of Sprints 

Turner Thomas, carpenter, cor Orleans si and Short alley 

Turner Mrs Elizabeth, 24 Forest st 

Turner and Voss, grocers and com. mis. 7 Bowley's wharf ^ 

Turner Joseph, drayman, Camden st w of Calhoun alley 

Turner George, fisher. Cross st betw Light and William 

Turner Miss Mary D. fancy store, Baltimore st e of Front 

tTurner James, labourer, French lane near Light st 

|Turner Wi'liam, labourer, Strawberry alley sof Pinkney st 

]:Turner Priscilla, Ensor st near Forest 

tTurner Morris, waiter, n Gay st near Mott 

tTurner Francis, barber, Bank lane betw St. Paul's and Calvert 

Turner Abraham, labourer. Perry st e of Eutaw 

Turner Michael, cordwainer, French st near East 

Turpin Jos. ladies' shoe manufacturer, 34 Fayette st. 

Tuttle Joseph, agent for Gouley's Bitters, 40 Market st f. p. 

Tuttle John, Theatre tavern, Holliday st near Fayette 

Tweedal James, China mender. Vine st e of Pine 

Twiford , cordwainer, Mott st near Sterling 

Twiford Edward cordwainer, York st e of Charles 

Tyler G. K. dealer in drugs and medicines, cor High and e Bait 

Tyler George, ship carpenter, 4 Alice Anna st 

Tyler Capt. James, Wilk st 1 door e of High 

Tyler Daniel, Eden st s of Pratt 

tTynes Charlotte, Salisbury st w of Canal 

Tyson's Chemical works, n w cor Cove and Columbia sts 

Tyson Charles, clerk, Pearl st n of Mulberry 

Tyson Daniel, grocer, 28 Eutaw st 

Tyson George, 130 Hanover st 

Tyson George jr. 3 Pratt st wharf 

Tyson William A. Bank st e of Market 

Tyson P. T. s w cor Howard and Lombard sts 

Tyson Isaac jr. 81 Lombard st w oi. Hanover 

Tyson Jonathan, Pratt st w of Sharp 

Tyson John S. attorney, office n w cor Lexington and Courtland 

Tyson Nathan, flour and com mt. Patterson st. dw 36 Sharp gt 

Tyte Alexander, professor of music, Charles st n of Saratoga 

UbERT JOHN, shoe maker, Fawn st w of High 
Uhler George, merchant, Camden st e of Sharp 
Uhcorin Mrs. oyster cellar, cor Gay and Front sts 
Ulhorn John, blacksmith, German st w of Penn 
Ulhorn Mrs Mary, Pratt st e of Market space 
Ulhorn Mrs. Sharp st w of Conway 
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Director for 1S37. VAU 

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Umphreys Matthias, cordvvaiiier, 71 Saratoga st 

Undach Frederick, labourer, Light st extended 

Undach John, cooper, Light st extended 

Underwood, John, carpenter, Bishop's lane s of Stiles st 

Underwood Enoch, engineer, Ensor st extended 

Underwood Joshua, carter, Canal st near Gay 

Underwood Albert, carter, Eden si s of Jefferson 

Union Manufactory Co. warehouse,9 s Charles st 

Union Bank, cor Fayette and Cnarles sts 

Union Moses, Spring st n of Gough 

Unitarian Church, cor Franklin and Charles sts 

Universalist Churches, see page 18 

United Fire Co. s Howard st above Pratt 

Upperman Robert, tobacconist, George st e of Pine 

Uppole Susanna, tailoress, Biddle alley s of Ross st 

Usher J.ihn P. auction and com. store, Water st near C. Market 

Usher Thomas, huckster, Penn. av. w of Green st [space 

Utermuckle Augustus, tailor, Pratt st w of President 

Utermuckle Adolphus, barber, Pratt st w of President 

Uthman Anthony, tailor, Green st s of Baltimore 

VaLDOR Don Manuel, Spanish Consul, 51 C. Market space 

Valentine Joanna, huckster, Peach alley n side 

Valiant Ann, cor Bath and Davis sts 

Valiant James B. hatter, cor Canal and Monument sts 

Valiant John, shoe maker, Wilk ste of High 

Valleniila x\iigusta. Mulberry st near Park 

Vallee Mrs Mary A. tailoress. Canal st near McEIderry 

Valliant George, fish inspector, 55 s Howard st 

Vanbrunt Tunis, Lexington st e of Green, dw cor Saratoga and 

Vance Mrs Ellen, cor Springand Bank sts [Green sts 

Vance Reiker, foundryman, Light st near Hill 

Vance Ann, teacher, Howard st n of Madison 

Vandaniker Joseph, tavern, 31 Franklin st 

Vanderuer , Park st n of Mulberry 

Van Ness Wni. J. grocer, 48 Centre Market space 

Van Ness Samuel, Mechanical Hotel, cor Water and Canal sts 

Vansant Joshua, blacksmith, Henrietta st e of Charles 

Vansant Cornelius, boarding house, 8 Lovely lane 

Vansant Richard, tailor, Conway st w ot Howard 

Vansant & Wright, hat manufacturers, 158 Baltimore st 

Vansant Joshua, of above firm, dw Barnet st 

Varden Robert B. clerk to city commissioners, George st w o. 

Varden Richard W. chair maker, Eden st s of Gough [Penn. av 

Varnell George, bricklayer, 60 n Exeter st 

Vass James C. clerk. Pearl st n of Mulberry 

Vaughan Susan, Wilk st 1 door e of Happy alley 

V^auQfhan Mrs Maria, Sterling st near Mott 

Vaughan Mrs. Maria, Hillen st near Potter 

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WAD Matchett's Baltimore 

Veckkivier John, wheelwright, Union st s of Ross 

Venables Ann, Happy alley s of Fleet st 

Venier Catherine, 44 Franklin st 

Venner Samuel, silver plater, Montgomery st w of Llfrht 

Verlander Julia Ann, sempstress, Orleans st e of Aisquith. 

Vermillion James, painter, Sterling st near Monument 

Vernetson William, second hand clothing store, 3Q Second st w 

Vernon D. tailor, 103 Eutaw st [Market space 

Verot Baudola, labourer, Buren st near Monument 

Vicente Capt. M. general agency office, 42 1-2 n Gay st 

Vickers Mary, Park sts of Wagon alley 

Vickers Joel, flour merchant, lower end of Commerce st. dw 71 

s Sharp st 
Vickers G. R. & Co. steam boat agents, end of Commerce st 
Vickers Jacob, engineer, Montgomery si e of Light 
Vickers James W. waterman, Argyle alley n of Fleet st 
Vickers John, oyster house, McClellan's alley near Baltimore st 
Vickery Thomas, state wharfinger, 44 s High st 
^Victor Lucinda, 53 Centre Market space 
Victory Daniel, tavern, 16 Market st f p. 
Victory Joseph, store, 82 n Howard st 
Viguisney Charles, stone cutter, cor Front and Plowman sts 
Villers Mrs A. miUiner, 9 Saratoga st 
Vincent James, sail maker, Charles st s of Montgomery 
Vinegar Mary, 8 Alice Anna st e of Market 
Vineyard Margaret, Wilk st 1 door e of Caroline 
Vinix Elisha, plaisterer, Monument st w of Canal 
Vinton Perry, carpenter, Hughes st betw Light and William 
Viquesneo Charles, stone cutter, rear of 72 n Exeter st 
Virden Capt WiUiam W. 172 e Pratt st 
Visage Ann, French st near East 
Visiter Baltimore, office cor St. Paul's st and Bank lane 
Vogt F. patent lever lock manufiicturer. Perry st w of Sharp 
Vogt Wm. optician. Fell st s of Thames 

Voinard Mrs Cassandra, s e cor Centre Market space and Water 
Volkman Jonas, goldsmith, Penn. av. s of Preston st 
Volk Ulrick, boot and shoe manufiictory, 51 1-2 Harrison sc 
Vondersmith, Daniel, lime merchant, Paca st s of Frankhn 
Vonief John, tavern, Hanover st w of Camden 
Vonkerten Anthony, draper and tailor, 21 n Howard st 
Voss F. and R. importers of hardware, 10 s Charles st 
Voss Franklin, 73 Charles st 
Voss Robert S. Lombard st w of Hanover 
Voyce Thomas, harness maker, n Gay st near Potter 
Voyce Thomas, labourer, Charles st s of West 
Voyart John, shoe maker, 20 s Calvert st 

■^JVaDDEL William, shoe dealer, Pine st n of Fayette 
Waddel John, tin plate worker, 79 Front st 
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Waddell George, frrocer, n w cor Mulberry and Calvert sts 

Waddy Thomas, sail maker, Montgomerj' st e of Charles 

Wade Charles^ liquor store, Camden st w of Calhoun alley 

Wade Mrs John, school, 14 n Gay st 

Wadlovv Elisha, harness maker, York av. near Monument st 

Waesche & De Spada, importers of hardware, and cutlery, 225 

Waesche M. Liberty st s of German [\v Baltimore st 

Wafran Caspar, Apple alley near Alice Anna st 

Waggner George, block and pump maker, cor Wolf and Thames 

sts. d\v 81 e Fleet st 
Waggner Francis, block and pump maker, end of Bond st. dw 

Wilk st AV of Market 
Wagner William, ship carpenter, Ann st n of Alice Anna 
Waggner George^ sail maker, cor Bank and Wolf sts 
Waggner George D. carpet weaver, Penn. a v. s of Preston st 
Wagner Basil, merchant tailor, 31 Lexington st. dw 4 s Sharp 
Wagner Samuel, carpet weaver, 15 Wilk st 
Wagner Charles, cooper, Wolf st near Fell 
Wagner Philip, grocer, Baltimore st opposite Green 
Wahl Melchoir, coach maker, Penn. av. e of George st 
Wait George W. manufacturer of chocolate &c. w Falls avenue 

dw s High st n of Pratt 
Waite William W. justice of peace, office n Gay st near Forest, 

dw n Gay st near Mott 
Waite Jane, sempstress. Comet st wof Aisquith 
Waites Jos. cordwainer, French st near East 
Wakeley James P. cabinet maker, Pratt st w of Caroline 
Waldschmidt, Lewis, cooper, 16 Pratt st 
Waldman Wm. dyer, 33 Harrison st 

Wales Joseph, shoemaker, Alice Anna st w of Strawberry alley 
Wales Charlotte, Happy al s of Fleet st 
Walker R. W. Falls avenue 
Walker Benj. grocer, cor Light and Ruxton sts 
Walker Peter, weaver, n of Cove st near Mulberry 
Walker James, weaver, Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
Walker John W. sheriff. Baltimore Co. Pearl st s of Franklin 
Walker George W. & Co. dealers in shoes & hats, n Eutavv st 
Walker Elizabeth, Argyle al s of Alice Anna st 
Walker Thomas, clerk. Fawn st near Falls 
Walker Wm. shoemaker, President st near Stiles 
Walker Francis, sailmaker, Gough st w of Bond 
Walker Joseph, teacher, Caroline row, Caroline st 
Walker Capt. Robert, n e cor Pratt and Spring sts 
Walker Peter H. grocer, 39 s Charles st 
Walker Zadock, carpenter, 17 Maiden lane 
Walker Noah, clothing store, 80 Pratt st and 70 Market space 
Walker James P. porter Public Store, e Water st near Har. run 
Walker Sater T. U. S. clothing store, 157 Baltimore st dw Sar- 
atoga near Howard 
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WAL MalcheWs Baltimore 

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Walker Henry, machinist, Eden st near Silver 

Walker S. D. & Co. tobacco merchants, 66 s Gay st 

Walker Samuel D of above firm, dw Fayette st e of Paca 

Walker Joshua, 2 Lexington st 

tWalker Julia, Exeter st near Hillen 

tWalker Edward, labourer, IG Forest st 

Wall Samuel, Thames st e of Block 

Wail Michael, grocer, 29 Lexington st 

Wall Daniel, painter, cor Pine and Pierce sts 

Wall Jacob, carpenter, Bait, st e of Pined w Fayette w of Pine 

Wall Alice, 94 n Howard st 

Wall Ephraim, carpenter, Baltimore st opposite Park lane, dw 
Saratoga e of Green 

Wallace Jos. A. president Maryland Insurance Co. 84 Liberty 
Wallace James, milkman, Monument ste of Canal 
Wallace Solomon, 118 n High st 

Wallace Wm. stove, copper, tin and sheet iron manufactory, 

38 s Calvert st dw GO s High st 
Wallace & Rutter, grocers and com. mts. 30 Pratt st 
Wallace W^m. of above firm, Pratt st near Harford run 
Wallace John, cabinet maker, Commerce st 2 doors s of Pratt 
Wallace Michael, waterman, Fell st s of Thames 
Wallace mrs Jane, Apple al near Lancaster st 
Wallace Capt. John, 12 Philpot st 
Wallace Thomas, dry goods merchant, Hillen st 2 doors w of 

Exoter, dw opposite 
tWallace Thomas, wood sawyer, Ann st n of Gough 
tWallace Uobert, labourer, Spring st n of Gough 
TWallace Major, boot black, Poller st e of Low 
tWallace Nicholas, barber, GO South st 
tWallace Jos hackman. Hawk st w of Concord 
Waller Abraham, cor Concord and Hawk sis 
Waller Basil, tavern, Fish Market space n side 
tWalley Wm. labourer, French lane near Charles £t 
Wallis Philip, Charles st n of Mulberry 
Wallis Wm. clerk, Paca st s of Lexington 
Wallis George, labourer, Pierce st w of Chatsworlh 
tWallis Cesar, labourer, Sarah Ann st s of Schroeder 
tWailisH. dairy, Marion st w of Howard 
IWallis Edward, barber, Frederick near Second st [Pine st 
Walmsley James, cabinet maker, IG Eutaw st dw Fayette e of 
Walmsley John G. feed store, Penn av e of Biddle st 
Walsh Richard, tavern, 37 Centre Market space 
Walsh Jacob, Esq. n e cor Water and Gay sis dw n e corner 

Albemarle and Granby sts 
Walsh William, 74 s Howard st 
Walsh John, lumber merchant, Light st wharf 
Walsh Thos. assembly reading room, cor Holiiday & Fayette sts 
Walsh William, Ensor near Molt st 
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Director for 1837. WAR 

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Walsh John, shoemaker, cor Apple al and Fleet st 

Walter Henry, shoemaker, Ann s of Fleet st 

Waller Jacob, boarding house, 7 Bond st 

Walter John, grocer, s w cor Pratt and Caroline sts 

Walter Joseph, Park st s of Saratoga st 

Walter W^illiam, sailor Comb al n of Busy alley 

Walter Henry, carpenter, Biddle w of Ross st 

Walter Jacob, watch and clock maker, 56 n Howard st 

Waltermeyer Plenry, cordvvainer, Park lane e of Pine st 

Walton Edward, tailor, Gough 1 door e of Caroline st 

Walton Charles, sawyer, Wagon al w of Park st 

Walton Isaac, Pleasant e of Park st 

Walton John, labourer. Hill e of Charles st 

Walton John, J. grocer, corner Gough and Granby sts 

tWalton John, labourer, cor Frederick st and Etna Lane 

jWalton Benjamin, sawyer, Pleasant e of Park st 

Waltz John, tailor, Paca st s of Lexington, dvv Wagon al vv of 

Liberty street 
Wamaling Peter J. grocer, Columbia st \y of Green 
Wane Elizabeth, widow, Caroline n of Bait st 
Wannall Wm. H. grocer, cor Wayne al and Howard st 
Wanst Adam, labourer, Richmond e of Howard st 
Wapping Benjamin, barber. Water st e of Centre Market sp 
WardRut'^, 44 Ann st 

Ward Edward V. hardware merchant, Calvert st 
Ward Nathaniel, bricklayer, Montgomery near Charles st 
Ward Wm. lottery & exchange broker, s w cor Centre Market 

space and Water st dw Pratt near Albemarle st 
Ward mrs Mary, sempstress, Hillen near Exeter st 
Ward Thomas, silversmith, High near Gay st 
Ward Charles, weaver, Pierce st w side 
Ward Bernard, watchman, French near Exeter st 
Ward John, carpenter, n Gay near Tvlonument st 
Ward Levi, stevedore, Apple al n of Gough st 
Ward Wm. J. attorney at law, office & dvv St. Paul op- Court- 
Ward Mary Ann, milliner, 4 e Baltimore st [house 
Ward Lydia, sempstress, 46 n Exeter st 
f Ward George, caulker. Wolf s of Wilk st 
tWard Michael, blacksmith, Forest n of Douglass st 
W^ardell Samuel, East near French st 
Warden Robert, grocer, cor n Gay and Forest st 
Warden Wm. sawyer, Richmond near Park st 
Warden Catherine, cor Holland and Schrceder sts 
Wardwell Stephen H. shoe manu. Lexington w of Paca st 
Wardenburg Wm. grocer, 55 Alice Anna st 
Ware Robert & Co boot and shoe warehouse 201 Bait st 
Ware Robert T. of above firm dvv 137 Eutaw st 
Ware Henry, labourer, Holland st extended 
Ware & Ludlow, French &. English dry goods mts. 180 Bait st 



WAT Matchers Baltimore 

Ware Peter, corner Eden and Hollinssts 

Warfield VVm. justice of the peace, n e cor Fayette &. St. Paul 

dw Lexington w of Pine st 
Warfield Sarah, Barnet w of Charles st 
Warfitld Daniel, mt. cor Pleasant and St. Paul sts 
AYarfield &. Mactier^ flour m(s. 9 Sp.^ar' swharf 
Waring Spencer, Boot and shoe manu. Pratt w of Howard st 
Warner Lewib M. & Co. dry goods mts 151 Bait st 
^iv'arner mrs Ann, grocer, Fayette w of Gay st 
Warner Wm. cabinet maker, Henrietta w of Charles st 
Warner John, carpenter, Bond s of Alice Anna st 
V/arner li. A. grocer. Strawberry al near Pinkney st 
Warner Andrew, jeweller, Gay near Ball st 
Warner nirs Margaret, Pratt st e of Apple al 
Warner Asa, blacksmith, Park lane e of Pine st 
Warner Frederick, victualler, cor Penna. av and Hoffman st 
Warner Michael, brick maker, Columbia s of Green st 
Warner Geo. att'y at law, Fayette st dw Columbia near Green 
V/arner Dr. A L. 17 Pitt st 

Warner Wm. G. printer, 3 s Gay st dw 46 n Gay st 
Warner mrs Susan, dw 46 n Gay st 
Warner Michael, brick maker, Paca w of Lunn's lane 
Warner Allen, musician. Potter near Gay st 
Vitamer George, dw cor Sharp and ^V'ayne sts 
i Warner Maria, Potter n of Douglass st 
Warren Henry, clerk, North st 1 door n of Saratoga 
Warren John, porter, Park st s of Saratoga [tower 

Warren Wm. hat case and fancy box manu. n Gay stop shot 
tWarrick Harriet Ann, washer, Low bet Front and High sts 
Warrington Thomas, sailor, Harrison st 
Warrington Thomas J- Stiles e of Exeter st 

Warrington S , labourer, Pierce e of Cove st 

Warrum James, cordvvainer, Saratoga e of Schrceder st 
AVarthem Elizabeth, cor Sharp st and Busy al 
Wartman Welch & Co. tobacconists, 265 Baltimore st 
AVartman INIichael, tobacconist, Bait st dw Lexington near Pine 
Warwick Sarah, widow, Orleans e of Caroline st 
tWarwick Wm. hackman, Davis near Bath st 
tWashmgford James, stone cutter^ Fayette st e of Run al 
Washington Wm. basket maker, 43 n Howard st 
Washington Monument cor Charles and Monument sts 
Washington Engine house, Lombard w of Sharp st 
Washington James H. firm of Mayger.St Washington machin- 
ists Pitt w of Market st 
Washington Wm. Salisbury w of Exeter st 
Watchman &. Bratt, steam engine manu. cor Williams & Hughes 
Watchman John of above firm, dw cor Hughes & Williams sts 
Watchmen's United Beneficial society meets at n e cor North 
st and Orange al 
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Watch Houses see page 15 

Waterhonse Ann, 70 Hanover st 

Waters George P. mt. Thames e of Market st 

Waters Emily, 18 Mechanic's row Wilk st 

Waters Peter, Albemarle near Salisbury st 

Waters Jos. G. com mt. Light st whf. dw Sharp w of Conway 

Waters Robert B, cor Mulberry and Poppletoa sts 

Waters G. collector, Mulberry e of Pine st 

Waters mrs Elizabeth J. 94 Liberty st 

Waters mrs Eleanor, Sharp st s of Conway 

Waters Henrietta, widow, Hampstead e of Eden st 

Waters Mary, widow, Aisquith opposite Jefferson st 

Waters James A, com mt. 72 South st 

jWaters Spencer, labourer, Potter e of Low st 

f Waters Samuel, labourer, Broom stick row near Lerew's al 

tWaters John, labourer. Wagon al e of Park st 

tWaters Rqv, Edward, Gallows Hill 

tWaters Samuel, blacksmith, French lane near Charles st 

tWaters George H. W. oysterman. Welcome al w of Sharp st 

Watkins Caspar, bricklayer, Lexington w of Cove st 

Watkins Nicholas, bricklayer, Franklin w ©f Chatsworlh st 

Watkins John W. city council, Pine st s of Saratoga st 

Watkins Wm. W. clerk, Mulberry e of Paca st 

Watkins George, tailor. Chamberlain al n side 

Watkins John G. cordwainer, Perry st e of Lunn's lane 

Watkins Noble G. painter, Perry st e of Lunn's lane 

Watkins Archibald W. cordwainer, Eutaw a of Camden st 

Watkins mrs Susanna, 14 Philpot st 

Watkins T. C. shoemaker, Lee w of Charles st 

Watkins L. J. & Co. dry goods mts, Prait w of Charles st 

J Watkins Thomas, labourer, Mechanic's court near High st 

1 Watkins Jonathan, labourer, Sarah Ann st near Cove 

tWatkins Isaac, cordwainer, East st n of Douglass 

Watson Margaret, Pine s of Saratoga st 

Watson Charles, carpenter, 21 George st 

Watson David, cordwainer, Peach al n side 

Watson James T. improved v»'ire and sieve manu. 66 s Calvert 

dw 87 Sharp st 
Watson John, shoemaker, 7 Mercer st 
Watson mrs Margaret, widow, 7 Mercer st 
Watson Wm. hackman, York bet Charles and Light st 
Watson Wm.H. just.of peace,76 Bond st dw Thames w of Bond 
Watson mrs Rebecca, 15 Thames st 
Watson Wm. 55 Centre Market space 

Watson , Park st s of Ivy alley 

Watson Maria, academy. Rear of the 12 Buildings n Calvert st 
Watson Catherine, French near High st 
Watson John, labourer, Front near Hillen st 
Watson Robert, labourer, Addison near High st 
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Watson Wm. carter, Forest st opposite Penitentiary 

Watson Donnell, millwright, 38 Centre Market space 

Watson Alexander, engineer, Montgomery near Charles st 

Watson John, Engineer, Williams near Great Hughes st 

Watter Francis, music teacher, 81 e Water st 

Waltlers J. portrait painter, Fayette e of Howard dw99 Green 

t\A atto John, harber, corner Light and Water sis 

Watts Capt. Wm. J. Fleet st s of Argyle al 

Watts Capt. Frederick, Caroline n of Gough st 

Walts Dickson B. cust. house officer, dw Waterst near the Falls 

Watts S. A. stock manufacturer, 249 w Bait st 

Watts \ym. shot maker, Conway st adjoining Gist's Factory 

Watts and Disney, painters, Pratt st e of Howard 

Watts Richard, painter and glazier, Light fct extended 

Watts Thomas B. currier, Holliday 2 doors n of Saratoga st 

Watts George, clerk, 66 Centre Market space 

Watts John W. grocer, cor Pearl and Saratoga sts , 

Watts Wm. labourer, Chestnut al e of Pearl st 

Watts Jarrett, painter, cor Columbia st and Columbia al 

AVatts George, manufacturer of lucifer matches, 311 Ball st 

Watts R , painter, 111 Green st 

Watts Peter, clerk, 11 Comet st 

Walts Charles, carpenter, 19 Comet st 

Watts Benjamin P. feed store, 117 n High st 

Watts Wm. coach smith, Douglass e of Potter st 

Watts Nelson, rope maker, Sugar ai e of Charles st 

jWatts John, boarding house, 32 Light st near Water 

tWatts Alexander, brick moulder, Hill w of Hanover st 

fWatts Esther, Eden n of Wilk st 

1 Watts Rachel, Apple al n of Fleet st 

tWatts George, labourer, Chesnut al e of Pine st 

tWatts John, barber, 1 Hanover st 

Waltson and Rickelt?, bakers, McElderry's wharf 

Waugh Dr. J. B. 59 s Sharp st 

Waugh Rev bishop of M. E. church. Sharps 'of Pratt 

Weaks James, blacksmith, Hillen near Front st 

Weary John, machinist, Holland st extended 

Weaver mrs Mary, dry goods store, 30 Thames st 

Weaver John, 33 Lexington st 

Weaver Jacob, china, store, Park st 

Weaver Daniel, machinist, North n of Bath st 

Weaver Daniel, collector, Ensor near Mott st 

Weaver John, blacksmith, Hillen e of Exeter st 

Weaver mrs Elizabeth, Canal st 2 doors From Jefferson st 

Weaver John, tobacconist, cor Howard and Lexington sts dw 

33 s Howard st 
Weaver Caspar, painter, Eutaw s of Madison st 
Weaver John, ladies' shoe maker, 68 n Front st 
Weaver mrs Sarah, Bait e of Lloyd st 
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tWeaver John, labourer, Canal near Orleans st 

Webb Wm. waterman, Happy al s of Alice Anna st 

SVebb James, jeweller, Fayette e of Charles st 

Webb George W. goldsmith and jeweller, I74i Bait st dw 22 

Fayette st 
Webb Claries, saap and candle manti. Ensor st foot of G. hill 
Webb John, cordwaiher, Charles n of Henrietta st 
Webb Samuel, weaver, Saratoga st extended 
Webb M. g ocer, n e cor Vine and Cove sts 
Webb Augustus P. <&. Co. grocers, n w cor Lexington & Paca 
Webb Abner, 59 Green st 

iVebb Henry, lottery otfice, 33 Pratt st dw 76 Sharp st 
^Vebb John, tobacconist, 91 s Sharp st 
^Vebb Jane, tavern, cor South and Pratt sts 
iVebb Isaac, iron founder, Armistead lane e of Light st 
"Webb Araminta, washer, 111 Aisquith st 
'Webb Harrison 11. porter, Park st w of Vv agon al 
^Vebber Anne, Alice Anna w of Market et 
iVebber Edward, lithographer, 274 w Baltimore st 
^Vebster Dr. Charles st w of Barre 

^Vebster Ormsby, ship joiner, Lancaster st e of Happy al 
Webster George, blacksmith, n Gay near Forest st % 
iVebster Thomas, labourer, York w of Light st 
A'ebster Aqiiilla, tobacconist, Potter n of Douglass st 
^Vebster Henry, labourer, INIontgomery w of Ligiit st 
Webster Perry, sawyer. Fine n of Pierce st 
: Webster Charlotte, Saratoga a of Cove st 
•Webster Jos. labourer, Hill st vv of Hanover 
[Webster J. labourer, Sugar al w of Charles st 
■Webster Daniel, steam boat hand, 61 East st 
■Webster Sophia, washer, Hillen near East st 
A^edekind John, labourer, 7 e Thames st 
iVedekind John, book binder, Fayette e of Cove st 
kVedge Wm. S. Canal s of Bath st 
^Vedge Simon, Lloyd st 1 door s of Salisbury st 
kVeeks James, sawyer, Biddie al s of Ross st 
A^eeks Rackel, shop keeper, Pitt e of Exeter st 
kVeeks mrs. washer, Perry st e of Eutaw 
tVeeme Mary A. widow, 24 e Baltimore st 
^Veems Geo.' captain o( steamboat Patuxent dw 57 s Exeter st 
iVeglein A. locksmith, 165 Bond st 
Wchn Philip, baker, Conway e of Eutaw st 
tVeigart George, keeper of carts, Richmond head of Park st 
Weigal Conrad, Waaler st 1 door w of Concord st 
kVeigersheim Lyon, High s of Pratt st 
iVield Francis, labourer, Biddie al s of Biddie st 
IVeiman Emanuel, sailor, 62 Bond st 
kVeippart Joseph, rope maker, Light st extended 
Veishample Christian, trader, 95 s Howard st 
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Wcishample John F. printer, 25 Shakspeare st 

Welch John, painter, Thames 1 door e of Ann & cor Thames 

and Block sty dw 99 Ann st 
Welch and Alexander, grocers and com mts. n w ccr Light 8c 
Welch Robert M. dry goods mt. 27 Bait st [Pratt 

V/elch James, tailor, Eager al n of Saratoga st 
Weld and Jenks, com mts. 8 Bowiey's wharf 
Weld G. F. merchant, dw Franklin e of Charles st 
Welham Wallace, tavern, Fish Market space n side 
Welleiier Thomas, carpenter, 79 Alice Anna st 
Weller Louis, Market st s of Alice Anna 
Weller Joseph, porter, Marion st e of Eutaw 
Weller Christopher, labourer, Greenwillow st s of Penna av 
Wellmore Edward, miniature pamter, cor St. Paul's & Fayette 

fits dw 223 Baltimore st 
Wells John, engine maker, cor Exeter and Fawn sts 
Wells Richard C. letter carrier, Bank e of Bond st 
V/ells Peter, letter carrier, 69 Caroline st 
Wells Edward, wood corder, Richmond near Park st 
Wells Andrew, victualler, Hampslead st 
Wells Charles, sawyer, Saratoga e of Schroeder st 
W^ells Joseph, cordwainer, Ensor near Mott st 
Wells Rachael, Marion w of Park st 
Wells Andrew, butcher, Pitt st e of Strawberry al 
Wells Elizabeth, teacher, Caroline n of Bait st 
Wells Clark and Miller, iron founders, President st 
Wells John, labourer, French near East st 
•*• Wells George, hack man, Sterling near Mott st 
tWells Nelson, drayman, Charles s of Montgomery st 
t Wells Ann, huckster, Howard s of Pratt st 
iWelis Charles, sawyer, Saratoga e of Schroeder st 
tWells Nathaniel, Perry e of Eutaw st 
JWells George, drayman. Perry vv of Howard st 
Wellsater Stephen, Lancaster w of Bond st 
Wellslager Jacob, boarding house, n w cor Bond &t Lancaster 
Welsh Patrick, 61 Alice Anna st 
Welsh Patrick, labourer, Bishop's lane 

Welsh Eleanor, Calvert s of Pleasant st [Holliday 8fs 

Welsh and Armstrong, soap and candle manu. cor Pleasant & 
Welsh mrs Blanch, milliner, n Gay st near Engine house 
Welsh Daniel, hatter, High st 3 doors from Hillen st 
Welsh Henry J lottery and exchauf^c office, Centre Market sp 

near Fish Market e side 
Welsh Henry J. lottery and exchange office, 41 n Howard dw 

Madison near Eutaw st 
Welsh Wm. tobacconist, Bait st dw Pearl n of Mulberry si 
Webh D. cordwainer, Pierce e of Cove st 
Welsh James W. Franklin w of Pearl st 
Welsh James, dealer in wool, Barre e of Sharp st 
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Welsh -Mcholas, dray man, 15 Comerce st 
Welsh Lawrence, Granby e of Gough st 
Welsh mrs Lydia, Water e of Exeter st 
t Welsh VVni. brickmaker, Vine e of Pine 
J Welsh Ellen, washer, Conway w of Howard st 
jWelsh Mosei, waiter, Charles st s of West 
tWelsh Mary, Fleet near Market st 
tWelsh Charlotte, Springs of Wilkst 
Wemire Daniel, labourer, Long al s of New st 
Wentz John B. barber, 7 Thames e of Market st 
Wentz H. J. baker, n w cor Lexington and Rock sts 
Wentz Samuel, clerk, 49 Pearl st 
Werderburg J. 37 Lexington st 
Werner John M. 26 Lancaster st 
Wesenberger Wm. carpenter, Mulberry e of Pine st 
Wesley Chapel, (old) ccr Sharp and Montgomery sts 
Wesley Chapel, (new) cor Barre and Sharp sis 
West Elizabeth, Washington n of Fleet st 
West .lohn, waterman, cor Wills and Philpot sts 
West Wm. brass founder, cor Wilk st and Harford Run 
West Wm, H. lumber mt. Mill st dvv Pratt 1 door e of Exeter st 
West Catherine, cor Light and Little Hughes sts 
West Christopher, High st between Pitt and Baltimore 
West Christopher, sexton of Lutheran church, Saratoga w of 
Holliday st. (drowned in flood with wife & three Children) 
West Benjamin, baker, n Gay near Mott st 
West mrs Maria L. boarding house, 13 s Gay st 
West mrs Mary, 167 Bond st 
West Isaac, tailor, Orleans w of Canal st 
West Francis, steam boat hand, Hull's lane w of Aisquith st 
West Amos, mt. tailor, 23 Second st 
Western Bank of Baltimore, see page 33 
Western and Co. wholesale shoe mts. 248 \v Baltimore st 
Westfall Henry, carpenter, 29 n Front st 
Westley Sarah, tavern, North near Bath st 
W'^stley John, carter, Hanover s of Hughes st 
fWestley John, scourer, L. alley near Frederick st 
Weston mrs A. Fayette s of Howard st 

Westphal & Albers, importers of German goods, 52 s Charles st 
Westwood John H. lottery and exchange broker, 27 ii Gay st 

dw Pitt near Aisquith st 
Westwood Washington, collector Sterling near Mott st 
Wethered Louis, 21 Hanover st 
Wetherall Dr. 95 s Sharp st 
Wetherald Dr. 68 n Charles st 
Welherald Ann, widow, 18 Aisquith st 
Wethered Charles, merchant, 14 Lexington st 
Wethersiine John, tanner, Forest st n of Monument 
Wetter George H. cor Pratt and Caroline sts 
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Wevor & Co. lottery and exchange office, cor Bait. & Charles 
Wever J S. n Liberty st 

Wever C. W. civil engineer Canton Co. dw 5 St Paul's st 
Wever Martin, baker, Alice Anna st e of Caroline 
Wever M. carter, Falls av between Pratt and Water sts 
Wever Casper, mariner, Barre st e of Sharp 
Wever Casper, labourer, s w cor Wolf and Fleet sts 
Wever Christian, musician. Water st e of FiXeter 
tWhale Jos. drayman, Short st s of Jefferson 
Whalen John, labourer, Wi!k st near Harford run 
Whalen Patrick, labourer, Wilk st w of Bond 
Whalen Thomas, cabinet maker, Washington st s of Wilk 
^Vhalen Wm. labourer, York avenne 
tWhales J)olly, Fnsor st near Forest 
Whaley Patrick, Exeter st opposite Trinity church 
Whaley James, cordwainer. Mulberry st 2 doors from Calvert 
Wheat John B. carpenter, 147 Aisquith st 
Wheat Nathaniel, huckster, Baltimore st e of Cove 
Wheatley Arthur, grocer, cor Paca st and Lunn's lane 
tWheatley La ban, drayman, Painter's court near Pitt st 
|Wheatley Lydia, Strawberry alley nof Gough st 
tWheatley Levin, labourer, Spring st n of'Gough 
Wheden James, sailmaker, Market st s of Bank 
Wheeden Thomas, sailmaker, Caroline st s of Pratt 
Wheeden & Howard, sailmakers, McElderry's wharf 
Wheelan iVlichael, watchman, Happy al n of Gough st 
Wheelan Mary, Rutavv st n of Mulberry 
Wheclen John, sliip joiner, Wilk st e of Star alley 
Wheeler A. waiter, Marion st w of Park 

Wheeler Major, grocer, s Calvert st near wf. dw Camden n o. 
Wheeler Jas. carter, Calvert st near Mulberry [Charles 

Wl.^eeler Robert, carpenter, Calvert st s of Bath 
Wheler miss S. dry goods store, Gay st 2 doors s of Harrison 
Wheeler mrs Alice, Front st near Exeter 
Wheeler Jos. car driver on Rail Road, Exeter st near French 
Wheeler Wm. rigger, rear of 98 Dugan's wharf 
Wheeler John, grocer. Market st extended 
Wheeler Catherine, sempstress, Saratoga st w of Chatsvvorth 
Wheeler Elizabeth, 21 Pearl st 
Wheeler H. cordwainer, German st e of Sharp 
Wheeler Thomas, carpenter, Comet st w of Aisquith 
Wheeler Darius, bricklayer, 10 Forest st 
Wheeler Barnet, mariner. Forest st s of Douglass 
jWheeler Mary, washer. Forest st s of Douglass 
Whelan Mrs. huckster, Frederick st near Water 
Whelan Thos. store, 186 Baltimore st dw 37 Charles 
Wheline Martin, tailor, Alice Anna st e of Bond 
Wherret Thomas, cordwainer, Howard st w of Emory 
Wherrett James, seaman, Gough st w of Bond 
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Director for 183T. WHI 

tWhipper Isaac, boot black, 7 Tyson st n of Richmond 
Whitaker George, shoemaker, cor Bank and Wolf sts 
Whittaker & Bartol, wholesale druggists, n e cor Howard and 

Baltimore sts 
Whitaker Nathaniel B. druggist, 76 Pratt st 
White Aimee, 66 e Fleet st 
White Jos. waterman, 63 Alice Anna st 
White Capt. Wm. Ann st s of Alice Anna 
White John, Wilk st e of Spring [block 

While Jos. boat builder, Shakspeare'st w of Market, shop City 
White George, grocer, cor Pinkney stand Strawberry alley 
White David H. e Baltimore st w of Strawberry alley 
White Jesse B. clerk, Camden st w of Hanover 
White John Si Son, grocers, 79 Pratt st 
White John, of above firm, dw 59 s Gay st 
White Ambrose, of above firm, dw Gourtland st near Saratoga 
^^' hite mrs Stephen, dw Frederick st s ot Baltimore 
White Henry, commission merchant, 71 Smith's wharf 
White Robert N. Cove st s of Mulberry 
While Robert, bricklayer. Cove st s of Sarah Ann 
While Elizabeth, Saratoga st extended 
White James, grocer, Baltimore st opposite Amity 
W'^hite Jonah, cordwainer, Chesnut al e of Pearl st 
White James, store in arcade, Mulberry st e of Pine 
White Cecilia, 246 n Howard st 
White Henry, baker, 54 n Howard st 
White Rev. Charles J. cor Charles and Mulberry sts 
White Wm. labourer, Barre st e of Howard 
While John, market man, Monument st e of Eden 
White Hannah, sempstress, Holland st e of Eden 
White Wm. cordwainer, Caroline st s of Orleans 
"White John, grocer, cor High and Low sts 
White Samuel, labourer. Hill st between Light and Charles 
White H. ship carpenter,! Gould's court near Montgomery st 
White Thomas, moulder, Conway st w of Green 
White Jacob, grocer, Holliday st n of Saratoga 
White Jos. merchant, dw Calvert st near Lexington 
White Joseph N. Gay st near Mott 
White James, 12 Salisbury st 

White Dr. John, dw n w cor Holliday and Fayette sts 
White Alexander J. grocerj n e cor Gay and Harrison sts dw 

Holliday n of Saratoga 
White James, cordwainer, Forest st near Monument 
White John, engineer, York st e of Light 
tWhite Galord, labourer, West st extended 
tWhite John, Honey al w of Charles st 
tWhite Henry, porter, Vine st e of Pine 
tWhite James, drayman, German st vv of Green 
IWhite Susan, Harford avenue 
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tWhite Adam, carter, Strawberry al n of Pratt st 
tWhite Jacob, waterman, Caroline st n of Pratt 
tWhite John, caulker, Necessity al e of Exeter st 
tWiiite Jacob, Strawberry al near Fleet st 
Whiteford Samuel, paper maker, Harf. av. near Monument st 
Whiteford James, flour & feed store, n w cor Exeter &t Hillen 
Whiteford D. merchant, s w cor Eutaw and Lombard sts 
Whiteley A. auctioneer and com. mt. 20 Pratt st dvv 57 do 
Whitelock Charles, cabinet maker, Baltimore st e of Spring 
Whitelock John, grocer, cor Short and Jefferson sts 
Whitelock Samuel W. portrait painter, 76 e Water st 
Whiteman Ann M. fancy store, cor Baltimore and Caroline sts 
Whitmarsh John, shoemaker, Centre st e of St Paul's 
Whitmore Caleb, gardener, Cove st extended 
Whitmore John, innkeeper, Lexington st w of Eutaw 
Whiting Jos. P. merchant, 8 n High st 
AVhitney Daniel, sand dealer, 79 Paca st 
Whiitmore Mary, n e cor Alice Anna and Market sts 
Whitridge Thomas, commission merchant, 12 and 13 Bowley's 

wharf, dvv n Gay st near Shot tower 
Whitridge Dr. John, office and dvv Gay st s of Saratoga 
Whitson David, blacksmith, Paca st dw 98 s Paca st 
Whitten G£orge, labourer, Wilk st w of Bond 
Whittington Samuel H. grocer and com. mt. 108 Dugan's wf. 
tWhittington Wm. labourer, Spring st s of Wilk 
Whitty Mary, Wilk st w of Caroline 
Whitworth R. woolen man. dvv opp Lexington st e of Rock 
Wholy George, 126 Eutaw st [Spring sts 

Wickens Wm. Welcome al w of Hanover st 
Wickersham Wm. trunk maker and grocer, 8 w cor Bank and 
Wickes John, blacksmith, e Falls avenue near Pratt st dw Al- 
bemarle 1 door from Water 
Wicks Jas. blacksmith, Gay st near East, dw Hillen near High 
Wiegel Henry, cabinet maker, 4 Charles st 
Wiekel George, baker, Beuren st near Liberty alley 
Wiemer John M. Wilk st w of Albemarle 
Wier John R. 51 Albemarle st 
Wierman Wm. flour merchant, 3 Spear's wharf 
Wigart Andrew, carter, Richmond st w of Park 
Wigart George, 125 Eutaw st 

Wigart Henry, salt and plaister mt. German st w of Green 
Wiggins L. fancy store, 135 Balto. st dw Hamilton e of St Paul 
Wight W. J. cor Charles and Barrests 
Wight Rezin, Fayette st e of Cove 
Wigley John, stocking weaver, Camden st e of Howard 
Wilbe Wm. academy, n e cor Cove st and Harmony lane 
Wilcox John, waterman, cor Bank st and Argyle alley 
W^ilcox Wm. boot and shoe manufactory, n Gay st near High 
Wilcox John G. Monument st e of Eden 
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Wilcox Daniel, watchman, Holland ste of Aisquith 

Wilcox Henry, gardener, Aisquith st near Douglass 

Wilcox Wm. labourer, 8 Union al 

Wilcox Peter, victualler, Harford av near Ensor st 

Wilderman John, turner, Beuren st near Liberty alley 

Wildey Thomas, oyster cellar, s w cor Gay and Front sts 

Wildey mrs Elizabeth, Wolf st near Gough 

Wilds John F.; Carpenter's al w of Howard st 

Wilds mrs Ann, Caroline row, Caroline st 

VViles William, Canton 

Wiley Alexander, mariner, 62 Market st f p 

Wiley Wm. tailor, Argyle al n of Alice Anna st 

Wiley Alexander, rope maker, Harford avenue 

Wiley Wm. weaver, Saratoga st e of Cove 

Wiley Henri', grocer, cor Cypress al and Eutaw st 

Wiley Richard, engineer, Mullikin st e of Spring 

Wiley Elizabeth, 2 Potter st 

Wilhelm Lydia, sempstress, George e of Pine st 

Wjlhelm George, carpenter, Monument e of Eden st 

Wilhelm George W. carpenter, Pleasant near Calvert dw Pratt 

3_doors from Caroline stj 
Wilhelm Charles, butcher, Sterling near Madison st 
Wilkins mrs Henrietta. Gough e of Eden st 
Wilkins mrs, Charles st n of Pleasant 
Wilkins Joseph, Franklin e of Park st 
Wilkins Bartus, s.iddier, 40 South st 
■("Wilkins Charles, labourer, Conway w of Sharp st 
I Wilkins Jerry, labourer, 49 n Exeter st 
Wilkinson Washington, painter, Eden s of Jefferson st 
Wilkinson James T. grocer, cor Monument and Ensor st3 
Wilkinson James, 16 Pitt st 
Wilkinson Margaret, Wolf near Alice Anna st 
Wilkinson James T. grocer, cor Ensor and MoKument sts 
Wilkinson James, tavern, 18 Harrison st 
Wilkmson mrs Ann, tailoress, East near French st 
Wilkinson mrs Mary, tailoress, Frederick near Gay st 
Wilkinson Joseph, Saddler, Montgomery w of Light st 
Wilkinson Joseph, cooper, Bradford al 
Willett Louis, waterman. Bank st w of Harford run 
Willett Charles S. 40 Albemarle st 
tWillett Ann M. washer. Long al s of Saratoga st 
Wilks James, nursery and seeds man, Lexington \v of Cove st 
Wilks Edward, hatter, Chesnut al e of Pine st 
Wilks Rebecca, washer, BiddlR al s of Ross st 
Wilks Wm. labourer, Lexington e of Park st 
Wilks James, hardware store, 19 n Howard st 
Will Wm. C, lock and gun smith, Harrison st near Etna lane 
Willard Simon, edge tool maker, cor Stiles and President sis 
dw President near Stiles st 
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WIL Matchett's Baltimore 

Willard Julius, Charles s of Montgomery st 

Wiliest Isaac, labourer, Charles st n of Hill 

Wille & Dockey, imprs. of German Goods cor Charles &. Pratt 

Willey Joseph, hardware mt. 7 Franklin st 

Willey Wingate, mariner, Jefferson w of Canal st 

William Rennett, oyster house, Concord st s of Fish M. sp 

William Wm. drayman, Tyson st extended 

Williams Mary A. tailoress, Sarah Ann near Poppleton st 

Williams Henry B. machinist, Cove s of Pratt st 

Williams Wm. cordvvainer, Chesnut al e of Pearl st 

AVilliams Lucinda, grocer, Mulberry e of Pine st 

Williams Jesse, grocer. New st e of Long al 

Williams L. H. bricklayer, n Howard s of Madison st 

Williams Peter, coach maker, Conway vv of Eutaw st 

Williams John, tailor, 32 Tyson st 

Williams Mary, baker, 94 Park st 

Williams James, cabinet maker, 129 Hanover st 

Williams Henry, mariner, Hampstead st w of Strawberry al 

Williams Catherine, china seller, East st n of Half Moon al 

Williams Ann, huckster, East st n of Douglass 

Williams Henry, steam boat hand, Potter s of Douglass st 

Williams Ann, shop keeper, Short st n of Orleans 

Williams Nathaniel F. com mt. 14 Bowley's whf dw n Charles 

st 1 door from Mulberry 
Williams George com mt. 3 Bowley's whf dw cor Gay st and 
Orange alley [Pratt st 

Williams Jno. & Jas. cabinet makers, 68 SoJth st 2 doors n of 
Williams George, waterman, 67 e Fleet st 
Williams Curtis, fisher, Cross st e of Williams 
Williams Thomas, second hand store, Wilk near Caroline st 
Williams John, labourer, Wilk w of Exeter st 
Williams Daniel, labourer, Argyle al n of Alice Anna st 
Williams Giles, pleasure boats, 36 Thames st 
Williams mrs Catherine, 41 Thames st 
Williams William, waterman, cor Stiles and Albemarle sts 
Williams Alexander, ship joiner, 71 Albemarle st 
Williams Thomas, customs. High e of Fawn st 
Williams Joseph, Bond 1 door n of Bank st 
Williams mrs Hannah, Pinkney e of Market st 
Williams Wm. labourer, cor Market and Baltimore sts 
Williams Wm, chair maker, 10 Pratt st w of the Bridge 
Williams John, hatter, Albemarle n of Pratt st 
Williams Wm. carpenter, 2 Perry st 

Williams mrs E. dw Lexington e of Courtland st [Calvert 

M'"illiams Nathl. U. S. district attorney, n vv cor Lexington and 
Williams Cumberland, Calvert near Saratoga st 
Williams Stephen, city missionary, North near Fayette st 
Williams Abram R. dry goods store, Ensor near Monument st 
Williams Charles, tavern and boarding house. 44 Fell st 
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/"VVilliams Capt. Thomas, 51 Alice Anna st [of Charles st 

Williams H. H. counting house, Bowley's whfdvv Saratoga tv 
Wiliiams Ahner, stove dealer. 45 Li^ht st dvv Charles st court 
\yilliam3 J. R. and Sons, dyers, 21 s Charles st 
"Vyilliams mrs Susan, St. Paul's st s of Pleasant 
Williams & Kelly, dry goods mts, 163 Ba t st 
Wi'l'^i^s James, uit. Mulberry e of Charles st 
Will'an^s Richard, j)olice officer, Ensor near East st 
Wil'Jams S. liberty garden hotel, Harford av 
W'll'^'i^s Thomas, boot and shoe manu. 85 Bait st 
Williams Samuel, grocer, 56 n Gay st near Exeter 
Williams Dr. Win. J. oflfice and dvv cor Front and Hillen st 
Wi'J'^'^s Thomas, cordvvainer. Sugar al bet Light and Charle* 
Williams Wm. fislier, Hughes st near Glass house 
fW'il'ai'ns Anthony, labourer, Sugar al vv of Light st 
f W'^'^i^s Polly, Harford av 
f W^l'Jams Susan, Davis st near Bath 
f Vyilliams Bill, labourer, Conway vv of Charles st 
IVyilliams David, labourer, Wayne st w of Howard 
fWJ'I'sn^s Diana, Granbj' st near the Falls 

jW'"'3"^s , Qranby st near Fa!ls 

IW^JlJams Emily, cor Bond and Pinkney sts 

tW^'liatris , sawyer, Caroline near Pinkney st 

tW'^l'^n^s Abbot, carpenter, Caroline n of Pratt st ' 
fWi'l'^n^s Henry, sawyer, Caroline s of Gough st 
fW'lliams Samuel, waterman, Happy al near Wilk st 
jwilliams Joseph, labourer, Strawberry al s of Bank st 
tWi'lian^s John, waterman. Caroline n of Wilk st 
tWilliams Jesse, labourer, Strawberry al near Wilkst 
tWillianjs Pembroke, ship carpenter, Ann st s of Wilk 
jwilliams Wm. carter, Elbow lane 
|Williams Margaret, Pyson al near Falls road 
:}: Williams Wm. Saratoga st extended 
Jwilliams David, labourer, Park e of Schroeder st 
fWilliams Milly, washer, Ghatsworth st n of Franklia 
tWilliams Richard, labourer, Chesnut al e of Pine st, 
fWilfiams Ann, washer, Peach al n side 
tWilliams Vinea, washer, Biddle al s of Ross st 
jwilliams Philip, boot black, St. Mary's st s of Ross 
tWilliams Naihan, porter, Ross st w of Eutaw 
tWilliams John, Ross st w of Long al 
tWilliams Lambert, labourer, Long al » of Ross at 
jwilliams Jeremiah, labourer, Long ai s of Koss st 
jwilliams George, porter. Long al n of Franklin st 
tWilliams Joseph, labourer, 103 s Eutaw st 
fWilliams Wm. boarding house, 29 s Howard st 
^Williams Philip, porter, Howard s of Pratt st 
tWilliams Wm. labourer. Elbow lane w of Green st 
^Williams Rosanna, washer, Perry w of Howard st 
jwilliams Francis, sawyer, j^erew's al s of Richmond fit . 
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tWilliams Samuel, labourer, 32 Park st 

tWilliams Henry, labourer, Welcome al w of Hanover st 

tWilliams Spindler, carter, East st n ol Douglass 

jWilliams Peter, waiter, Orleans st e of Short al 

jWilliams Mary, washer, Hull's lane e of Friendship st 

tWilliams Sarah, washer, Low n of Front st 

|Williams Joshua, carter, 38 Low st 

tWilliams Henry, labourer, Forest n of Douglass st 

|Wil!iams Thomas, sawyer. Short st n of Orleans 

tWilliams Rhoda, shop keeper, Union al e of Eaen st 

Williamson Wm. n w cor Happy al and Alice Anna st 

Williamson James, ship builder, Block S|t w of Thames 

Williamson George W. att'y at law, dw Calvert n of Lexington 

Williamson James, P. druggist, n w cor Gay and High sl3 

Williamson Alden, weaver, cor Preston and Ross sts 

Williamson Charles N. clerk, 62 n Charles st 

Williamson John, dry goods mt. 31 Pratt st 

Williamson Mary Ann, teacher, 41 n Exeter st 

Williamson David, mahogany sawyer, 6 Potter st 

Williamson John, carpenter, Salisbury w of Canal st 

|Williamson Lucy, cor, Liberty and Marion sts 

TWilliamson Samuel, labourer, Pierce w of Pearl bt 

tWilliamson John, carpenter, Salisbury w of Canal st 

Williar Andrew, grocer & bacon store, Penn. av n of Franklin 

Willick Jas. A. silversmith, Hillen st e of Exeter 

Willig George, music store, 153 Bait st 

Willig Mary, shop keeper. Front s of Low st 

Willis Cornelius, ship joiner, Bond 1 door n of Gough st 

Willis Emily, Lunn's lane near Burgundy al 

Willis mrs Ann, North st s of Pleasant 

Willis Martin, labourer. Mulberry st w of Cove 

Willis George, fisher, Cross st e of Williams 

t Willis Lelty, washer. Pine st n of Pierce 

Williston Rev. R Paca st n of Mulberry 

Wills Walter, hatter, Frederick st near Gay 

Wills John, gardener, Eutaw st n of Franklin 

Wills Andrew, blacksmith, Fleet st near Canton 

Willson Jane, 71 Alice Anna st 

Willson Abraham, Ann st n of Lancaster 

Wilmer James C. carpenter, 10 Thompson st 

Wilmer Wm. Harford avenue near Monument st 

Wilmer L. A. conveyancer, dw Harford avenue 

Wilmer John W. merchant and produce dealer, 5 Bowley's 

wharf, dw 110 Hanover st 
:j:Wilmore Isabella, washer, Aisquith st w of Low 
Wilson Francis, labourer, Franklin st extended [w of Cove 
Wilson Benj. T. carpenter, Covest n of Fayette dw Lexington 
Wilson John, labourer, Chesnut al vr of Chatsworth st 
Wilson D. S. firm of above, dw Lexington st w of St Paul's 
Wilson James, firm of above, dw Holiiday st n of Fayette 
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Wilson Thomas, merchant, dw Lexington st e of Charles 
Wilson Edward J. painter, Ensor st 3 doors n of East 
Wilson Wm. P. tin and sheet iron worker, 10 n Gay st 
Wilson James H. grocer, cor Gay and East sts 
Wilson mrs Eleonora, dw n Gay stnear Aisquith 
Wilson Greenbury, meal seller, Harford av near Monument st 
.Wilson John, waterman, High st n of Stiles 
Wilson John, grocer, 5 Caroline st n of Wilk . 
Wilson Launceiet, 58 Gough st 
Wilson Mrs. 31 German st w of Howard 
Wilson Elizabeth, 9 Fleet st 
Wilson widow, Saratoga st e of Park 
Wilson Wm. carpenter, Perry st e of Howard 
Wilson Robert, oak cooper, Charles st n of Henrietta 
Wilson Thomas, clothing store, 6 and 19 Pratt st dw 18 Pratt 
Wilson Wm. & Sons, merchants, 105 Baltimore st 
AVilson Peter & Co. clothing store, cor Pratt and South sts 
Wilson Peter, of above firm, Camden st 3 doors from Spring 
Wilson Joseph T. firm of Ketllewell, Wilson St Hilliard, 

dw 53 e Pratt st near Exeter 
Wilson George, shoe store, 11 e Baltimore st 
Wilson George, mariner, Alice Anna st e of Ann 
Wilson Capt. John, Bond st 1 door s of Wilk 
Wilson Thos. labourer, Wilk st near Harford run 
Wilson Capt. Weslev, mariner, Ann £t n of Alice Anna 
Wilson John, 47 Market st 

Wilson Samuel, grocer, 7 Market st dw 8 Shakspeare 
Wilson Mary, widow, 12 Forest st 
Wilson Mary Ann, widow. Forest st w of Harford run 
Wilson Robt. deputy sheriff, Aisquith st n of Monument 
Wilson misses Margaret and Susan, Aisquith n of Monument 
Wifson Priscilla, widow, n Exeter st near Baltimore 
Wilson Saml. merchant, 17 new dock, dw 40 n Front st 
Wilson John & Son, grocers, 6 w Baltimore st 
Wilson Thomas, e Baltimore st between Exeter and East 
Wilson P. dw Camden st e of Hanover 
Wilson Wm. engineer, Busy al w of Charles st 
Wilson miss Rachel, 10 Orleans row Orleans st 
Wilson Joshua, carpenter, Potter st w of Douglass 
Wilson John, baker. East st 2 doors n of Pitt 
Wilson James, carter, cor Richmond st and Tyson alley 
Wilson mrs Mary, ?2 Hanover st 
Wilson James J. watchman, 179 Hanover st 
Wilson Nixon, 19 Pratt st 
Wilson John, carpenter, Holland st extended 
Wilson Mary P. Columbia st e of Cove 
Wilson John W. carpenter, German st w of Howard 
Wilson Wm. huckster, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Wilson Luiher,°iflour mt. Smith's wf. dw Pearl st s of Saratoga 
Wilson James, labourer, Baltimore ste of Cove 
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Wilson Wm. m: tailor, 16 Franklin st dw Saratoga e of Pine 

Wilson Robt. attorney at law, Mulberry st e ol Paca 

Wils )n Janies E. labourer, Chamberlain al n side 

Wilson John, weaver, Preston st s ot Ross 

Wilson James, baker, Lonj; al s of 8ayuloga st 

Wilson Robert, plai&lerer, J 27 Eutaw st 

Wilson John J. phiisterer.. 103 Eutaw st 

Wilson James, produce dealer, n e cor Howard and Franklin 

sts d\\i cor Howard and Centre 
Wilson John W. carpenter. Lenjmon st w of Paca 
Wilson John W. grocer, York avenue 
Wilson W.Ti. tavern, cor Pratt and Patterson sts 
Wilson nirs Nancy, Vork avenue 
Wilson Joseph, Huckster. York avenue 
Wilson mrs Mary L. milliner, 4 s Gay st near Baltimore 
Wilson George, copper smith, Water st near C. Market space 
Wilson G, B & Co. flour store, 55 Smith's wharf 
Wilson G. B. &l Co. iron warehouse, Commerce st, dw G. B. 

W. 19 s Howard st 
Wilson Robert, South st near Baltimore 
tWilson Samuel, labourer, Pierce st w of Pearl 
jWilson Daniel, plaisterer, Pierce st w of Pearl 
TWilson Thomas, porter, P^.ager al s of Mulberry st 
^Wilson Eliza, washer, New st e of Long alley 
JWilson Samuel, waiter. Carpenter's al e of Paca st 
TWilson Eliza, washer, Conway st w of Howard 
{Wilson Susan, washer, Howard st extended 
{Wilson Wm. porter, Ler^w's al n of Saratoga st 
{Wilson W"m. labourer, Welcome al w of Sharp st 
{Wilson Joshua, carpenter, Potter st n of Douglass 
{Wilson Comfort, washer, Pitt st w of Harford run 
|Wilson Frederick, porter, G8 East st 
jWilson Adam, sawyer. Forest st n of Douglass 
{Wilson James, coachman, Short st n of Orleans 
tWilson Garrett, Salisbury st w of Canal 
tWilson Caleb, cedar cooper, Park sts of Wagon al 
iWilson Jos. cake shop, cor German and Sharp sts 
^Wilson Elijah B. shoemaker, Barre st e of Howard 
{Wilson Benjamin, labourer, Welcome al w of Sharp st 
tWilson Sophia, Hill st w of Hanover 
TWilson Ilosetta, washer, Calvert st near Saratoga 
{Wilson Henry, labourer, Harford avenue 
jWilson Bainard, labourer, Canal st near Short alley 
{Wilson Lanslot, labourer, Williams st near Cross 
TWilson Mary L. L alley near Frederick st 
tWilson Thomas, labourer, Mechanic's court near High st 
TWilson Carvin, labourer, Harford avenue 
jWilson Benjamin, labourer, Harford avenue 
tWilson James, hackman. Park st s of Saratoga 
TWilson James, labourer, »Strawberrj al a of Pratt it 
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tWilson Thomas, labourer, Spring st n ofGough 

tWilson James, shoemaker, Bond st n of Wilk 

iWilson Andrew, waterman, Bank st e of Eden 

^Wilson Flora, Happ> al 1 door s of Fleet st 

Winans Ross, engineer, Fayette st w of Pine 

Winant C. W. innkeeper, 23 Pratt st 

Winchester Geo. attorney at law, Eutaw st extended 

Wiiichesier Samuel, lottery and exchange office, n w cor Bail. 

and North sts dw 64 n Char|||g 
Winchester O. F stock manufactory, 3 s Sharp st 
Winchester mrs Deborah, Siiles st w ofGough^ 
Winchester Wm. sup. water co. Charles st s of Pleasant 
Winchester Samuel, clerk, Hill st w of Hanover 
Winchester Hannah, confectioner, Lee st e of Sharp 
Winchester H female seminary, l6 n Frederick male sem. 9 do 
Winckleman Frederick, baker, Block st 
Winckleman Frederick, well digger, 101 s Eutaw st 
Winder C. H. clerk, Rail Road, Liberty st near Saratoga 
Winder Margaret J. Saratoga st court near Holliday st 
Winfield Wm. carpenter, cor Garden and Madison sts 
Winehart George, tailor, Biddle al s of Biddle at 
tWing John, laboarer, Short st n of Orleans 
Wingate Capt. Thomas T. mariner, Ann st n of Fleet 
Wiuhart Frederick, grocer, n Gay st near Forest 
Winkley Jane, Eager al e side 
Winn & Co. grocers, Franklin st w of Paca 
Winn mrs Susan, Paca st s of Franklin 
Winn Elisha, hatter, East st s of Half Moon alley 
Winnard Edward, Strawberry al n of Alice Anna st 
IWinsey Wm H. brickmaker, Hill st w of Sharp 
Winshell Hiram, Happy al near Fleet st 
Winslow John, collector, s w cor Market and Fleet sts 
tWinston Isaac, grain measurer, Johnson st sof Croaa 
Winter Gabriel, 79 s Sharp st 

Winter Samuel, carpenter, cor Hanover and Montgoraery stJi 
Winterbottom Thomas, Apple al s of Baltimore st 
Winwood Thomas, 118 Lombard st 
tWinyard Thomas, labourer, Saratoga st e of Henrietta 
Wirgman Mrs. S. S. 75 n Liberty st 
Wirming Henry, labourer, cor Long alley and Ross st 
Wirts George, carpe'. weaver, 78 Couway st 
Wirts John, weaver, 76 Conway st 
Wise John, ship joiner, 52 Fleet st' 
Wise Joseph, tailor, Pratt st e of President 
Wise J)hn, comb maker, Ensor st n of Monument 
Wise George, blacksmith, Constitution st near MoDumeat 
Wise John, piano maker, Pearl st s of Saratoga 
Wise Caspar, tobacco merchant, Mulberry st e of Pine 
Wise Geo. picture frame maker, Penn. av. nof FraaUin ti 
Wise Lewis, victuallt;r, Pratt st e of Cove 
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woo MatchetCs Baltimore 

Wse James, segar manufactory, and tobacconist, 81 Lexington 
Wise Charles, sea captain, Pitt st w of Eden 
Wise Mrs Elizabeth, 9 Grant st 
Wisebaugh Martin, paver, Mott st near Sterlincr 
Wittaker Thomas, carpenter, York avenue 
Wittig Conrad, tailor, cor Park and Lexington sts 
Wittiker Thomas, carpenter, York avenue 
Witters James, labourer. Fleet st 1 door vv of Apple' alley 
Wittman J. W. shoemakejL 2 Market st n of Thames 
Witts Philip, shoemaker. Monument st e of Canal 
Woelper xMrs Mary, 40 Thames st e of Ann 
Woelper Thomas S. treasurer of Fell's Point Savings Institu- 
tion, 40 Thames st 
Wolf William, brassfounder, cor Bank stand Harford Run 
Wolf Mrs Mary, Gough st e of Eden 
Wolf Marcus, victualler, IJarford avenue 
Wolf Daniel, carpenter, Franklin st w of Chalsworth 
Wolf Jefierson, pump maker, cor Saratoga st and Eager alley 
Wolf Jacob, bricklayer, 85 s Howard st 
Wolie Alcifius B. attorney at law, 80 s Charles st. office St, 

Paul's st near Fayette 
tWolfenden Bartholomew, labourer, w of Cove at s of Franklin 
Wollet John P. 28 Pitt st 
Woiter Henry, farrier. Pine st s of Vine 
Wonderly John jr. clerk, Hillen st w of Exeter 
Wonn Horatio, blacksmith, Rock st n of Lexington 
Wood Mrs Leah, cor Apple alley and Pinkney st 
Wood Capt. John, Canal st s of Baltimore 
Wood James, mariner, cor Liberty alley and Falls st 
Wood Levin, cordwainer, n Gay st near Mott 
Wood Nicholas L. general agent. Green st n of Lombard 
Wood & Levering, wholesale grocers and com. mis. 12 Light st 
Wood Margaret, weaver, Pierce st e of Cove [wharf 

Wood John F. chair factory, Hanover st n of Pratt 
Wood Charles and Co. granite stone yard, Pratt st w of Green 
Wood William, 2 Temple st 

Wood Ellen, mantua niaker, Douglass st e of East 
Wood Thomas H. carpenter, s York st 
Wood Brigham, Water vSt w of the bridge 
Woodall William, pump maker. Constitution st near French 
Woodall William A. pump maker, Paca st n of Lexington st 

Woodburn , seaman, n e cor Fleet st and Argyle alley 

Woodcock Wm. watch and clock maker, 2^ Pratt st 
Wooddy Mrs. William, dry goods store, Pratt st w of Eutaw 
Woody John V. blacksmith, shop Market st. dw Franklin st e of 
Woody William, printer, office 208 Baltimore st [Cove 

Woollolk Austin, Pratt st w of Cove 
Woodlin Mrs Elizabeth, 26 Block st 
Woodman J. carpenter, 49 Camden st 
Woodrouffh Mrs Elizabeth, fruit shop, York avenue 
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Woods John, soap and candle maker, Bank st e of Harford Run 

Woods Zacharial), carter, Light st extended 

Woods Caufil, dvv 79 Ensor st near East 

Woods Peter, chandler, Buren st near French 

Woods M. Sterhng st near Madison 

Woods Patrick, weaver, cor Mulberry and Cove sts 

Woods Luther, carpenter, German st s of Market 

Woods W. feed store, cor Paca and Saratoga sts 

Woods Harriet, sempstress, Wayne st vv of Sharp 

Woods John W. printer, 1 n Charles st up stairs, dw Green st 2 

doors s of Franklin 
Woods Joshua, cordwainer, 97 Orleans st 
Woods John, turner, cor High st and Necessity alley 
Woods Robert, miller, Baltimore st e of Bond 
t Woods Samuel, musician, Exeter st n of Gay 
iWoods Baffin, Exeter st s of French 
t Woods Samuel, labourer, 12 Bank lane 
Woodside William, dvv Sharp st s of Barre 
Woodville Wm. com. mt. Guy st dw cor Courtland and^Franklin 
Woodward William, Fayette st w of Sharp 
Woodward William, carpenter, 31 New Church st 
Woodward Mrs. Ann, East st betw French and Hillon 
Woodward Thomas, watchman. New st e of Long alley 
Woodward Georuje, merchant, 100 n High st 
Woodward Mrs Susanna, tavern, Horse Market 
Woodyard Jefierson, teamster, Union st n of Penn. avenue 
Woodyear Mrs Elizabeth, Salisbury st e of High 
Woodyear Garrett, labourer, St. Mary st s of Rosa 
Wool Jacob, tailor, 63 Centre Market space 
Woollen Miss, Mulberry st near Park 
Woollen Zachariah, dw 131 s Charles st 
Woollen William, waterman, 51 Centre Market Space 
Woollen John, carpenter, Chesnut alley e t)f Pearl st 
Woollen Eliza, milliner, Baltimore st e of Pine 
Woollen Robinson, cooper, Exeter st near Pitt, shop Commerce 
Woolfrom Mrs. cor Eden and Mulliken sts [st wlif. 

Workman John, carpenter, cor Gay and Canal sts 
Worley Jacob, Franklin Inn, cor HiL^h and Hillen sts 
Worley John, moulder, Wine st e of Pine 
Worthington Charles, agent ior District Steam Boats, office Conf:- 

merce st wharf, dw Frederick st near Baltimore 
tWorthington Brice, porter, Long alley s of Ross st 
Wren Christopher, s e cor Fleet st and Apple alley 
Wright Robert, coach painter, Wilk st w of Exeter 
Wright Mrs Ann, 59 Ann st 
Wright Mrs Martha, 19 Caroline st 
Wright James, Philpot st e of Willis 
Wright Joel, book binder, 245 1-2 Baltimore st up stairs 
Wright Dr. Thomas, office and d w. Fayette st s of Howard 
Wright William, shoe maker, Charles st Court 
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Wright Lloyd, Holliday st n of Saratoga 

"Wright Wm. Harrison st near Gay 

Wright Benjamin C. St Co. dry goods mts. 25 Baltimore st 

Wright Wni. cordwainer, Moti st near Gay 

Wright James, grocer, s e cor Hillen and East sts 

Wright Peter, weaver, Neighbors st near Harford avenue 

Wright Wm. carpenter, Canal st near Jefferson 

Wright John R. dry goods mt. 2 Centre Market space & 4i do 

Wright David, iron founder, Federal hill 

Wright Thomas, cordwainer, Chamberlain al n side 

Wright Mary, Chamberlain al n side 

Wright John, lieut. night watch, Eager a! a of Saratoga st 

Wright Sarah, Biddle al s of Ross st 

Wright John, bookseller, dvv Conwav st w of Eutaw 

Wright W. H. De. C.mt. Charles st" n of Mulberry 

Wright John, cordwainer, 28 New Church st 

Wright E. oyster dealer, &.c. 55 s Charles st 

Wright Lloyd, shoemaker, Hampstead st i doors e of Eden 

Wright Luther, ship joiner, Pitt st w of Eden 

Wright James, cordwainer, 8 Thompson st 

Wright Ann, widow, Low st betweeri t^'ront and High 

Wright Wm. E. grocer, cor Grant anil Water sts 

Wright Ridgaway, carpenter, York si belw Light & Charles 

Wright James, blacksmith, Federal hill opposite Telegraph 

Wrigiit Thomas, glass blower. Federal hill near Glas« house 

Wright Lewis, glass blower, Federal hi!l near Glass house 

J Wright Ridgaway, sawyer, back of 33 n Exeter st 

JWright Thomas, jlabourer, West st extended 

jWright Eden, washer, Hill st w of Hanover 

fWright Charles, shoemaker, Apple alley n of Fleet st 

JWright Dorsey, labourer, Ensor st foot cf Gallows hill 

fWright Philip, labourer, ^Montgomery st w of Ixight 

Wrightson Jeremiah, blacksmith, Fleet st 3 doors e of Ann 

Wightson John, shipwright, Washington st s of Fleet 

Wrotten David, ship carpenJer, B.uik st e of Market 

Wrotten John W cordwainer, French st near Exeter 

Wulf John, saddler, Crook's row, Monument st 

Wyatt , Park st s of Lexington 

Wyatt Wm. E. D. D.. Saratoga st opposite Liberty 
tWyatt Wm. Spring st n of Gough 
Wyant Nicholas, constable, Haw st w of Emorj 
Wyble Martin, blacksmith, Marion st s of Howard 
tWye Philip, Apple al n of Fleet st 
tWye Perry, labourer, Foiest st s of Douglass 
Wyeth and Norris, dry goods mis, l73i Bait st 
Wyeth Charles, of abt)ve firm, dw Calvert s of Pleasant st 
Wylly mrs Martha, 4 Fountain row Spring st 
Wyman Samuel & Co, domestic mts 214 w Ball st 
Wyman Samuel, of above firm, dw Pleasant w of St. PauPjt at 
Wyman John, confectioner, Calvert uear Bath st 
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Wyman John B. shoemaker, Harford av 

Wynn C. clock and watch maker, 52 Pratt st 

Wysham Ezekiel C. flour mt- s e corner Bait and Paca sta dvr 

Fayette w of Eutaw st 
Wysham John, hay weigher, Belie Air Market dw Monument 
Wyvill M. D. mt. tailor, 166 Bait st [w of Caual st 

iTaGER Joseph, Paca s of German st 
Yam Wm. pilot, 27 Ann st 
Yantz Frances, Sempstress, 3 Trippolett's al 
JYates Sandy, sawyer, cor Potter st and Necessity al 
Yeagear Elizabeth, Eden n of Pitt st [77 Green st 

Yearley Alexander, general agt. St. Paul's n of Fayette st dw 
Yearly Win. H. cabinet maker, Caroline 3 doors s of Bank dw 

19 Gouglist 
Yearly John, ship carpenter, Bait w of Spring st 
Yearly Nathan, cooper, s w cor Concord and Water sts 
Yearly Ruth, Calvert near Mulberry st 
Yearly Wm. cooper, Pratt w of Penn st 
Yearly Wm. cooper, Wagon al w'of Liberty st 
Yeater Henry, cordwainer, Aisquith s of Orleans st 
Yeales George W. druggist, 95 Bond st 
Yeates Dr, John L. office and dw. Frederick near Gay st 
Yeates Cliarles, tavern, near Pratt st Bridge 
Yeastman Samuel, vvaterman, Bond s of Lancaster st 
tYeaman Sarah, Bath st alley 
Yenry John H. labourer, Paca n of Franklin st 
Yerkes Eliza W. sempstress, Maiden lane w of Aisquith 6t 
Yes Alexander, painter, Strawberry al n of Bank st 
Yewelland Jones, ship smiths, Light st wharf near Leest 
Yewell John, dw York near Charles st 
Yinger Andrew, labourer, Park st w of Schroeder st 
Yost Wm. cordwainer, Green n of Paca st 
Yost Wm. boot and shoe nianu. Pratt e of Paca st 
Youce George, carpenter. Sterling near Madison st 
Youce Edward L. saddler, 56 Sterling st near Monument 

SToundt , cor Sharp st and Welcome ai 

ifoung Rebecca, Argyle al n of Lancaster st 
Young Joshua A. ship joiner, Wilk e of High s side 
foung and Abraham, printers, n e cor Bond and Thames sta 
Ifoung Janifcs, of above firm dw Eden 1 door s of Gough st 
ifoung Wm. S. police officer, 147 Bond st 
iToung Capt. Wm. T. Aruyle al s of Bank st 
IToung Wm. waterman, Gough w of Bond st 
iToung mrs Susan, Caroline row Caroline st 
ifoung Michael, cor Water st and Centre Market space 
ifoung Frederick, printer, Albemarle near Plowman st 
foung mrs Rebecca, High n of Water st 
i^oung .loseph, blacksmith, Howard st near Wine al 
foung Samuel, land agent, 32 Fayette st opposite Union bank 
dw 14 Counland st 
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ITouiig Alexr. of public store, dvv Harrison si near Etna lano 

Young Wm. labourer, Harford av near Monument st 

Young Joiin A. York avenue 

Young mrs Ann Maria, Frederick near Second st 

Young Sarah, weaver, Sarah Ann st near Popf)leton st 

Young Richard, weaver, Saratoga st extended 

Young Larkin, carpenter, Bait st opposite Amity al 

Young Wm. tinner, iioss st w of St Marj 's 

Young Francis, grocer, cor Euiaw and Conway sts 

Young Perry, porter, 13 Mulberry st 

Young E , clerk, Pearl s of Franklin st 

Young Jehu, tailor. Mulberry e of Pine si 

Young Charles, tailor, Hoilins w of Eden st 

Young Wm. Aisquith, n of Orleans st 

Young John, carpenter, Caroline s of Orleans st 

Young John, carpenter, 10 n High st 

Young Henry, comiimaker, Orleans e of Canal st 

Young Wm. jr com mt. 72 Bowley's whf dvv 14 Albemarle st 

f Young Stephen, hackman, Eagfr al w side 

tYoung Lloyd, drayman, Ross st e of St. Mary's 

; Young Mary, 15 Saratoga st 

::Young Maria, huckster, 9 Bank lane 

: Young Jacob, white washer, 9 Douglass st 

Younger Daniel K. 173 n High st 

Younger Richard, bricklayer, Lexington e of Cove st 

Younger John, 89 s Howard st 

Youngman John, labourer, Richmond e of Howard st 

Younker Elizabeth, cor Pitt and East sts 

Yount Sarah Ann, Long lane s of Orleans st 

JSaBRISKIE Henry B. cordwainer, Sterling near Mott st 
Zachery Alexander, pilot. Fleet e of Washington st 
Zachery, Wm. pilot, Bond s of Gough st 
Zais George, drayman, Penn av s ol Union st 
Zane Sophia, shop keeper, Camden w of Hanover st 
Zeigler M. gilder, Hill st w of Hanover 
Zeigler W. cordwainer, 231 n Howard st 
Zeigler M. grocer, Saratoga w of Cove st 
Zeigler Leonard, 86 Conway st 
Zell mrs Margaret, Madiso i e of Eutaw st 
Ze!l Peter, victualler, Market st extended 
Zell Henry, Penn av s of Biddle st 
Zendt Philip, toy maker, 30Pilt st 
Zerweck Daniel, butcher, Montg^n^ery w of Charles st 
Ziefnessnis Frederick, Apple al 'i^^'' Alice Anna si 
Ziegler Emanuel K. copper srni'h, 30 s High st 
Zigler Jacob, engineer, 32 Henrit;tta st 
Zigler mrs Elizabeth, Frederick near Gay st 
Zimmerman Leuiirt, labourer, Lancaster st e of ^Argyle al 
Zimmerman Philip, mt tailor,' Pratt st near the Falls 
Zimmerman Wm. S. Eden s of Prait st 
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Director for 1837. ZWI 

Zimmerman mrs Rebecca, Salisbury w of Exeter st 
Zimmerman Isaac, grocer & feed store, s w cor Bait & Coveets 
Zimmerman Joshua, teanister, Bah e of Cove st 
Zimmerman Jacob, wheelwright, Franklin vv of Eutaw st dw 

Franklin w of Park st 
Zimmerman Jacob, labourer. Liberty a! near Madison st 
Zimmich T. cordwainer, Camden st e of Sharp 
Zihkand Joseph, shoemaker, 84 Bond st 

Zollinger , Sharp e of Barre st 

Zorn Mary, Exeier st adjoining Meth. churcn 
Zwisele Pins, grocer, cjr Douglass and Potlei sts 



REMOVALS AND CORRECTIONS. 

Auze'le J. B., grocer, corner French and Forest sts 

Ashman William, justice of the peace, Paca st s of Lexington 

Barry Samuel M. dw Liberty n of Baltimore st 

Bay ley Henry, glass cutter, 15 n Exeier st 

IBowman Aaron, drayman, Granby st near the Falls 

Carmichael \Vm. leather inspector, Mulberry st e of Paca st 

Chesney Jesse, clerk Md. penitentiary dw Aisquith n of Monu- 

Chew Dr. Samuel, 88 n Howard st [ment 

Comegys Jesse, baker, Calvert s of Saratoga st 

Disney Weslev.comb maker, McClellan's alley near Fayette st 

Dorsev Rev. E. Eutaw st between Franklin and Ross streets 

Dunn T. W. dentist, corner Hanover and German sts 

Edes mrs Mary, s Gay say st opposite Exchange 

Edwards Robert, carpenter, 11 Orleans row Orleans st 

Finiey J. M. clerk in Cohen's bank, Lexington st n of Calvert 

Furlong Rev. Henry, at Wilk st Meth. parsonage house 

Giese Lewis W. H. Cove st n of Franklin 

Gilmore .mrs Mary Ann, Calvert st opposite Monument 

Goldsborough Nicholas W. Franklin st e of Lerew's al 

Griffith Rev. Alfred, rear of Light st Methodist church 

Hagerty Sarah, Eutaw s of Saratoga st 

Hall John W. Harrison st near Gay 

Harrington mrs , milliner, 6 e Baltimore st 

Harrington E< 6 e Baltimore st 

Harvy Jolin, female seminarv, Paca st n of Mulberry 

Haslup Resin, blacksmith, Hij^h st n of Gay 

Heginboiham C. & T. A. tailors, 35 Ann st dw T. A. H. Ann 

st n of Lancaster 
Hucorn mrs., corner Gay and Front sts 
Jones Wm. B. auctioneer, dw Gay st near High 
KeyNvorih andDiyden, mt tailors, Baltimore k opposite Sharp 
Kell Thomas, clerk Bait, county court, dw cor Bait. & Exeter sts 
Kilmer Wm. carpenter, Bank st e of Market 
Knight John, cooper, Marion bt w of Eutaw 
Lamb John, insp'rof weiglits> measures, Concord s of Water 

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nemovnus and Corrections. 

Latrobe J. H. B. attorney at law, Calvert st s of Fayette 
Law James O. Calvert st n of Franklin 

Lee Collins Z. attorney at law corner Lexington & Charles sts 
Leech David, nnt 75 Baltimore st e of South 
Magruder J. H. paper manu. Pine n of Franklin st 
Meixzel Jacob, flour inspector. Pearl st near Lexington 
Merikin Rev. Joseph, cor Caroline and e Baltimore sts 
Merrill E. H. com mt. 24 s Charles st dvv Lombard e of Liberty 
McConnell miss Sarah, teacher, Fayette st e of Howard 
McNebb James, carpenter, 10 Orleans row Orleans st 
McNally James, grocer, n Gay near Forest st 
Miller John D. dw intersection of Pearl st and Penn ar 
Minifie mrs., Water e of Exeter st 

Morris W. and G. domestic manu. German st w of Hanover 
Mudd George, cordvvainer, French near East st 
Mulls John, cooper. Sterling near Madison st 
Newton Thomas, cordvvainer, Green st n of Mulberry 
Nicholas Edward, locksmith, Forest near Gay sC 
JNicholass David, grocer, Henrietta near Charles st 
Orum Isaiah, labourer, Ariryle al s of Alice Anna st 
Orum Jv)hn, labourer, Alice Anna st e of Market 
Owens Joseph, keeper of Mary la ixl Penitentiary, dwat do 
Pittman E. h, Co. dry goods mts. Hanover st s of Baltimore 
Randolph John VV. lumber nit. Market st near Wilk f p 
Rich Dr. Arthur, 91 Hanover st 
Rich Dr. Arthur, jr. 71 Hanover st 

Richards T. A. & Brother, American and British Periodical De- 
pot, Gay st opposite Exchange 
Saint Croswell Wm. 10 n Gay st 
Sekel Henry, baker, Alice Anna st 1 door e of Market 
Specer mrs Margaret, Holland st 
JSpeer James, grocer, Harford av. near Madison st 
Spellman N. teacher, cor Hillen and Ensor sis 
Stansbury Samuel, n e cor German and Green sts 
Stevenson Wesley, collector, Eulaw st s of Ross 
Stilson mrs C. china and glass store, 72i Baltimore st 
Temple John, shoemaker, Argyle al s of Alice Anna st 
Tilyard mrs Marv, Saratoga st w of Liberty 
Tilyard Rev. J. W. agent Md. S. S. Union,' 15 s Calvert st 
Tilyard James, painter, Howard st n of Fayette 
Toole David, chairmaker, Forest st w of Harford run 
Townsend Mrs. Water st opposite Cheapside 
Tuder John, Park lane e of Pine st 
tWard Sarah, School hill near Charles st 
Waters Francis G. collector. Mulberry st e of Eutaw 
Whitman Whitfield, innkeeper, 13 Pratt st 1 door e of Charlet 
Williams Aon, tailorcss, Forest st 5th door e of Aisquith 



A CA'J'ALOGUE 



Avenues, Streets, Lanes, Alleys, Squares, Markets, 
and Wharves, 

m THE CITY OP BALTIMORE, 

As enlarged by the Commissiouers appointed by tbe Legislature 
of Maryland, and laid down by their Surveyor, TnoitfAe H. 

POPPLETON. 





STREETS. 




Adams fr^jm W B Line 


fo Chatsworth 


Aisquith N" 


E John 


N B Line 


Aisquith 


E Baltimore 


Harford avenue 


Albemarle 


Plowman 


City Dock 


Alice Anna 


Union Dock 


E B Line 


Allen 


Winder 


N W Branch 


Amity 


Saratoga 


Ramsay 


Andre 


Patapsco River 


N W Branch 


Armislead 


do 


do 


Amstrong 


do 


do 


Ann 


N W Branch 


N B Line 


Arundle 


Ostend 


Middle Branch 


Baker 


W B Line 


N B Line 


Balderston 


Light 
E B Line 


Grant 


Baltimore 


W B Line 


Bank 


Exeter 


E B Line 


Barclay Great 


E Falls avenue 


N B Line 


Barclay Little 


E Falls avenue 


Eager 


Barnet 


N Charles " 


N Sharp 


Barney 


Middle Branch 


Lawrence 


Barre 


S Cove 


Light-st wharf 


Bath 


N Calvert 


French 


Bayard 


James 


Middle Branch 


Bayley 


Patapsco River 


N W Branch 


Beason 


N W Branch 


NW Branch 


Belle Air avenue 


E Monument 


N B Line 


Belt 


Warren 


Donaldson 


Belvidere 


N Biddle 


York avenue 


Benjamin 


Patapsco R. 


N W Branch 


Bentalou 


Gwinn's Falls 


W B Line 


Biddle 


George 


E B Line 


Block 


W Falls avenue 


Thames 


Bloom 


N Carey 


N B Line 


Bolton 


Biddle 


N B Line 


Bond 


N Branch 


N B Line 


Bowly 


E Market sp. whf. W Falls avenue 



2 


STREETS. 




Boyle from 


Webster to 


N W Branch 


Brune 


Franklin 


Adams 


Beuren 


Madison 


French 


Burke 


N W Branch 


N B Line 


Burrows 


Clagett 


N W Branch 


Bush 


James 


Middle Branch 


Butler 


Webster 


N W Branch 


Byrd 


West 


Patapsco River 


Cable 


Commerce 


Spear's wharf 


Calhoun 


James 


N B Line 


Calvert 


Pratt 


do , 


Canal Great 


Harford avenue 


City Dock 


Canal Little 


E Lanvale 


N B Line 


Camden 


S Paca 


Light st wharf 


Cannon 


N W Branch 


N B Line 


Canton 


N W Branch 


N B Line 


Carey 


James 


do 


Caroline 


Dock 


do 


Carroll 


Gwinn's Falls 


Cross 


Cathedral 


Mulberry 


N B Line 


Centre 


N Howard 


French 


Charles 


N B Line 


Middle Branch 


Chase 


Cathedral 


E B Line 


ChathAm 


W B Line 


James 


Chatsworth 


W Lexington 


Cove 


Cheapside 


E Water 


E Pratt 


Chesapeake 


N W Branch 


N BLine 


Chestnut 


E Market S whf. 


Union whar 


Chester 


N W Branch 


N B Line 


Chew 


Stirling 

N W Branch 


E B Line 


Choptank 


N B Line 


Clagett 


Lawrence 


Neale 


Clare 


James 


Middle Branch 


Clement 


S Sharp 


Fort M'Henry 


Clemm 


Boyle 


do 


Cole 


W BLine 


James 


Colt 


E Oliver 


N B Line 


Columbia 


SPaca 


Washington av. 


Comet 


Aisquith 


Pitt 


Commerce 


E Water 


Basin 


Concord 


Fish Market Sp. 


Wilkes 


Conn 


Wilks 


Locust 


Constitution Great Belvidere 


Truxton 


Constitution Little Madison 


French 


Conway 


Cove 


Light St wharf 


Cooke 


W B Line 


Cove 


Cookse 


Patapsco R. 


N W Branch 


Courtland 


Lexington 


Franklin 


Cove 


Pennsylvania av. 


S Eutaw 


Covington 


N W Branch 


Donaldson 


Covington Place 


S end Covington 


St 


Cox 


N W Branch 


N W Branch 


Cromwell 


Middle Branch 


Patapsco R. 



STREETS. 



Cross from 

Cumberland 

David 

Davis 

Decatur 

Decker 

Dillon 

Division 

Dock 

Dolphin 

Donaldson 

Dorsey 

Douglass 

Eager 

East 

East avenue 

Eagle 

Edon 

EUicott 

Elliott 

Elk 

Elm 

Emory 

Ensor 

Etting 

Eutaw 

Exeter 

Exchange 

Falls 

Falls avenue 

Fawn 

Fayette 

Federal 

Fell 

Ferry 

Fleet 

Forest 

Fountain 

Fort 

Fort avenue 

Franklin 

Frederick 

Frederick avenue 

French 

Front 

Fulton 

Gaines 

Garden 

Garrett 

Gates 

Gay 

George 

German Great 



Uarasey to 

N Calhoun 
Patapsco R. 
E Lexington 
Patapsco R. 
W Chase 
N W Branch 
W Biddle 
Draw Bridge 
Cove and Adams 
Middle Branch 

do 
Exeter 
Cathedral 
French 
N B Line 
W B Line 
Harford avenue 
W Pratt 
N W Branch 
James 

W Townsend 
German 
NGay 
Preston 
VV Biddle 
French 
Second 

E Falls avenue 
E 8& W City Dock 
President 
W B Line 
Cathedral 
Thames 
Middle Branch 
E Falls avenue 
E John 
Washington 
Middle Branch 
Jackson 
VV B Line 
Pratt 

VV Baltimore 
Bath and Front 
Bath and French 
James 
Patapsco R. 
W Madison 
Patapsco R. 
Warren 
E Pratt 

Pennsylvania av. 
S Cove 



N VV Branch 
N B Line 
N VV Branch 
E Centre 
N W Branch 
N B Line 
E B Line 
N B Line 
Bond 
W Oliver 
Patapsco R. 

do 
Aisquith 
E B Line 
Baltimore 
N VV Branch 
James 
City Dock 
W Water 
E B Line 
Middle Branch 
NBLine 
Columbia 
N B Line 
Baker 

Middle Branch 
City Dock 
E Water 
Constitution 
N B Line 
Exeter 
N Gay 
E B Line 
N W Branch 
Patapsco R. 
E B Line 
N Canal 
Chester 
Jackson 
Fort M'Henry 
W Falls avenue 
N Gay 
VV B Line 
Forest 
E Water 
N B Line 
N VV Branch 
N B Line 
N W Branch 
Patapsco R. 
E Monument 
N Cove 
S Sharp 



STREETS. 



German L. from 

Gibson 

Gilmor 

Gist 

Gold 

Goodloe 

Gough 

Granby 

Grant 

Greene 

Green willow 

Grundy 

Gunpowder 

Guilford 

Hall 

Hamburg 

Hamilton 

Hamstead Great 

Hamstead Little 

Hammond 

Hanover 

Haw 

Hawk 

Harford avenue 

Harper 

Harrison 

Haubert 

Heath 

Henrietta 

Henry 

Herkimer 

High 

Hill 

Hillen 

Hoffman 

Holland 

Holliday 

Hollins 

Hollinsworth 

Hospital Square 

Howard 

Hudson 

Hugh 

Hughes Great 

Hughes Little 

Hull 

Jackson 

James 

Jefferson 

Jephson 

John 

Johnson 

Jones 



S Sharp 

Biddle 

James 

J^ B Line 

N Calhoun 

W B Line 

Granby 

E Falls avenue 

W Baltimore 

Franklin 

Chatsworth 

Biddle 

James 

Soutn 

West 

Cross 

Park 

Bond 

Canal 

Middle Branch 

VV Baltimore 

S Cove 

E Centre M 

Forest 

Patapsco R. 

Baltimore 

Palapsco R. 

Middle Branch 

Light 

N W Branch 

Gwinn's Falls 

French 

S Howard 

E Falls avenue 

Chatsworth 

Aisqusth 

Baltimore 

W B Line 

W Water 



Sp 



to S Charles 
N B Line 
N Calhoun 
N \y Branch 
N B Line 
Cove 
E B Line 
S Canal 
W Prati 
Welcome alley 
Pennsylvania av. 
N a Line 
Middle Branch 
Franklin lane 
Patapsco R. 
N W Branch 
Hargrove alley 
E n Line 
Bond 

Patapsco R. 
Middle Branch 
Emory 
Falls avenae 
N B Line 
N W Branch 
N Gay 
N W Branch 
VVebste 
Warrenr 
Patapsco R. 
James 
Wiiks 
Light 
Monument 
E B Line 
Pitt 

Monument 
Cove 
W Pratt 



Inclosing the Hospital 

Cathedral Middle Branch 



N \W Branch 
Locust 
Light 
S Sharp 
Patapsco R. 
N W Branch 
Gwinn's Falls 
Aisquith 
Middle Branch 
N B Line 
N W Branch 
Patapsco R. 



E B Lme 
Basin 
do 
Light 

N W Branch 
Patapsco R. 
Schroeder 
E B Line 
Patapsco R. 
E B Line 
Patapsco R. 
N W Branch 





STREETS. 




Kelso from 


I Middle Branch to Patapsco R 


Kent 


James 


Gwinn's Falls 


Lancaster 


E Falls avenue 


E B Line 


Lanvalo 


W B Line 


do 


Laurens 


Pennsylvania av. 


Grundy 


Lawrence 


Patapsco R. 


N W Branch 


Leadenhall 


Lit. Montgomery 


Middle Branch 


Lee 


Cove 


Light St wharf 


Lucerne 


N VV Branch 


N B Line 


Lexing^ton 


W B Line 


North 


Liberty 


Mulberry 


S Howard 


Light 


Baltimore 


Ostend 


Locust 


B Market Sp. wf 


Union wharf 


Lombard 


S Cove 


Hanover 


Lorman 


W B Line 


Cove 


Low 


E Falls avenue 


Aisquith 


Lowman 


Patapsco R. 


N W Branch 


Lloyd 


E Baltimore 


Granby 


Ludlow 


Lawrence 


N W Branch 


M'Clellan 


W Baltimore 


W Fayette 


M'Comas 


Middle Branch 


Patapsco R. 


M'Culloh 


W Biddle 


Gold ^ 


M'Elderry Great 


Hospital Square 


E B Line 


M<Elde:ry Little 


Aisquith 


Hospital square 


M'Henry 


W B Line 


Cove 


M'Kim 


Madison 


N B Line 


M'Mechin 


Pennsylvania av. 


W Oliver 


Macdonough 


W B Line 


James 


Madison 


N B Line 


E B Line 


Magazine 


Webster 


N W Branch 


Manokin 


Janre? 


Gwinn's Falls 


Market 


N VV Branch 


N B Line 


Marshall 


Ostend 


Patapsco R. 


Martin 


Patapsco R. 


N W Branch 


Matthews 


S Calvert 


Grant 


Mercer 


Light 


S Calvert 


Merriott 


N W Branch 


N W Branch 


Mill 


E Pratt 


Basin 


Moale 


Middle Branch 


N W Branch 


Monroe 


James 


W B Line 


Montgomery GreaiHanover 


N VV Branch 


Montgomery Little S Eutaw 


Hanover 


Mount 


Macdonongh 


North West 


Monument 


Ross and Paca 


E B Line 


Monument Sq 


Enclosing the Baltimore Monument 


Mosher 


W B Line 


Elm 


Mott 


Ensor 


Low 


Moylan 


N Cove 


Pennsvlvania av 


Mullikm 


Canal 


Market 


Mulberry 


W B Line 


N Calvert 


Nan ti coke 


Gwinn's Falls 


Cross 


Neale 


N W Branch 


Patapsco R. 


Neighbour 


MKim 


Harford avenue 



STREETS. 



New from 

New Church 

Nicholson 

North 

North West 

Norfolk 

North avenue 

Oak 

Ogston 

Oliver 

Orchard , 

Orleans 

Ostend 

O'Donnell 

Paca 

Park 

Parkin 

Patapsco 

Patterson 

Patuxent 

Payson 

Pearl 

Penn 

Pe:.nsylvania av. 

Perry 

Philpot 

Pierce 

Pine 

Pitt 

Pinkney 

Pleasant Great 

Pleasant Little 

Plowman 

Point 

Portland 

Porter 

Potomac 

Potter 

Poppleton 

Pratt 

Presbury 

President 

Presstman 

Preston 

Prosser 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Race 

Ramsay 

Randall 

Read 

Reese 

Republican 



N I'aca 

N Sharp 

N W Branch 

E Baltimore 

W B Line 

Wells 

E B Line 

N B Line 

Franklin 

N B Line 

Pennsylvania av. 

Belle AirMSp 

Perry 

N W Branch 

Cove 

Richmond 

Lexington 

N W Branch 

E Pratt 

N W Branch 

James 

Pennsylvania av. 

German 

Franklin 

Middle Branch 

Point 

N Schroeder 

George 

K Falls avenue 

Canal 

N Charles 

Park 

High 

Dock 

S Cove 

Clagett 

N W Branch 

Frencli 

Ramsev 

W B Line 

do 
E Pratt 
^ B Line 
Pennsylvania av 
Patapsco R. 
Gwinn's Fails 
James 
S Charles 
W B Line 
Middle Branch 
Cathedral 
Clagett 
James 



to N Eutaw 

Crooked lane 
N W Branch 
N B Line 
North avenue 
Patapsco tl. 
W B Line 
W Federal 
Chats worth 
E B Line 
Madison 
N B Line 
N W Branch 
E B Line 
Monument 
N Liberty 
Cross 
N B Line 
Basin 
N B Line 

do 
W Baltimore 
Haw 

N B Line 
Cove 
Thames 
Pearl 
German 
E B Line 

do 
HoUldaJ 
N Charles 
E Falls avenue 
N W Branch 
Columbia 
N W Branch 
N B Line 
Pitt 

Franklin 
E B Line 
N Calhoun 
City Dock 
Garden 
John 

N W Branch 
W B Line 
Middle Branch 
Middle Branch 
Cove 
Webster 
North 

N W Branch 
Cooke 





STREETS. 




Reynolds from 


Patapsco R. io N W Branch 


Richardson 


do 


do 


Richmond 


W Biddle 


Cathedral 


Ridgely 


Middle Branch 


Cove 


River 


Ostend 


Clement 


Robert 


NCove 


Bolton 


Robinson 


Patapsco R. 


N W Branch 


Rock 


Fayette 


Saratoga 


Ross 


N Howard 


N B Line 


Russell 


Middle Branch 


Cove 


Rutledge 


W B Line 


Janre? 


Ruxton 


S Charles 


Light 


St Mary 


Pennsylvania av. 


W Madison 


St Paul 


W Baltimore 


N B Line 


St Peter 


Parkin 


Sterett 


Sadtler 


Warren 


Donaldson 


Salisbury 


High 


S Canal 


Sarah Ann 


N Cove 


Chats worth 


Saratoga 


\V B Line 


N Gay 


Sassefras 


Gvvinn's Falls 


Cross 


Scammel 


W B Line 


James 


Schroeder 


James 


Lanvale 


Scott 


HoHins 


West 


Second 


South 


Centre Market 


Severn 


Gwinn's Falls 


Scott 


S'jakspeare 


Bond 


Market 


Sharp 


LittlePleasant 


Middle Branch 


Short 


Jefferson 


Orleans 


Silver 


Canal 


Spring 


Smallwood 


Gwinn's Falls 


W B Line 


Smith 


Cove 


Pennsylvania av, 


South 


Baltimore 


Basin 


Spring 


City Dock 


N B Line 


Sterelt 


M'Henry 


Cove 


Stevenson 


Clagett 


N W Branch 


Stiles 


E Falls avenue 


S Canal 


Strieker 


James 


N Cidhoun 


Stirling 


Mott 


E Eagle 


Stockholm 


James 


Leadenhall 


Steuart 


Patapsco R. 


N W Branch 


Steuben 


W B Line 


N Gay 


Sullivtm 


«io 


James 


Suffolk 


Heath 


Patapsco R. 


Swan 


Centre Market 


W Falls avenue 


temple 


E Baltimore 


Pitt 


Tenant 


W B Line 


Cove 


Thames 


Philpot 


N W Branch 


Thompson 


W B Line 


Cove 


Toone 


N W Branch 


E B Line 


Towson 


Patapsco R. 


N W Branch 


Townsend 


W B Line 


E B Line 


Trinity 


Albemarle 


Exeter 


Truxton 


E Falls avenue 


Forest 



8 



LANES. 



Union from Pennsylvania av. 


Hoss 


Upton 


W Townsend 


Adams 


Vine 


NCove 


Run alley 


Valley 


Harford avenue 


N B Line 


VVaesche 


W Saratoga 


W Lexington 


Wallace 


Patapsco R. 


N W Branch 


Wansbeck 


James 


Mosher 


Walsh 


Moylan 


Biddle 


Warner 


Middle Branch 


Columbia 


Warreu 


Light 


N W Branch 


Warrington 


W B Line 


James 


Water 


Lighi 


S Canal 


Washington 


N W Branch 


N B Line 


Washington av. 


W Pratt 


Gwinn's Falls 


Washington Sq- 


Encl'g Washington Monument 


Ways 


Patapsco R. 


N W Branch 


Webster 


N W Branch 


Patapsco R. 


Wells 


Middle Branch 


Lawrence 


West 


Scott 


N W Branch 


Whetstone 


Lawrence 


do 


Wicomico 


Gwinn's Falls 


Scott 


William 


West 


Basin 


Wilks 


E Market Sp whf 


. E B Line 


Wills 


Dock 


N W Branch 


Wilson 


Pennsylvania av. 


Grundy 


Winchester 


W BLine 


Cove 


Wine 


S Charles 


Light 


Winder 


Middle Branch 


Clagett 


Wolfe 


N B Line 


Fell 


Wood 


South 


Bowly's wharf 


Wooster 


James 


Middle Branch 


York 


S Charles 


Johnson 


York avenue 


Monu't & Forest 
LANES. 


N B Line 


Bank 


N Charles 


N Calvert 


Beaufort 


N Calvert 


Courtland 


Beaurand 


St Paul 


Gravel alley 


Camden 


Camden 


Bottle alley 


Church 


W Saratoga 


St Paul 


Court House 


Monument SquareSt Paul 


Commerce 


Second 


E Water 


Crooked 


W Fayette 


W Lexington 


Dark 


St Paul 


N Calvert 


Eden 


NEden 


N Canal 


Elbow 


S Paca 


Cove 


Etna 


Harrison 


N Frederick 


Franklin 


E Water 


E Pratt 


French 


S Charles 


Light 


Hull 


Aisquith 


Forest 


Harmony 


N Cove 


Schroeder 





ALLEYS. 


9 


Long from Holland U 


) Short alley 


Lovely 


S Calvert 


South 


Lunn's 


SPaca 


Conway 


Maiden 


Aisqnilh 


East 


Market 


W Baltimore 


Mulberry 


Park 


N Green 


Republican 


Russell 


Canal 


Eden 


Smith 


Smith's wharf 
ALLEYS. 


Buchanan's wharf 


Ack worth 


Adams 


Gwinn's Falls 


Addison 


N R Line 


Steuben 


Allison 


E Pratt 


Basin 


Apple 


N B Line 


Shakspeare 


Argyle 


do 


Lancaster 


Baker 


NB Line 


Bloom 


Barlow 


Gwinn's Falls 


Cross 


Baxter 


NB Line 


N W Branch 


Bedford 


Camden 


Peace allev 


Bell 


Davis 


North 


Beven 


Henrietta 


Hamburg 


Biddle 


Ross 


Biddle 


Blackberry 


M'Donough 


Gwinn's Falls 


Bland 


Gwinn's Falls 


Stockholm 


Bottle 


COVG 


Hanover Market 


Bouldin 


Cumberland 


W Lanvale 


Bower 


N B Line 


N W Branch 


Bradford 


E Townsend 


Hudson 


Breidebaugh 


E Saratoga 


W Falls avenue 


Brewer 


Lanvale 


W Hoffman 


Brice 


Lorman 


Herkimer 


Bruce 


N B Line 


Warrington 


Burgundy 


Gwinn's Falls 


Lunn's Lane 


Busy 


S Eutaw 


S Charles 


Callender 


W Baltimore 


Columbia 


Carpenter 


Cove 


S Howard 


Carter 


N B Line 


E Hoffman 


Castle 


N B Line 


Fleet 


Cathedral 


N Charles 


Cathedral 


Cecil 


Middle Branch 


Litt. Montgomery 


Cedar 


W Hoffman 


Preston 


Centre 


Favette 


Dutch alley 


Chamberlain 


N Eutaw 


Eager alley 


Chapel 


Mulberry 


Little Pleasant 


Cherry 


W Biddle 


E Eager 


Chesapeake 


N B Line 


NW Branch 


Chestnut 


Cove 


Middle Branch 


China 


Middle Branch 


Lee 


Christopher alley 


S Charles 


Great Race 


Claret 


Cove 


Middle Branc h 



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ALLEYS. 


Clarkson fromWest to 


Cagett 


Adams 


College 


Mulberry 


Cowpen 


N Liberty 


Creek 


Hamburg 


Cross 


N Green 


Curtis 


Thompson 


Cider 


Penn 


Cypress 


Lombard 


Dawson 


Goodloe 


Dexter 


Gwinn's Falls 


Dewberry 


Winchester 


Dickson 


W Mosher 


Dove 


N B Line 


Duncan 


N B Line 


Dutch 


NPaca 


Eager 


Franklin 


Exchange 


Water 


Falls 


N B Line 


Fleet 


Hammond's alley 


French 


French lane 


Forest 


W Baltimore 


Foster 


Wilson 


Glover 


N B Line 


Gillingham 


S Howard 


Goldsmith 


N B Line 


Goodman 


West 


Goodwin 


N Sharp 


Gravel 


W Saratoga 


Granville 


N B Line 


Grocers' 


Robert 


Halfmoon 


Potter 


Hammond 


Garoline 


Hanson 


Gwinn's Falls 


Happy 


N B Line 


Hargrove. 


do 


Hart ways • 


W Baltimore 


High 


Aisquith 


Hoi brook 


N B Line 


Holland 


do 


Hoi tins 


W Townsend 


Hollingsworth 


W Pratt 


Homespun 


Cove 


Hope 


Warren 


Hudson 


N B Line 


Hunter 


. do 


Jenkins 


Laurens 


Jbrdon 


Presstman 


Kimmell 


W Lexington 


Latrobe 


Gwinn's Falls 



Middle Branch 

Franklin 

W Saratoga 

N Eutaw 

Middle Branch 

N Paca 

Franklin 

S Howard 

Bottle alley 

St Peter 

Cross 

Cole 

W Lanvale 

W Townsend 

N W Branch 

N Liberty 

Saratoga 

Stable alley 

E John 

City Dock 

Wine alley 

Gwinn's Falls 

W Biddle 

N W Branch 

Lombard 

Scammel 

Middle Branch 

Crooked lane 

Franklin 

E Federal 

Moylan 

Forest 

Spring 

Cross 

Lancaster 

Franklin 

Little German 

Canal 

E Biddle 

E Eagle 

Ramsey 

Matthews 

S Sharp 

Hamburgh 

W John 

Read 

W Biddle 

do 
Wagon alley 
Scott 





ALLEYS. 


11 


Lerew's from 


\ W Saratoga to Richmond 


Liberty 


E Madison 


Beuren 


Light 


Light 


Grant 


Livery 


Front 


E Falls avenue 


Liverpool 


Camden 


Peace 


Long 


Ross 


Lexington 


Lovegrove 


N B Line 


W Madison 


Lumber 


Rowley 


Wilk 


Mason 


Robert 


W Biddle 


Madeira 


N B Line 


N W Branch 


Meeting-house 


E Eutaw 


Long alley 


Mill-house 


Front 


E Falls avenue 


Moore 


Pennsylvania av. 


W Madison 


Morris 


Bloom 


W Biddle 


Morton 


W Madison 


N B Line 


M'Henry 


Hollins 


St Peter 


Necessity 


High 


Potter 


Norris 


Presstman 


Rutledge 


Orbel 


N B Line 


E Eager 


Orange 


North 


N Gay 


Parrish 


Baker 


Chatham 


Patapsco 


Henrietta 


Middle Branch 


Peace 


Lunn'slane 


Light St wharf 


Peach 


Middle Branch 


Lilt. Montgomery 


Pinkney 


Gwinn's Falls 


Cross 


Plover 


Centre 


Richmond 


Plum 


Middle Branch 


Litt. Montgomery 


Port 


N B Line 


N W Branch 


Primrose 


S Charles 


Light 


Proctor 


N B Line 


E Chase 


Rose 


N B Line 


N W Branch 


Run 


Saratoga 


Park lane 


Russell 


Gwinn's Falls 


Cross 


Rutter 


M'Mechen 


Dolphin 


St Peter 


Parkin 


Sterett 


Shields 


Chatsworth Mkt. 


W Biddle 


Short 


Short 


Can%l 


Slemmer 


Granby 


VVilks 


Smith 


SGay 


S Frederick 


Somerset 


E John 


E Madison 


Stable 


E Pratt 


Water 


Strange 


M'Clellan 


N Charles 


Star 


N B Line 


Fleet 


Sterett 


Sterett 


Scott 


Stockton 


Presstman 


Eagle 


Stoddart 


Gold 


W Biddle 


Strawberry 
Sugar 


N B Line 
Hanover 


Dock 

N W Br-^^^ 


Tripolet 


E Baltimore 


rath°^^> 


Tyson 


N Howard 



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WHARVES. 



Union from 

Uhler 

Vincent 

Vulcan called ? 

New Church si. S 

V^^alnut 

Wagon 

Welcome 

Wilrnor 

W^illiamson 

Wine 

Wood 

Woodyear 



Canal 

Hanover 

Pressbury 

N Sharp 

Preston 
N Eutaw 
Warner 
Chats worth 
Hanover 
Light 
Adams 
N West 



to Strawberry alley 
- S Charles 
Sulhvan 

Crooked lane 

Preston 
IN Liberty 
Light St wharf 
Mkt. George 
Light 
Wine 
George 
Macdonongh 



WHARVES. 



Belt's hdweenAxin 

Bowly's JromE Pratt 
Buchanan's Do 

Burke's fee/zrcc/z Market 
Canal st E&cwyr. Wilk's 
Chase's 6e/w.'eenThame3 
City Around City Dock 
Cordery's hetiveeriS\''\\\i*s> 
Craig & Barron's Thames 



Custis's 
. Despaux's 
Donnell's 
Gibsons 
Jackson's 
Kerr's 
Lee St 
Light do 
Market do 



Lancaster 
Point 
Ann 
Do 

Thames 
Bond 
/ro;7iLight 
W Pratt 



and Fell 
^oSouth 
Basin 
mirfAnn 

<oCity Dock 
cnc/Bond 

fiwc/Thames 
Lancaster 
Alice Anna 
Will's 
Fell 
Do 
Bond 
Market 
^oJohnson 
Lee 



Lower end Market st 

Basin 



Market sp e & wE Pratt 
Mezick's 6c<z6'ccwMarket andknn 

O' Donnell's Y>omPratt ^t>Basin 

Patterson's Block Point 

Pratt street Light 

Price's bctwceiiPs^iwi 
Do Fell 

Ramsay's Thames 

^Sheppard's Bond 

'o»?E Pratt 
Do 

Bowly's wharf 
hctween^l^xkei 
fruiii\N\\k's 




SoiJ 

Tena- 
Uniou 
Walers's 
Will's st 



Franklin lane 
anr/Fell 

Thames 
cr7ic?Bond 

Market 
foBasin 

Do 

M'Clure's Dock 

Ann 

Basin 

Thames 



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Lower end Wills street 



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